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Proactive and integrated communications

The guiding principle of the Triglav Group is comprehensive and active communication with all of its stakeholders. The focus is on fair and balanced two-way communication in order to ensure responsible dialogue with the environment.


The Triglav Group endeavours to answer questions from the media in a professional, precise and timely fashion. To this end, data are acquired from specialised departments of the Triglav Group. The time required to collect this information depends on the complexity of the question and the availability of the experts. Therefore journalists are kindly requested to take into account that their questions will be answered after 24 hours from the receipt of the question at the earliest (or the following working day in the case of bank holidays or non-working days) and within seven working days at the latest.

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Junction in Trimlini now safer thanks to COPS@road warning system

The Municipality of Lendava, in cooperation with Zavarovalnica Triglav and Aktivna Signalizacija Korun (A.s.K), has installed a COPS@road warning system at a junction in Trimlini. The system uses flashing lights to warn drivers that they are approaching the junction and alerts them to the presence of other road users. At today's symbolic inauguration, coinciding with the end of European Mobility Week, Lendava mayor Anton Balažek underlined that the system represents an important contribution to the safety of road users at this busy junction. More

Calmer traffic in the Municipality of Žalec

As part of its efforts to improve road safety, particularly for children – the most vulnerable road users, the Municipality of Žalec, in conjunction with traffic information systems specialists Sipronika and Zavarovalnica Triglav, has installed an MHP50 radar speed display in the vicinity of the Trje primary school/nursery school complex in Galicija. Pupils at the primary school were addressed by Rok Marguč – one of Slovenia's top snowboarders and a Zavarovalnica Triglav ambassador – and Barbara Slaček of disabled drivers movement "I still drive – but I don't walk". Traffic on the road between Velenje and Celje (the Velika Pirešica–Galicija section) will be safer from now on. The speed display is part of the nationwide project Calming Traffic Together, which will see 19 municipalities around Slovenia actively introducing traffic calming measures in the vicinity of schools and nurseries and along school routes, with the help of funding from Slovenia's biggest insurance company. Municipalities where these speed displays are already in place are already seeing an improvement in terms of traffic calming. More

Half the population of Slovenia lives in areas of highest seismic risk

Destructive earthquakes are a relatively rare phenomenon. But when they do occur, they cause enormous material damage and sow widespread panic. They also cause people to question whether enough warning was provided of the possibility of a powerful earthquake occurring in a given area, and whether appropriate measures were taken before such an earthquake occurred. For although it is impossible to forecast when an earthquake is going to happen, we are able to predict with considerable certainty where an earthquake may strike – and how powerful it might be. Powerful earthquakes are also possible in Slovenia. More