Risk Pro Sessions

In light of the significant increases in extreme weather related losses and after a thorough review of our programs losses in general , the new RiskPro 7 Training Module has been created to assist members to identify, manage and mitigate the Property and Liability Risks attributed to extreme weather events, while also addressing the importance of regular property inspections and maintenance for both municipal facilities and those owned by additional named insureds if extreme weather is not considered the greatest threat in your individual area. Attendance should assist your team in reducing both insured and uninsured losses.

The usual RiskPro audit format will be applied so that members will have the ensuing six months to complete any Audit Requirements before (any of) their Policies are due to renew in the following year.

The sessions will be offered at five locations throughout the province in October 2014. In addition to Senior Administrators, Risk Coordinators, Facility Managers and Health and Safety personnel, we recommend that Public Works/Roads Supervisors should consider the sessions.

The workshops will be held on the following dates in the following cities:

  • Airdrie
  • Lethbridge
  • Grande Prairie
  • Spruce Grove/Stony Plain
  • County of Minburn

We will be sending out invitations to the workshops the third week of August, which will include more details of workshop locations and dates, as well as a detailed agenda outlining the content of RiskPro 7.

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