Risk Management Regional Training

Training details

October 16–18
8 a.m.–4 p.m.
Deer Park ISD Education Support Center
2800 Texas Ave. 
Deer Park, Texas 77356


Topics covered: Supervising for safety, chemical safety, emergency response, and vehicle collision investigation

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.

Capacity is limited to 50 attendees for each course. 


Agenda

Tuesday, October 16, 8 a.m.–4 p.m.

Supervising for Safety

(Open to Workers' Compensation members)

Course description: This course provides loss prevention knowledge and safety tools to any level of management staff that are responsible for loss prevention or safety issues within their respective department, work group, or campus. 

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


Wednesday, October 17, 8 a.m.–noon

Chemical Safety

(Open to Auto, Liability, Property, and Workers’ Compensation members)

Course description: This course is designed to give an overview of the practical measures for accident prevention from chemicals in the workplace.

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


Wednesday, October 17, 1–4:30 p.m.

Emergency Management

(Open to Auto, Liability, Property, and Workers’ Compensation members)

Course description: Topics will include emergency management 101, Incident Command System, scenario exercises, partnering with first responders, and threat assessment

Suggested audience: Administrators, directors, risk managers, school resource officers, and any safety & security committee members


Thursday, October 18, 8 a.m.–4 p.m.

Essentials of Vehicle Collision Investigation

(Open to Auto and Workers' Compensation members)

Course description: This course assists our members in understanding terms and requirements for vehicle accident investigation to prevent reoccurrence.

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