Associations are built
on a system of committee actions, linking the association with the
attitudes and the real world of its members. Committees represent,
involve, and serve members, as well as provide an important training
ground for future leaders. Committees are an effective work force for
the association -- they ensure group participation in problem solving
and provide a forum for the many interests within the association. If
you would like to volunteer to be part of a committee, see the Committee Volunteer Information for further details. RIMS currently has the following committees, sub-committees and task forces:
The Annual Conference Programming Committee (ACPC) plays a key role in the success of the RIMS Annual Conference & Exhibition. Members of the committee evaluate, select and provide coordination for conference education.
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The governing body of the Society is the Board of Directors.The Board establishes Society policy and monitors implementationof policy by the Society’s employed staff under the direction of theChief Executive Officer.
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The RIMS Exhibits Advisory Council addresses issues concerning the Exhibit Hall and is responsible for recommending policies and procedures to RIMS to improve the quality and value of the exhibition. Members of the Exhibits Advisory Committee are nominated by exhibitors.
The External Affairs Committee promotes and supports risk management by analyzing legislative, regulatory and legal issues; recommending policy and viewpoints for RIMS; providing sound risk management responses to these issues and educating members on how these issues will affect their industry and/or profession.
last person joined 2 years ago
The Finance Committee reviews, analyzes and makes recommendations to the Board of Directors concerning the financial well being of the Society. In this role, it oversees the annual budgets and presents it to the Board for approval.
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The International Council is made up of professionals with international risk management experience assembled to identify global trends impacting risk management and to ensure that RIMS offers globally relevant products, content, and services. The Council is responsible for providing globally focused tools, content, educational offerings, products, and services to a growing international risk management sector.
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The Member and Chapter Services (M&CS) Committee of the Risk and Insurance Management Society supports the development of an international network of members and chapters by identifying member needs. The M&CS committee is responsible for the review of existing RIMS resources including products, programs, and services while also serving as beta testers for new programs and/or technology that the Society is seeking to incorporate. The Committee also serves as the arbiter for the Chapter Awards Program in which it accepts, reviews, and determines award winners. In addition, M&CS oversees and finalizes alterations to the nominating and selection process. As a whole, the Committee is chiefly tasked with creating and identifying member and chapter benefits while promoting community value to the larger RIMS membership.
The Nominating and Governance Committee identifies, recruits, and formally nominates Society members to serve on the Board of Directors. The Committee also (1) oversees the orientation and training of new Board members, (2) assists with the development of Board members during their terms of service, (3) reviews and recommends modifications, as appropriate, to the Society’s governance structure, committee structure, and governance documents, including the bylaws and governance polices, and (4) considers other governance issues that arise, and makes appropriate recommendations to the Board.
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The RIMS Canada Council (RCC) is a standing committee of the Risk and Insurance Management Society, Inc. (RIMS). The RCC addresses the strategic initiatives of RIMS and risk management issues in Canada.Each of the ten Canadian RIMS chapters elects a board member to be their representative to the RCC. The chairs of the RCC's three subcommittees, the National Education Committee (NEC), the National Conference Committee (NCC) and the Communications and External Affairs Committee (CEA) also attend RCC meetings.
The Commission provides oversight of and ensures that the RIMS-CRMP meets and maintains best industry practices in credentialing. The Commission aids in establishing and implementing policies related to granting, maintaining, renewing and suspending, withdrawing, and expanding and reducing the scope of the certification. Members of the Commission may also serve on various subcommittees such as Nominating, Ethics, Exam Development and Appeals.
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To actively engage in the development and revisions of any and all risk management standards and practices. These activities may include creation, support, coordination, leadership and promotion of national and international standards, best practices, research projects, and articles pertaining to the risk management discipline.
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The Strategic and Enterprise Risk Management Council (SERMC) is organized to provideleadership on strategic and enterprise risk management (SRM and ERM) research, practices, topics andissues, in alignment with RIMS’ vision, affiliations and partnerships. The SERMC is comprised of RIMSmembers, academics, strategists, consultants and other practitioners who are experienced with strategicand enterprise risk management and related issues.
The council is a panel assembled to oversee and coordinate RIMS Student Outreach Programs and Membership. Its responsibilities are: