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Risk Control for Mid-Level Managers
June 20 @ 13:00 - 15:00Free
Presented by: Richard Gurba, ETC Technical Writer, Site Admin; VFIS
This session reintroduces the participant to risk control with emphasis on identifying, managing, and controlling risk as well as potential risk pitfalls in ESOs. The overall goal is to provide an understanding of how each individual position within an organization plays an integral and vitally important role in overall risk reduction. Risk reduction will aid in the creation and sustainability of a safety culture within your organization. Additional topics include written policies, rules, and regulations including equal and equitable enforcement.
The program is instructor-driven and interactive through group discussion. The program concludes with a review of case studies covering various risks including vehicle operations, medical malpractice, general liability from a facilities perspective, and employment practices liability.
The program is designed for field supervisory personnel and training officers in career, volunteer, or combination departments both fire and EMS.
1. Define risk management and risk control
2. Identify areas of risk within the context of fire and EMS service delivery
3. Better understand how all positions within an ESO contribute to risk reduction
4. Review case studies and apply lessons learned to participant’s ESO