Preparedness is the Key to Risk Reduction and Resilience
The session covers three case study examples of preparedness, response and recovery in Clark County, Nevada, and offers a number of tools and strategies for minimizing risk and maximizing resiliency that can be applied to any organization.
This session provides a framework for preparedness that can be used by the private sector, public sector and non-profit organizations to support the reduction of risk. This session demonstrates how investment in preparedness against both natural and man-made threats and hazards minimizes recovery time and expense, and promotes resilience strategies for both organizations and their employees. The session covers three case study examples of preparedness, response and recovery in Clark County, Nevada, and offers a number of tools and strategies for minimizing risk and maximizing resiliency that can be applied to any organization.
1. Lessons learned from Clark County, NV disaster preparedness, response and recovery
2. Tools for enhancing business preparedness and response capability
3. How emergency management, risk management and resiliency are inextricably linked
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: Managing the Opportunities, and Risk Associates with Positive Culture Change
Attendees will learn specific steps their organizations should take to improve their diversity and inclusion initiatives – internally, externally and within the track of upward mobility all while increasing access for diverse vendors.
The question every organization should ask: Why do some organizations build sustainable diversity programs and others don't (can't)? To move the needle from just diversity to true equity, organizations must evaluate how committed they are to equality and accountability. Lofty goals often don’t equate to sustained measurable results. This program offers a birds eye view of what it takes to build a sustained diversity program built around key performance indicators (KPIs). Attendees will learn specific steps their organizations should take to improve their diversity and inclusion initiatives – internally, externally and within the track of upward mobility all while increasing access for diverse vendors. Diversity is not just about employees – done right it is an enterprise wide initiative.
- Understanding the dynamics of your organization’s diversity initiatives - who wants it, who doesn't and how do you build a sustainable program.
- What are the key performance indicators for successful DEI programs?
- Ways to improve equity and commitment for everyone including vendors
- Why risk managers must have a seat at the DEI table - if you're not there what can happen to the organizations messaging
Occupational Physicals and Employee Wellness – Redirecting Costs
This presentation emphasizes investing in employee wellness and will inform attendees why occupational physicals have a lasting impact on organizational outcomes.
By offering a robust employee wellness and occupational physical program, you can detect health conditions early that save lives and reduce the overall cost of treating medical conditions that would have otherwise gone undetected until the disease has further progressed. If your employees feel like they are being invested in, they will see their workplace as a positive and engaging place to work, which affects overall health, productivity, employee retention and reduction of healthcare costs.
- Occupational health is more than just a checkmark to perform a job
- Relationships and building trust influences the dynamics of organizational well-being
- Investing in the upfront cost of physicals reduces long term serious health condition costs in future
Emerging Risk and Insurance
Our communities are a part of a global environment that is dynamically impacted by forces of nature, political climate, employee population, social media, constituency activity and government programming and mandates.
Identifying and measuring emerging risk as part of the totality of our risk financing mechanisms is difficult in the best of times. The insurance that follows may be costly depending upon our exposures and our loss ratios. The discussion will include balancing reality with global economic pressures as you plan your risk management programming for public entities.
- Learn how to identify global economic trends that may impact your risk programming
- Understand how community pressures impact emerging risk
- Capitalize on the relationship with your agent/broker to assist with managing emerging risk
- Differentiate between perceived reality and the paranoia of risk
Building a Peer Support Program
This presentation will explore the importance of a peer support program for firefighters while examining the importance of mental health education.
The presenters will work to reduce the stigma of a holistic approach to firefighter health. An explanation of how a peer support program is organized and utilized will be provided.
- Purpose of a peer support team
- The importance of mental health education
- The need for the reduction of stigma in the fire department
- Mental health resources that can be utilized
Leveraging Telehealth to Redefine Intake and Proactively Manage Care
Attendees will learn how intake can be bifurcated to address both care management in tandem with claims management.
See how to create a virtual occupational medicine clinic and learn about the impact to your patient population. There will be a discussion concerning differences in credentialing with telehealth and brick-and-mortar providers. Lastly, we will discuss chronic pain and how leveraging telehealth can help mitigate risk for this challenging subset of patients.
- Looking beyond just improving lag-time at intake and the benefits of a clinical front-end program
- Understanding credentialing standards and requirements for telehealth
- How predictive analytics and telehealth for proactive care can mitigate risk
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.
This presentation will explore how the Department of Homeland Security is advancing its approach to tracking and managing systemic risk to the Nation’s critical infrastructure and its impact on the broader public-private partnership to promote resilience amidst the pandemic.
ERM Beyond the Risk Assessment – Framework, Principles, and Integration
Though a risk assessment is generally the initial focus of implementing an enterprise risk management program, one of the most common mistakes that organizations make is that they fail to move beyond the risk assessment.
- Introduction to ISO 31000 Principles
- Overview of ISO 31000 Framework
- Tips on designing a sustainable model
- Examples for measuring performance over time