APCA National Advisor’s Institute 2008

RISK MANAGEMENT ROUNDTABLE
The Jargon

 Risk
   Hazard or danger that could result in accidental injury
    or loss



 Risk Management
   The pr...
1.) Identification

 What risks are present in
  the structure of the event?
   Activities that could lead to injury
  ...
2.) Evaluation
 What are the consequences for
  the organization, participants, &
  institution should the risk be
  real...
3.) “Treatment”
Eliminate, Manage, or Accept??
4.) Implementation

 Document risk management plan
   Carbon copy of event request referencing handbook
    procedures
 ...
5.) Assessment

 Evaluate what worked and what didn’t .
 Document steps taken if risky component
  presented itself.
 W...
Currently, do you manage
risk for…?
 Traveling in a personal car convoy
 Attending a conference
 Minors attending event...
Methods of Management
 Trainings with organization reps & advisors
 Handbook policies
 Best/worst case scenarios
 Awar...
Resources
 PANEL MEMBERS
     Jennifer Blackwell :: blackwje@wesley.edu
     Phil Sims :: phil.sims@navarrocollege.edu
...
Events, by nature, involve some sort of risk.
It’s up to you to eliminate, manage or accept its presence.
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Risk Management Roundtable

  1. 1. APCA National Advisor’s Institute 2008 RISK MANAGEMENT ROUNDTABLE
  2. 2. The Jargon  Risk  Hazard or danger that could result in accidental injury or loss  Risk Management  The process of  Advising organizations of perceived & potential risks  Monitoring organization activities  Taking proactive steps and corrective actions to minimize accidental injury or loss
  3. 3. 1.) Identification  What risks are present in the structure of the event?  Activities that could lead to injury  Group or institution’s reputation  Personal feelings of members or participants  Finances  Property
  4. 4. 2.) Evaluation  What are the consequences for the organization, participants, & institution should the risk be realized?  Venue  Expected attendance  Advisor presence  Past history
  5. 5. 3.) “Treatment” Eliminate, Manage, or Accept??
  6. 6. 4.) Implementation  Document risk management plan  Carbon copy of event request referencing handbook procedures  Agreed upon contract  Design an action plan to follow during the event to monitor risky components  Organization members, advisor, and coordinating offices/departments should have a copy, too!  Review with organization at least 1 month prior to event – then refresh closer to event date.
  7. 7. 5.) Assessment  Evaluate what worked and what didn’t .  Document steps taken if risky component presented itself.  Were all steps of action plan followed?
  8. 8. Currently, do you manage risk for…?  Traveling in a personal car convoy  Attending a conference  Minors attending events  Outdoor venue events  Advisor presence at event  Dances/Formals  Physical activities  Off campus vs. On campus events
  9. 9. Methods of Management  Trainings with organization reps & advisors  Handbook policies  Best/worst case scenarios  Awards  Self-report surveys of past practices to determine future policies
  10. 10. Resources  PANEL MEMBERS  Jennifer Blackwell :: blackwje@wesley.edu  Phil Sims :: phil.sims@navarrocollege.edu  John Spranza :: jspranza@highlands.edu  Dennis Koch :: dkoch@tamiu.edu  Campus Legal Counsel / RM Office  NCHERM & FIPG  www.ncherm.org/legal.htm (Nat’l Ctr. for Higher Ed. Risk Mgt.)  www.fipg.org (Fraternal Information & Planning Group)
  11. 11. Events, by nature, involve some sort of risk. It’s up to you to eliminate, manage or accept its presence.

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