When Water Delivery Fails
Special Event Risk Management
Employee injuries have significant negative impact on each of our organizations. From medical expenses to lost time, incident investigations and the impacts of shifting the injured employees workload to other employees; and potentially increased workers’ compensation insurance premiums.
This presentation focuses on the best practices we can implement within our organizations to minimize the impacts of employee injuries, helping us be better prepared and more resilient if workplace injuries should occur.
Board Oversight of Key Risks
Many water organizations are in the process of completing significant capital projects. This includes constructing new facilities and the renovation and repurposing of existing facilities. These projects can bring significant risks to their owners, with subsequent damage to facilities and the legal liabilities stemming from third party liability claims.
In this presentation we review some of the best practices that can be implemented to mitigate the risks involved with these projects and how to implement strategies to streamline the cost and scope of builder’s risk insurance programs, enhancing the efficiency and effectiveness of your risk management programs.
Join us for an in-depth review of contract insurance requirements. In this webinar, we will review the basic insurance requirements to include in contracts with service providers or permitted users of facilities.
This includes requirements you may need to incorporate for high hazard activities, construction projects, use of public facilities, special events and other more routine operations.
A contractor’s insurance program is often the first line of defense to insulate you from claims that may arise in the course of their work; or activities performed by third parties on behalf of your agency. Establishing effective insurance requirements protects the interest of your organization, by assuring that risk is effectively transferred to and assumed by the responsible party.
We will also review how to evaluate the risk profile of a project and special circumstances to consider in setting insurance limit requirements, as well as how to verify compliance by evaluating certificates of insurance and associated policy endorsements.
Join us for a deep dive into workers' compensation medical costs, with Sean Biggs, Medical Director for Workmed Clinics at Intermountain Healthcare.
This webinar will highlight the factors that drive medical costs associated with workplace injuries, as well as review Intermountain Workmed’s Safety Sensitive Program, and how better managing first-aid only claims can drastically reduce the impact these claims have on an organization’s NCCI Experience Modifier Rate (EMR) or E-mod.