October/November/December Issue of Public Risk
In this issue, read about From the Brink of Extinction to Nuisance: How to Deal with Canada Geese Issues; Transforming Local Government Safety: Strategies for Fatal Risk Reduction; and Proactively Managing Risk in Adversity as Governance Undergoes Change.
July/August/September Issue of Public Risk
In this issue, read about Sean Catanese: Champion of Risk Management Awarded Public Risk Manager of the Year; A Risk Management Challenge: Imagining the Unimaginable; Maintaining Reliable Deliveries in Uncharted Waters: Equipment Breakdown; Ethical Responses to Allegations of Sexual Misconduct — Are you Prepared?; and Infectious Disease Prevention and Protection at the Workplace: How COVID-19 is Shaping Programs Going Forward.
January/February/March Issue of Public Risk
In this issue, read about Navigating the “New Normal” in Workers Comp: Rethinking Work and Automation; Get to Know David Parker, Recipient of the 2023 PRIMA Pioneer Excellence Award; Virginia Supreme Court Reverses Judgment Against Police Officer: Affirming His Defense of Another as a Matter of Law; and Strain at a Gnat, Swallow a Camel While “Saving” Money With Your Worker’s Comp Claims.
November/December Issue of Public Risk
In this issue, read about Five (and For Most of You, Six) No-Cost Ways to Help Reduce Vehicle Claims and Losses; First Amendment Wheel Doesn’t Stop Spinning: What Risk Managers Need to Know for Dealing with Schools; and The Impact of Resilience on Recovery from Injury or Illness.
July/August Issue of Public Risk
In this issue, read about Allie Matthews, PRIMA’s 2022 Public Risk Manager of the Year; Protecting School Students, Staff and Insurance Budgets Against Today’s Leading Risks; and Understanding what Medical Bills the Jury Sees: A Primer on Florida Law for Risk Managers.
May/June Issue of Public Risk
In this issue, read about The Impactful Return of PRIMA’s Annual Conference; Re-Introducing PRIMA’s New President, Scott Kramer, MBA, ARM; Preparedness Critical to Disaster Recovery: Long-Term Response Often Overlooked in Planning Process; and It’s All Your Fault… Or Is It?: Public Entity Documentation Supports “No Notice” Claims Defense.