Welcome to the website for the Rocky Mountain Chapter of RIMS! 

Mission Statement

Advance the Risk Management profession among our members, students and business community through educational programs, professional development resources and networking opportunities.

Our Events


  • Take the RIMS Risk Talent 2025 Survey

    Will risk management professionals be prepared to meet business challenges by 2025?
    The RIMS Risk Talent 2025 Survey will provide insight on the risk professional of the future – the background, skills, experience and viewpoints necessary to sustain the profession, and successfully navigate the evolving business environment.

    Please share your input with us by May 1, 2019.
    (Password: rims2025)
  • July 2019 - Rocky Mountain RIMS at the Colorado Rockies

    Please join your Rocky Mountain RIMS colleagues on Wednesday, July 31, 2019, for a fun afternoon of networking, a chance to discuss risk issues with fellow risk practitioners, and baseball! A picnic lunch will be followed by the Colorado Rockies -vs- LA Dodgers game.

Legislative Update

Workers Compensation for Mental Impairment (HB17-1229)
Signed 6/5/17 | Effective 7/1/18
Workers’ Compensation for Mental Impairment will allow a claim for mental impairment benefits in cases with no physical injury even if the source of the trauma is something within the worker’s usual experience in certain situations.  Continue Reading.

General Data Protection Regulation
Effective May 25, 2018
The European Union (EU) adopted the GDPR with the purpose to regulate organization’s management of data with a primary focus on protections of personal information stored and processed by businesses. Continue reading


  • Recently, the Association for the Management of Risk And Insurance of Enterprise (AMRAE) and EY jointly released the 11th edition of the RMIS Panorama, offering an in-depth look at the organizations and professionals who are using risk management information systems (RMIS), how well they have Continue reading
  • NEW YORK—On May 21, the Observer’s inaugural Business of Art Observed event brought experts in art, insurance, risk management, tech and finance to the Roosevelt Hotel to discuss established and emerging risks facing the $50 billion art industry. The “Insurance Continue reading
  • This week, 25 women in 20 cities across the United States brought sexual harassment charges and lawsuits against fast food giant McDonald’s with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), alleging that the company has neglected its duty to protect Continue reading
  • Microsoft recently announced a major vulnerability to Windows XP, Windows 7 and several older Windows server versions. According to Simon Pope, the company’s director of incident response, “[A]ny future malware that exploits this vulnerability could propagate from vulnerable computer to vulnerable Continue reading