We are one of the world's leading insurance groups providing products and services in over 140 countries.
With a 300 year heritage, RSA is one of the world’s leading multinational quoted insurance groups.
We have major operations in the UK, Scandinavia, Canada and Ireland.
Focusing on general insurance, we have around 19,000 employees and, in 2014, our net written premiums were £7.5 billion.
The most rewarding conversations in life are ones where all participants feel comfortable expressing diverse points of view and asking questions in an open and safe environment. It is exactly this kind of environment that we aim to nurture with RSA’s social media profiles and discussion forums.
We strive to publish information, comments and opinions that are thought-provoking, helpful, constructive, relevant and above all, respectful to everyone who may see or hear them.
We ask the same of anyone who visits and contributes to our social media timelines and online forums.
We reserve the right to moderate content published on our social media timelines and online forums. This may include deleting contributions that don’t adhere to the standards of behaviour we’ve outlined below, either to the letter or in spirit. We also reserve the right to take further action at our discretion against offensive behaviour.
1. We welcome debate and different points of view, but personal attacks, abuse or harassment of any kind, obscene, threatening or invasive material won’t be tolerated and will be deleted. Where contributions state facts, they must be accurate; where they state opinions, they must be genuinely held.
2. We will not tolerate sexism, racism, homophobia or other forms of prejudice. Any posts that could be interpreted as such will be deleted.
3. We acknowledge well-founded criticism of RSA, but we won’t permit misrepresentation of our companies or our employees.
4. We will remove posts that we believe could be breaking the law including content that is potentially defamatory (whether of an individual or company) or that is in potential breach