Ulster Project

...Of Massillon/Canton, Ohio


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Reply FrankKic
11:47 PM on August 10, 2018 
What do you think about it?
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Reply Wesleynug
10:53 AM on July 28, 2018 
Reply JamisonDop
9:21 PM on December 24, 2017 
Shops that require protection for high risk goods held on the premises will usually need to declare the total values of each stock item. High risk shop stock and goods are those that attract thieves and are expensive to replace. Examples of high risk stock items are electronic equipment, cigarettes, and tobacco, designer clothing, computers and digital equipment, software, computer games and consoles, drugs pharmacy and medicines, watches and jewellery, mobile phones and radios, photographic equipment, power tools, TVs, DVDs, CDs and Wines and Spirits.

If your shop has high risk stock you can reduce the cost of your premiums by having adequate security in place. This includes an insurance company approved burglar and fire alarm, window grills, shutters and bars, CCTV and sprinklers. Many shop insurers will only offer stock cover if the minimum levels of security are in place for all shops, regardless of the stock contents held. A lot of insurers may offer further large discounts to the premium if the shop owner lives on or above the premises and is there at night.

Shops by their very nature deal with members of the public and a good insurance policy will usually contain liability cover as standard. This should include Public Liability of up to ?2,000,000 for any one claim by a member of the public who may suffer loss or injury visiting the shop.

If you employ staff all policies will offer Employers Liability cover of up to ?10,000,000 one event and because shops sell goods and services, Products Liability cover of ?2,000,000 for any one period of insurance.

Reply Adam Haynam
10:57 PM on July 23, 2015 
looking to get in touch with Barry Taylor from'84 also anyone from the '86 project
Reply Stephanie (Malich) Wolf '90
7:31 PM on October 29, 2014 
I was a host teen in 1990 to Grainne Gillen - we've stayed in touch & I'm so grateful! For anyone from 1990's UP we have a Facebook Group, "Ulster Project 1990". We've found a few, but still many, many more to reconnect with! Good luck to all future participants - the memories truly last a lifetime!
Reply Keith Wesley
9:58 PM on July 11, 2014 
Anyone here from the 1983 group?
Reply Emma (little) Lawless
1:01 PM on January 7, 2014 
So it's been a long time since I did the project (20!!!)
Still remember it fondly and wish I could see the video they made of our video... Took lots of photos of my group that where then used as the official ones used to introduce project...
Anyway.. Thinking of writing a film script based on experience, a nostalgia film set in 1990s if anyone has any strong memories they'd like to share to add to my own please do do.
For those that may remember me yes I did end up making my career in the arts.. Think you all figured I would. Anyway peace and warm fuzzies

Emma x
Reply Patrick Michael McEldowney
11:26 PM on December 24, 2013 
Merry Christmas peace on earth!
Reply Paul Lynas
6:33 AM on November 6, 2013 
Just a big Shout out to all the ulster project alumni. I was there in 2001 and still say it was the best month of my life and Victors very first year. Hows that leg mate haha.
Reply Mary McCaughley
10:04 AM on November 27, 2011 
Hey Don,

just watched the video from 2002! It brings back a lot of memories! Where does the time go? Well Pat i guess we have all grown up a lot! But we do look really young! lol Time flys, feeels like yesterday i was there as a teen then as a councellor! Hope to see you all soon, missing you all lots.

:-) Mary