Tag Archives: loss prevention

Member Service Spotlight: TargetSolutions for Fire/EMS

Find out why nearly two dozen Pool members purchase this world-class learning management system.

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Sit-Stand Desks and Employee Health

Find out the basics on sit-stand desks and how they can help employee health and safety outcomes.

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Ask the Experts: Notice of Occurrence

A notice of occurrence simply means notifying your insurance company of an incident, which can help your organization in several ways: preventing further damage to its property as well as paying fewer out-of-pocket costs.

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Don’t Wait! Now’s the Time to Winterize Your District’s Property [Updated]

Your personal homeowner’s insurance policy likely contains an exclusion for damage caused by frozen pipes if you leave your home unheated or fail to drain your pipes while being away for an extended period. In the eyes of your insurance company, this is a matter of personal responsibility—to your insurer, failure to take these sensible steps is negligence.

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Nine Air Conditioning Maintenance Tips to Prevent Costly Breakdowns

Appropriate maintenance at the beginning of the cooling season is one of the best ways to prevent an air conditioning breakdown. Prevention is the key to avoiding an air conditioning emergency in the height of summer.

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Taking the Right Steps

There are many different types of ladders on the market that vary in size, shape, and capability. It is important to educate yourself on what is available and take your intended purpose for the ladder into account.

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Member Spotlight: Poudre Fire Authority

Last year, our Safety Management Consultant Adam Johnsen paid a visit to PFA and had the chance to participate in a safety committee meeting. He was so impressed that we decided to interview Support Battalion Chief, Gary Nuckols for more insight on what it takes to create an effective safety culture.

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What the Pool’s Top Causes of Loss Mean for You and Your District

The Pool was given a simple but important mission when it was formed: be a safe harbor from the traditional insurance industry and help members prevent damaging losses. Given the diversity of the Pool’s members and its coverage, there is tremendous range in size and type of claim. While some types of claims are unavoidable, loss prevention can help mitigate the vast majority of them.

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History Lesson: Don’t Let Yourself Fall Victim to the Dangers of the Past

These ten history lessons highlight common sources for loss among special districts. The Pool has seen members suffer from these same problems time and again, and each and every one of these caveats foretell of very avoidable problems. These problems are ancient history, so don’t let your district and yourself fall prey to them.

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Safety Committees The What and Why (Part 3 of 3) feat. Eagle River Water and Sanitation District

Safety committees can be highly effective channels for delivering safety information as well as encouraging feedback and suggestions from your entire workforce. But some of the most well-intentioned safety committees fall far short of management’s expectations–usually for one of several common reasons.

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