Webinars

In addition to informative presentations from knowledgeable risk management professionals, PRIMA webinars often include handouts, participant polls, and 30 minutes of live Q&A.
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Take advantage of the opportunity for virtual learning whether you are alone or in the company of your colleagues!
Click here to view the 2021 PRIMA Webinar Series brochure.
Webinars are FREE for PRIMA members, $125 for non-member registrants

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Age Diversity – Multiple Generations in the Workplace

Effective communication is essential when leading multiple generations in an organization. Attendees will learn techniques to best serve a diverse age population.

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The Importance of Enterprise Risk Management in a COVID-19 Environment

The global pandemic has exposed how business, security, and technology risks converge in a way that creates broader systemic risk.

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Should a Captive Be in Your Future?

Captive insurance companies are becoming more common among Universities and Special Districts and have potential for cities and counties. Captives are not just a different form of self-insurance, but the creation and operating of your own insurance company – an insurance company with the flexibility to meet your specific coverage needs.

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Driving a Risk Management Program for Your Public Fleet Operations

In providing uninterrupted services 24/7, a public entity’s fleet contains a variety of motor vehicles, many of which create unique liability exposures requiring special controls and driver training.

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The Secrets Behind Successful OCIPs

What are the secrets behind successful Owner Controlled Insurance Programs (OCIPs)? In this hot construction market, OCIPs offer public entities, schools, and colleges a better method of controlling construction costs and improving project outcomes.

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#YouToo: Lifecycle of a Sexual Misconduct Claim

The #MeToo movement has resulted in increasing sexual misconduct claims against perpetrators and the public entities (#YouToo) for whom they work or volunteer.

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Creating a Culture of Emergency Preparedness

The question for most schools is not if a disaster will happen to them, but when. Being prepared for a disaster, be it an act of violence, natural disaster, or something else, before it strikes can help mitigate both losses and trauma.

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Wake Up and Win!

A dynamic and engaging presentation designed to teach you how to pursue your work whole-heartedly and challenge you to stretch both as a leader and team-member.

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Care and Program Considerations for Underrepresented Populations

Today’s workforce is more dynamic than ever before. In the public risk arena population segments such as first responders require a unique understanding and approach.

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