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Public sector risk managers can accomplish more in their communities by enlisting volunteers, but developing program parameters is important.
The time is long past for us to address our crumbling infrastructure.
Dam failures are a ‘low probability but high consequence’ event best addressed by preparation and maintenance.
More states are offering workers’ comp benefits to first responders suffering from post-traumatic stress.
Accountability and collaboration turned Hampton Roads Transit’s legacy workers’ compensation program into a triumph.
The Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago succeeds with a commonsense approach.
2013 Teddy Award winner Miami-Dade County Public Schools is managing comorbid risk factors by getting employees excited about healthy living.
States have launched initiatives ranging from cyber academies and public-private partnerships to dashboards, and cyber preparedness and response plans.
Public and private sector experts are planning resiliency efforts to combat potential disaster losses and the problem of underinsurance.
Public-sector risk professionals are facing more anger from their communities, as the mistrust of government grows.
The technology exists to improve risk management. It should be deployed without further delay.
Worry about Zika’s devastating effects is leading to redoubled remediation efforts, but also potential liability claims.
The U.S. Geological Survey is funding the development of the next generation of earthquake early warning systems.
Smart design, regular maintenance, and proper surface materials are the keys to minimizing playground injuries.
Drones can make police work more effective; and safer for police officers. What's the holdup?
Risk professionals need to personalize safety messages so employees make it part of their on-the-job practice.
The city quintupled its initial policy coverage to $50 million for the GOP Convention.
After nearly two years of planning, Philadelphia's risk manager expects a peaceful and well-organized Democratic National Convention.
Out-of-date technology and unsecured networks put voters’ ballots at risk.