‘What’s Risk Got to Do With It 2.0’ set for Nov. 16Nov. 7, 2017, 3:45 PM
The Office of Risk and Insurance Management will host an opportunity to learn more about reporting incidents, its take on university events and workers compensation information—topics that are important to everyone at Vanderbilt, especially managers and supervisors—on Thursday, Nov. 16. The session will begin at 9:30 a.m. in the Jean and Alexander Heard Library (Central Library) Community Room. Light refreshments will be available at 9 a.m.
Did you know?
- Risk Management has a website where you can—and should—log incidents that may potentially pose a risk for the university.
- Over 225 events involving more than 30,000 minors occur on campus each year. Risk Management has an online application in place to register all Vanderbilt programs that host minors for activities and events. The Protection of Minors policy requires faculty, staff, students and volunteers involved with those events to meet specific compliances.
- If you’re involved in an auto accident while on business-related travel, you should contact Risk Management.
- Risk Management is your source for certificates of insurance that may be required by vendors with whom you contract.
- Risk Management can do a risk assessment for your department.
On Nov. 16, stop by for refreshments, door prizes and to discover why every employee at Vanderbilt is a “risk manager.” Please RSVP for the event by Monday, Nov. 13.
Can’t make the Q&A? Check out the Risk and Insurance Management website, and be sure to visit the Resources page for additional Risk Management Week items, such as webinars and other tools.