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  • RIMS EXECUTIVE REPORT: GETTING STARTED ON CYBERSECURITY

    Due to limited resources and security infrastructures, cybercriminals often consider small- to medium-sized businesses more attractive targets, according to the newly published RIMS Executive Report “Getting Started on Cybersecurity.” Authored by members of RIMS International Council, the ... read more
  • RIMS President's Corner: Globally Aware

    Awareness is a cornerstone of risk management. In order to mitigate the negative impacts of risks, it is critical for risk professionals to be aware of their surroundings, their competitors, employees, processes and the business world around them. That ... read more

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  • Posted in: Risk Professionals

    The nominations for Women to Watch are open on Business Insurance website. This is a great opportunity for national recognition for women in the profession. Historically risk managers have been heavily represented but in past few years the winners ...

  • Posted in: Risk Professionals

    Check out this little flowchart I've attached. This is good for Federal Driver requirements. Some states have different thresholds if you are "intrastate" only. ------------------------------ Charles Wigger VP Safety/Risk Management Lamar Advertising ...

  • Posted in: Risk Professionals

    Hello All - we are currently preparing to go through the RFP process for a new risk consultant to support our internal Risk Management team and I was curious if anyone has a template that they used for a similar RFP process. Please let me know if you ...

  • Posted in: Risk Professionals

    Hi Janis, Our office handles all property, casualty and bonding for state entities. Our staff is divided into 2 sections - claims and underwriting. There are approximately 50,000 state employees and 20,000 'vehicles' (includes on the road vehicles, off-road ...

  • Posted in: Risk Professionals

    CDL requirements for truck/trailers: We have a truck with a GVWR of 16,500 pounds and a trailer with a GVWR of 20,000 pounds. The way we are interpreting the information on the Florida Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles website the GCWR would be 36500 ...

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