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The three-day virtual conference features a packed agenda full of educational sessions and networking opportunities you can’t miss.
2021 RIMS President Ellen Dunkin of Amalgamated Life Insurance shares her story and how she worked to get risk management face time with upper management.
Musculoskeletal conditions are a big problem for workers’ comp. Leaving their mental health side effects unaddressed could make these injuries an even bigger risk.
Building trust and educating employees about the workers’ compensation system are critical for achieving positive recovery outcomes.
A recent session at the National Ergonomics Conference examined the strategic approach Cargill is using to expand their ergonomics program from 40 locations to over 400.
A new report examining Mitchell’s claims data from 2020 highlights several trends the industry faced during the pandemic
COVID-19 has caused much of our lives to feel tumultuous. Worker demographics too have experienced numerous changes over the last year.
Fine arts broker Alexandra Redfern has tackled a number of exciting challenges over the course of her career, proving insurance is anything but boring.
A long-time veteran of risk management for the public sector, Deborah Callahan shares insights on stopping sexual abuse in schools.
With ransomware payments down in the 4th quarter of 2020, cyber criminals are turning to new strategies — including targeting vulnerable industries — to get their payouts.
A manufacturing error out of a plant in Baltimore has made 15 million doses of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine unusable.
Distributing the COVID-19 vaccine requires collaboration from multiple stakeholders, opening organizations up to cyber and other risks in the process.
A RIMS session looks at how the push to adopt new technologies to support a remote workforce can be used to aid injured worker advocacy.
Businesses are asking for increased protection from COVID-19 liability. Governments are responding with virus liability shield laws.
Texas Roadhouse’s Patrick Sterling shares his risk journey, from his days split between HR and risk, to today, where he is working diligently with his whole team.
Many industry professionals fell into workers’ comp. It’s time the industry developed well-defined goals everyone can share.
The new guidelines have the potential to become the standards for protecting against infectious disease in the workplace.
A National Comp session explores how elevating the mission of workers’ comp can help the industry attract talent.
Shannon Hojnowski of Anne Arundel County, Md. shares her risk management story and how her career has made her a dedicated advocate of employee safety.
Mental toughness and resilience can help prevent workplace stress and burnout.