Disability Insurance for Engineers

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As an engineer, you fall into the best risk category from more insurance carriers which means you can obtain an individual disability insurance policy at the best available rates.

When requesting a quote comparison, make sure to disclose if you are a member of an association as there may be available discounts.

Some companies offer a select discount for engineers as well.

The following categories of engineers qualify for the best available risk class:

  • 1 Chemical engineering
  • 2 Civil engineering
  • 3 Electrical engineering
  • 4 Mechanical engineering
  • 5 Systems engineering
  • 6 Interdisciplinary

 

Biomolecular engineering
Materials engineering
  • Metallurgical engineering
  • Ceramic engineering
  • Polymer engineering
  • Crystal engineering
Molecular engineering
Process engineering
  • Petroleum refinery engineering
  • Plastics engineering Paper engineering
Environmental engineering
  • Ecological engineering
  • Fire protection engineering
  • Sanitary engineering
  • Municipal or urban engineeringhydraulics, etc.
Geological engineering
Structural engineering
  • Earthquake engineering
  • Wind engineering,
  • Architectural engineering
  • Ocean engineering,
Transport engineering
  • Traffic engineering,
  • Highway engineering
  • Railway systems engineering
Water resources engineering
  • Hydraulic engineering,
  • River engineering
  • Coastal engineering,
  • Groundwater engineering

 

Computer engineering
  • Software engineering:
  • Hardware engineering:
  • Network engineering
Electronic engineering
  • Control engineering, Telecommunications engineering
Optical engineering
Power engineering
Acoustical engineering
Manufacturing engineering
Thermal engineering
Vehicle engineering
  • Automotive engineering, Naval architecture
Aerospace engineering
  • Aeronautics
  • Astronautics,
Agricultural engineering
  • Bioprocess engineering
  • Food engineering
  • Aquaculture engineering
Applied engineering
  • Automation/control systems/mechatronics/robotics
  • Computer-aided drawing and design (CADD)
  • Construction
  • Electronics
  • General
  • Graphics
  • Manufacturing
  • Nanotechnology
Biological engineering
  • Biomedical engineering
  • Genetic engineering,
  • Biochemical engineering, Tissue engineering
  • Protein engineering,
Building services engineering
  • Mechanical engineering,
    • HVAC: heating, ventilation and air conditioning
    • Refrigeration
    • Plumbing or public health (MEP) engineering: Water services, drainage and plumbing
    • Electrical engineering,
      • Artificial lighting and emergency lighting,
      • ICT:
      • Low voltage (LV)
      • Security, CCTV, and alarm systems
    • Vertical transportation: escalators and lifts
    • Fire engineering, including fire detection and fire protection
    • Natural lighting design
    • Building facades engineering
    • Energy supply – gas, electricity and renewable sources
Energy engineering
  • Solar engineering,
  • Wind engineering,
Industrial engineering
  • Manufacturing engineering,.
  • Component engineering,
  • Systems engineering,
  • Construction engineering,
  •  Textile engineering
  • Safety engineering,
  • Reliability engineering, optimising asset maintenance to minimise whole of life cost
Mechatronics
  • Robotics
  • Instrumentation engineering
  • Avionics
Nanoengineering
Nuclear engineering
Petroleum engineering
  • Reservoir engineering,
  • Drilling engineering,
  • Production engineering,

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