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Staff Using Matterport Cameras - Equipment Release19612

US Building
Survey, LLC
Olathe, Kansas
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This is business question related to providing virtual tours...

I have some "staff" (contact employees) helping me provide virtual tours. Currently, I'm just letting them take the camera/tri-pod out and do the tours.

I've started having some concerns about this...because I'm sure I'm more cafeful with that equipment than anyone else helping me out.

Does anyone do this type of thing? Do you have insurance on the equipment of give those contact employees an "equipment release" before letting them use it?

Any advice is helpful. Thanks.
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My employees use company provided pro2's, pro3's, iguides, etc. and I have only had a few issues. They are insured and I am insured so first we go through their insurance and my insurance covers anything their's doesn't. We also rent out pro3s to people all over and not really had any issues there. I'd recommend having your staff get insurance that covers the value of the equipment they are borrowing/renting. I'd also suggest you do the same.

Tom Sparks Scan Your Space (a Division of Sparks Media Group) Founder and CEO Tom Sparks |
www.ScanYourSpace.com | www.SparksMediaGroup.com
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US Building
Survey, LLC
Olathe, Kansas
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@ScanYourSpace Thanks Tom

That’s exactly what I’m talking about. I assumed insurance was sorta a must. I’m also assuming you train people how to use the cameras…but you don’t make them sign anything accepting responsibility, etc?
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I have tutorial videos on my youtube channel and have also trained everyone who uses them. I do include verbiage in my rental agreements where the renter accepts responsibility for damage and in my employee agreement it also mentions the same.

Tom
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