Jubilee Insurance is pleased to announce the presentation of RiskPro 2017 to be held this September at three locations throughout the province.

  • Calgary: September 21/22, 2017 – Grey Eagle Casino
  • Grande Prairie: September 25/26, 2017 – ENTREC Center, Evergreen Park
  • Leduc: September 28/29, 2017 – Executive Royal Inn

In response to overwhelming member feedback, we are once again offering two-day insurance and risk symposiums. The symposiums will benefit our municipal members as well as those from the Alberta Seniors Housing Association.

Once again our Claims Department has completed a thorough review of the program’s claims activity, and from this information we have fashioned the RiskPro 2017 program. It will provide education in both general insurance and risk management to assist our members as they continue to craft their own Risk Management Program by providing the framework, structure and tools to do so.

Offering simultaneous sessions allows us to offer a wider variety of content, that is applicable to more departments throughout your organization. This will allow us to continue the risk management training and in addition to revisit the fundamentals of insurance. One of our goals this year is to provide not only theoretical training but also practical tools that you can take back to your organization to help you to better manage your risks and reduce your exposures.

By offering simultaneous sessions RiskPro 2017 will deal with the following topics in separate sessions:

Day 1

  • Best practices for Insurance Contacts
  • Building your own Risk Management Program (ERM)
  • Cyber Security - A growing exposure
  • The importance of contracts and contract reviews; insurance requirements, indemnification & hold harmless clauses
  • Fire truck safety training & accident reconstruction
  • A review of our claims scenarios
  • Claims 101 - Liability – roads, slips trips & falls, occupier’s liability
  • Claims 201 - Incident reporting evidence, record keeping, what is needed for a good defense
  • Property Claims - Pre & Post loss protocols
  • Owner Controlled Insurance Program for Construction Projects
  • Waste management facility safety
  • Wrongful Dismissal and how to handle an aging workforce. 
  • Automobiles – An internal policy review
  • Networking Event & Dinner

Day 2

  • MGA – How the new changes affect you
  • The RFQ, RFP, Tendering stages and process

RiskPro 2017 begins where RiskPro 9 left off and will continue our efforts to assist our members to protect their assets and operations with the right insurance products. Our goal is to help our membership implement systems to identify and evaluate their risks, and create risk mitigation strategies to address those risks. 

Our members are already purchasing insurance products and practicing Risk Management every day. The intent of this symposium is NOT to add extra procedures, processes and costs to your municipality, rather it is designed to help you evaluate your insurance needs,  incorporate Risk Management into your current systems and start to formalize the processes that you already have in place.

We have developed several topics for varying roles within the organization. Many of these programs require support from the organization’s leadership for successfully implementing a risk management program. This year we will recommend that your organization have individuals representing these roles and departments participate:

  • Councilors
  • CAO
  • Directors
  • Managers
  • Insurance & Risk Management,
  • Facility Maintenance
  • Fleet & Equipment Operations
  • Health & Safety
  • Parks and Recreation
  • Fire Chiefs

Jubilee is excited to offer such tools in response to our member’s expressed needs. Our team looks forward to working with you at these workshops.

Our sessions will feature multiple guest speakers. Our finalized agenda and speaker’s biographies will be available on our website in July.

We understand these workshops are often a busy event, so to ensure everyone has the opportunity ask question one on one with Jubilee staff or presenters, I encourage everyone to attend the networking event and dinner on Day 1.

Download the registration form here.

For any questions, please contact Karen at karen@aamdc.com

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