Risk Management Webinars
Today's knowledge to prevent tomorrow's problems.
Our Risk Management webinars address present risks within municipalities. Participation in the webinars is complimentary for our members. The space is limited, but all webinar recordings can be found afterward on our Vimeo account here.
2023 Risk Aware Webinar Series
Introducing the 2023 Alberta Municipalities Risk Aware webinar series!
Join us for this transformative three-part series, addressing emerging risk topics affecting our membership. This series will provide valuable insights, actionable strategies, and cutting-edge tools for municipalities and community-related organizations.
Don't miss this opportunity to strengthen your risk management approach. Reserve your spot today!
Facility Use Agreements: Why, When, and How? Presented by Dolden Wallace Folick LLP
Wednesday, July 18th at 10:30 am
This webinar offers an in-depth look at why using facility use agreements is important, and how to build an agreement that sufficiently protects your organization. No prior knowledge is needed to attend, however, if you were able to attend the Alberta Municipalities Public Risk Conference in May, this is an opportunity to deepen your understanding of what you learned at the Waivers, Assumptions of Risk, and Facility Use Agreements - How Local Governments Minimize Risk Through Contractual Means session.
Public Entity Liability: Maintenance, Transparency, and Prudence. Presented by ClaimsPro
Tuesday, September 12th at 10:30 am
This session will focus on activities before an incident that could cause liability on your entity, how to investigate said incident, and actions to take to provide transparency while not prejudicing your position. Best practices from an insurance adjuster's perspective will be shared as to how to mitigate and lessen liability.
Be Prepared – Creating a Culture of Preparedness in Alberta. Presented by Alberta Emergency Management Agency
Tuesday, November 14th at 10:30 am
Wildfire season in 2023 showed that emergencies and evacuations can happen at any time and are becoming more common. Join the Alberta Emergency Management Agency to learn how the Government of Alberta is building capacity for preparedness public education in Alberta. The Be Prepared program is created for local leaders to champion preparedness amongst the communities that they serve. By increasing risk literacy and encouraging preparedness as a habit at the local level, together we can encourage disaster risk reduction behaviours and contribute to a culture shift towards preparedness in Alberta.
2022 RiskAware Webinar Series
Workplace Abuse Policies
Sept. 15, 2022, from 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Creating and maintaining a policy for municipal employees to report abuse in the workplace and implementing procedures for the municipality to investigate and handle these reports is increasingly important. This discussion will outline how to have a clear policy/procedure to ensure safe reporting of abuse and avoid having things swept under the rug. The recording of this webinar is available here and take a look at the slide deck here.
Oct. 14, 2022, from 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Overview of the cyber insurance marketplace, loss experience and underwriter appetite. We will review the 12 key internal controls that insurers require to evaluate cyber risk within an organization in order to provide a quotation. The recording of this webinar is available here and take a look at the slide deck here.
Environmental Impairment Liability on Local Government
Nov. 15, 2022, from 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
The Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act outlines how elected officials, CAO’s, and designated officers can be liable for punishment for environmental offences. We will cover this, and recent relevant incidents or lawsuits. The recording of this webinar is available here and take a look at the slide deck here.
Life Cycle Maintenance Plans
Dec. 15, 2022, from 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
As we move to a more loss-prone state, especially around natural disasters, we will explore the trade-offs of additional spending now to prevent larger losses down the road. We will discuss what a Life Cycle Maintenance Plan is and how they are developed with an overview of the process and deliverables. We will then explore the trade-off of higher-cost, more-resistive materials versus traditional construction materials. The recording of this webinar is available here and take a look at the slide deck here.