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  • RIMS President's Corner: The Right Direction

    For far too long we have been cooped up in our homes. We’ve had to learn new ways to work, collaborate, network and learn remotely. While many parts of the world are still overwhelmed by the global pandemic, we are seeing signs that a return to normalcy ... read more
  • UNIVERSITY OF HARTFORD WINS THE 2021 SPENCER-RIMS RISK MANAGEMENT CHALLENGE

    During the RIMS LIVE 2021 virtual Conference Finale, RIMS CEO Mary Roth and RIMS President Ellen Dunkin announced the University of Hartford student team as the winner of the 2021 Spencer-RIMS Risk Management Challenge.   Competing against 18 other universities from around the ... read more

Recent Discussion Activity

  • Posted in: Risk Professionals

    Please join us for the Atlanta RIMS Annual Meeting and Virtual Luncheon. During the annual meeting, we will be voting on the slate for the 2021 - 2022 Atlanta RIMS Board of Directors.  Please join us for the first installment of our new DE&I series, ...

  • Posted in: Risk Professionals

    Would you like to help young people find careers in an industry you love, while helping the industry fill the talent gap? If so, we're hiring an Executive Director of Risk Management and Insurance (RMI) Program at the University of Colorado Denver. ...

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  • Posted in: Risk Professionals

    Tiffany, as John replied using a third party engineering firm is a possible solution. Please reach out if we can help. Jeff Nall, P.E. Global Risk Consultants Mobile: (404) 787-9602 Email address: jeff.nall@tuvsud.com   ------------------------------ ...

  • Posted in: Risk Professionals

    I think it is pretty typical for organization to indemnify the individual director​s.  Where claims are not indemnifiable by employer, then side A should drop to first dollar.  For indemnifiable loss,  corp deductible would apply to the employer,  not ...

  • Posted in: Risk Professionals

    Hi Tiffany, We have an internal fire protection engineer and have had since the 1970s. It really does help having an internal expert to work with the insurer's engineers. Other options might include hiring a 3rd party fire protection consultant such ...

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