Have you heard of OR PRIMA? The acronymn stands for the Oregon Public Risk Management Association. Whether you have heard of this organization or not, if your responsibilities include any level of risk assessment, preventon or management then you may find benefit in the upcoming one day 2017 OR PRIMA Spring Conference. The theme of this years conference is Emerging Trends In Risk Management, if you would like to attend you will need to register and pay through the website.
April 21, 2017 - 830am - 300pm
The Oregon Garden
879 West Main St
Agenda will include the President’s Welcome delivered by Jamie Iboa of the City of Eugene. Presentations will include:
Why You Need Cyber Liability Coverage - Dominic Keller, VP, Willis Towers Watson
This presentation will provide a background on cyber risks, key insurance coverages available, and best practices to prepare for claims and to maximize recovery.
Employment Retaliation - Haley Percell, Litigation Services Attorney, Oregon School Boards Association Lucy Schwallie, Pre‐loss Attorney, Oregon School Boards Association
Employment claims are very expensive because they typically end up in federal court and you lose the protection of the Oregon Tort Claims Act. The current trend in employment claims are retaliation claims and this session will focus on strategies that can help you mitigate your exposure.
Homelessness: Challenges for Public Entities - Panel Discussion: Lieutenant Chris Baldridge, PIO, Marion County Sherriff’s Office; Marc Jolin, Multnomah County Joint Office of Homeless Services; Brad Taylor, City of Portland Office of Neighborhood Involvement.
Homelessness effects public entities in a variety of ways. Typically, health and human services organizations are at the forefront of the issue given their mission. However, homelessness effects other organizations such as law enforcement, parks and recreation, and schools and educational facilities. This panel discussion will give an overview of challenges around homelessness from differing perspectives within public entities, address best practices, and provide a framework for developing policies and programs. There will be an opportunity for the audience to ask questions and discuss homelessness issues both with the panel members and in an open forum.
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