Virtual Enterprise Risk Management Training (Module 6-8)

PRIMA offers a virtual four-day Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) training designed according to the ERM international standard, ISO 31000. PRIMA’s ERM faculty are subject matter experts who will teach attendees how to establish long-term enterprise-wide resiliency in public entities.

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Cultivating Relationships to Enhance a Culture of Safety

This webinar will present methods to develop relationships to enhance a culture of safety across your organization to foster employee engagement and trust while also preventing and mitigating employee injuries.

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How do you relate to co-workers with varying work environments and operations? How do you lead to infuse a culture of safety and trust? Do your employees view you and your safety experts as the “safety police” looking to bust bad actors? This webinar will present methods to develop relationships to enhance a culture of safety across your organization to foster employee engagement and trust while also preventing and mitigating employee injuries.

Attendee Takeaways:

  1. Understand the value and opportunity in leading with a culture of safety
  2. Identify the benefits of taking the show on the road to engage employees in their work environments
  3. Identify the benefits of taking the show on the road to engage employees in their work environments
  4. Understand how to be a resource to your organization, developing trust that benefits colleagues’ wellbeing and creates significant savings for your workers’ compensation program

Virtual- Enterprise Risk Management Training (Module 4-5)

PRIMA offers a virtual four-day Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) training designed according to the ERM international standard, ISO 31000. PRIMA’s ERM faculty are subject matter experts who will teach attendees how to establish long-term enterprise-wide resiliency in public entities.

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Virtual- Enterprise Risk Management Training (Module 3)

PRIMA offers a virtual four-day Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) training designed according to the ERM international standard, ISO 31000. PRIMA’s ERM faculty are subject matter experts who will teach attendees how to establish long-term enterprise-wide resiliency in public entities.

You are now being redirected to the Enterprise Risk Management Training page.

Virtual- Enterprise Risk Management Training (Module 1-2)

PRIMA offers a virtual four-day Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) training designed according to the ERM international standard, ISO 31000. PRIMA’s ERM faculty are subject matter experts who will teach attendees how to establish long-term enterprise-wide resiliency in public entities.

You are now being redirected to the Enterprise Risk Management Training page.

PRIMA Leadership Academy

The PRIMA Leadership Academy (PLA) is an adaptive thought leadership program designed to equip public risk management professionals with the necessary skillset to effectively lead others while implementing innovative solutions to complex challenges within the public risk management profession.

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Developed according to PRIMA’s core competencies, the PLA curriculum will teach attendees how to leverage an
adaptive leadership framework, built at Harvard’s Kennedy School, to address the demands of personal leadership
within public entities.

Guardian vs. Warrior Mentality in Law Enforcement: Re-evaluating Training

This webinar will discuss how current law enforcement training philosophies may contribute to a warrior mentality.

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Creating stronger human connections and community engagement are essential elements of the law enforcement profession. This webinar will discuss how current law enforcement training philosophies may contribute to a warrior mentality. The warrior mentality can prevent efforts to improve public perceptions of police legitimacy.

Attendee Takeaways:

  1. Current state of law enforcement training
  2. Understanding the importance of police legitimacy
  3. What can be done to mitigate the warrior mindset

Lessons Learned on Web and Digital Access for Customers with Disabilities

The discussion will focus on general guidance to improve web and digital experiences for end-users, rather than how to code a website for accessibility.

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What are the common barriers on websites and electronic documents that discourage (and sometimes stop) people with disabilities from accessing information or completing an online task? Two members of the University of
Washington’s Accessible Design and Innovative Inclusion team will share what they have learned from years of
providing accessibility reviews for private businesses and state and local governments. The discussion will focus on general guidance to improve web and digital experiences for end-users, rather than how to code a website
for accessibility.

ATTENDEE TAKEAWAYS:

1. Give 3 examples of issues that can impede access and usability of websites and digital products

2. Briefly describe the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Title II of the ADA and how website and digital access fits into the ADA

3. Give 3 national resources that can assist state and local government agencies to learn more about their ADA  responsibilities, including website and digital access requirements and guidance.

Preparing for the Unspeakable

This webinar is designed to assist with the process of developing action plans for workplace violence and active shooter incidents.

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This webinar is designed to assist with the process of developing action plans for workplace violence and active shooter incidents. OSHA/PEOSH requires public entities to prepare for known hazards. Workplace violence is a known hazard, the loss of life, the number of serious injuries and the mental health tragedies that are caused by these incidents are reasonably foreseeable. Planning and preparation are key elements to mitigating these types of risks.

Attendee Takeaways:

1. Identify and understand the threat of workplace violence
2. Identify best business practices
3. Develop a plan of action based on the uniqueness of your workplace and facilities