Risk Management Regional Training

When: Tuesday, February 19–Thursday, February 21

Where: Mendez Elementary School conference room (San Marcos CISD), 1805 Peter Garza Drive, San Marcos, Texas 78166

Topics covered: Supervising for safety, emergency management basics, sexual harassment, vehicle collision prevention and investigation, and cyber security

Who should attend? Each course is customized for Fund members in specific lines of coverage. Please note the lines of coverage and suggested audience listed in the course descriptions and register for the courses that are applicable to you. 

There is no cost for tuition or materials. Lunch is provided for those who attend a full day. Attendees are responsible for travel costs.

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Maximum capacity is 50 attendees per course.


Supervising for Safety

When: Tuesday, February 19, 8 a.m.–4 p.m.

Who: Open to Workers' Compensation members.

Course description: Topics will include managing to prevent losses, implementing corrective action, effective communication, and accident prevention principles. The course is geared to all levels of management across all work groups.

Suggested audience: Directors, foremen, leads, managers, principals, risk management safety specialists, superintendents, and trainers

Emergency Management Basics

When: Wednesday, February 20, 8 a.m.–noon

Who: Open to Auto, Liability, Property, and Workers’ Compensation members

Course description: Topics will include emergency management 101, incident command system, collaboration with emergency responders, and risk assessment. A scenario exercise will also be included in this session.

Suggested audience: Campus administrators, career technology coordinators, facility managers, operations supervisors, safety and risk managers, and science coordinators

Responding to Sexual Harassment Complaints

When: Wednesday, February 20, 1–2:30 p.m.

Who: Open to Liability members

Course description: Topics will include student-to-student and employee-to-student sexual harassment and practical ways to reduce the liability risk to your organization.

Suggested audience: District and campus administrators, human resources, risk managers, business managers, and Title IX coordinators

Protecting Staff and Student Data from Cybercrime

When: Wednesday, February 20, 2:45–4 p.m.

Who: Open to Property and Liability members

Course description: Topics will include industry best practices for protecting data, understanding types of cyberattacks, and preventing and responding to security incidents.

Suggested audience: District and campus administrators, human resources, risk managers, business managers, and technology staff

Vehicle Collision Prevention and Investigation

When: Thursday, February 21, 8 a.m.–4 p.m.

Who: Open to Auto members

Course description: Topics will include collision photography and sketching, interview techniques, driver fatigue, and signs and controls of the road. Training resources for accident prevention are also provided.

Suggested audience: Lead drivers, loss reporting staff, risk management and safety specialists, transportation directors, operations supervisors, trainers, and others involved in vehicle collision investigation

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Email Risk Solutions at fund.training@tasb.org.