Jubilee Insurance is pleased to announce the presentation of Jubilee RiskPro Module 8 – “Identifying your exposures and Assessing your Risks”, to be held this September and October at 5 locations throughout the Province.

In response to member feedback, and after a thorough review of recent claims activity, the new RiskPro 8 Training Module will assist members to learn to identify their exposures and assess their risks and those of their Additional Named Insureds (ANI’s). RiskPro 8 will begin the process of assisting our members to create their own Risk Management Program by providing the framework, structure and tools to do so.

The goal of this workshop is to help our members to begin to implement a Risk Management Program. We hope to accomplish this by taking a step back and reviewing many of the important elements from RiskPro 1 – 7.  We will then update our members on what we have learned from a thorough review of our claims data and provide tools to assist them to better manage their risks and reduce their exposures.

As in previous years, RiskPro 8 will deal with both property and liability exposures, however this year we will discuss property and liability issues as they relate to:

  • Facilities
  • Roads & Signage
  • Operations
  • Auto
  • E & O
  • Equipment,
  • Parks and Recreation
  • Extreme weather events

RiskPro 8 begins where RiskPro 7 left off. We endeavor to assist our members to implement systems to help them to identify and evaluate their risks, and then to create risk mitigation strategies to address those risks. 

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

In addition to CAOs and Senior Administrators, this year we will recommend that each municipality send individuals who are responsible for the following departments to the workshop:

  • Insurance & Risk Management,
  • Facility Maintenance
  • Fleet & Equipment Operations
  • Health & Safety
  • Parks and Recreation

Successfully implementing a risk management program requires the buy in of the entire organization, especially that of the CAO, Senior Administrators and Management. 

For questions or more information about Risk Pro 8 please contact:

Dayna Johnson

Risk Management Advisor
780.955.8408
dayna@aamdc.com

 

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