Risk Management is best defined as an attempt to minimize the adverse effects of accidental losses on an organization at a reasonable cost. Risk Management is a constant balancing act between the reduction of losses and the costs involved in achieving the reduction. It must be emphasized that Risk Management decisions are not made solely for financial reasons. The College's mission and other subjective considerations and repercussions in the lives of those in the College community are of prominent importance when any Risk Management decision is made.
- Loss Prevention and Safety
An attempt to eliminate losses from occurring and/or to reduce the amount of and the frequency of losses.
- Risk Financing
A mechanism through insurance, loss pools, and self-insuring to cushion the effect of any loss to the College.
- Claims Handling
Maintenance of a process that will quickly and fairly adjudicate any claim.
- Clinical Agreements
Assist the academic area with the speedy placement of Clinical Agreements for their respective programs.
- College Center Security
Maintain the security needs of the College Center so that the environment is safe and secure.
- Safety Inspections
Inspect all College locations throughout the year for safe practices and to assure the safety of all students, faculty, staff, and visitors.
- Safety Training
Provide safety training for all departments within the College system.