PRIMA Enterprise Risk Management Training
Day 1: November 29th (12pm – 2pm ET)
Day 2: December 1st (12pm – 1:30pm ET)
Day 3: December 5th (12pm – 2pm ET)
Day 4: December 7th (12pm – 2pm ET)
PRIMA in collaboration with URMIA, teaches public entities how to strategically manage risks by creating an organizational understanding of risks and interdependencies, using the ISO 31000 standard.
PRIMA's goal is to equip attendees with the knowledge, skills and ability to effectively measure performance, reduce cost, mitigate exposures and exceed organizational goals. Participants engage in hands-on group learning, timely ERM case studies and valuable dialogue with their peers and ERM training instructors. The desired outcome is to establish long-term enterprise-wide resiliency in public entities.
PRIMA's ERM Training is a cohort, not another conference! PRIMA's ERM training never stops, alumni have ongoing access to the members of their cohort and PRIMA's ERM Faculty.
Active Shooter: Prevention and Preparedness
In response to more recent incidents, this session will bring attendees up-to-date on pertinent developments regarding active shooter preparedness.
Shots fired! The specter of an active shooter incident is one of the top issues that causes administrators to lose sleep. Years ago, schools adopted lockdown procedures designed to delay the shooter’s access to students and staff until law enforcement officers could affect the situation. In response to more recent incidents, this session will bring attendees up-to-date on pertinent developments regarding active shooter preparedness.
1. Attendees will learn about ways to improve emergency preparedness.
2. Attendees will receive helpful web-based resources.
3. Attendees will be informed about specific and current active shooter protocols.
Risk Management in a Time of Volatile Insurance Markets and Ever Increasing Natural Disasters
This presentation will review examples of recent disasters that had a significant impact on the insurance marketplace.
This presentation will review examples of recent disasters that had a significant impact on the insurance marketplace. Some are natural and others are geo-political. Also up for discussion will be major commercial lines of coverage and trends in each line, providing a connection from disasters to influences.
1. Identify trends in various lines of commercial insurance
2. Understand influences behind the trends
PRIMA Institute 2022
PRIMA Institute 2022 or PI22 is the industry’s premier educational event for new or seasoned risk managers.
PRIMA Institute (PI) is the premier educational program for new and seasoned risk professionals who seek to learn more about emerging trends, best practices and gain insight into current management techniques.
Risk Owners: Who, How and What Do They Do?
The selection and training of risk owners is critical to managing risks across your organization. How do you get the right people on board?
The selection and training of risk owners is critical to managing risks across your organization. How do you get the right people on board? What training is most effective and how do you communicate expectations and establish accountability? These are the burning questions attendees will focus on during this webinar.
1. Understand the important role that risk owners play
2. Learn how to identify, engage and train risk owners
3. Consider key issues, such as accountability and reporting
4. Learn from the mistakes and good examples of peers
Confessions of a Traveling Zombie: Four Tools to Navigate to Great Human Performance
The speaker for this session will share lessons from his adventures of traveling over 60-70 trips a year, which includes some of his mistakes and some of his observations.
Have you ever stopped and watched what goes on around you in your surroundings? Whether it occurs in your neighborhood, at the airport or at a local sporting event, it’s bound to happen soon. People walking around like zombies. Everywhere! People wondering around aimlessly. People walking around and staring at their phones while they move with zero purpose. Zombies. The speaker for this session will share lessons from his adventures of traveling over 60-70 trips a year, which includes some of his mistakes and some of his observations. Some of what will be shared could have ultimately been fatal if the circumstances were right. Finally, the speaker will provide four tools to increase human performance and try to get rid of the zombie-like mindset much of us have adopted.
1. Understand that no-one really is a zombie, but we all make zombie-like moves
2. Gain insight into why sharing mistakes is more important than hearing them
3. Become equipped with four tools to navigate poor human performance
Risk Management’s Role in Addressing the Insider Threat Security Risk
This presentation will provide attendees with the weapons to tackle security hazards set in motion by those behind the curtain.
While organizations maintain many layers of controls to prevent outsiders from gaining unauthorized access to cause loss or harm, persons who have been granted legitimate access can become an "insider threat" and, because they are very difficult to detect, cause over $100 billion in losses annually. This presentation will provide attendees with the weapons to tackle security hazards set in motion by those behind the curtain.
1. Identify insider threat risks
2. Recognize risk factors
3. Enable some interventions to address the vulnerability
You Have Insurance but Do You Have Coverage?: Emphasis on Exclusions and Coverage Gaps
In this presentation, attendees will learn how to interpret the language that lies within their coverage policy and how their coverage could be affected
In this presentation, attendees will learn how to interpret the language that lies within their coverage policy and how their coverage could be affected. Also up for discussion are negotiation methods that will aid in garnering better claim outcomes. Attendees will walk away with the presence of mind to choose the coverage that is ideal for their entity.
1. Learn how to read your policy
2. Understand how coverage is impacted
3. Negotiate towards better claim outcomes
4. Replace the carrier if possible