Author Archives: CSD Pool

Member Spotlight: Innovating for the Common Good at Southgate Water and Sanitation Districts

Recently, we had a chance to talk with Southgate Water and Sanitation Districts about their use of a geographic information system (GIS) to help manage their public assets. This was a very enlightening discussion which revealed a lot about this very valuable resource.

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Introducing i2i Workforce: Bring the Brilliance with our new HR Consulting Partnership

i2i specializes in all aspects of the practice of human resources, including retention, development, training, and recruiting.

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Emergency Response Procedures: Hazardous Materials Spills

The dangers of flammable and corrosive materials are obvious, but there are many other ways in which substances can be hazardous to human health. Many people are familiar with “HAZMAT” suits and what seeing them means.

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Put on Your Thinking Caps

Effective this past March, hundreds of new courses have been added to our catalog. These courses range widely in topic and depth, but virtually everyone on your team will find something new and something useful.

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Meet Jonelle Henning, the Pool’s Client Support

The CSD Pool is proud to announce the addition of Jonelle Henning to its team as your new Client Support.

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Ask the Experts: Covenant Enforcement

Members must disclose their participation in covenant enforcement for underwriting purposes and remit a nominal charge based on the number of homes. This allows us to provide coverage for any unforeseen risks involved with this type of exposure without having to raise rates for every member.

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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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Spring Thaw

Every year, the spring is a welcome change from the usual winter trappings of snow, icy roads, and freezing rain. However, before we start dusting off our camping gear and hiking boots, you should remember to prepare for the spring thaw.

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Ask the Experts: Scheduling Manholes and Pipelines

The Pool provides coverage for underground (UG) pipes but only if they are within 1,000’ of a scheduled location and coverage is limited to damage from fire or explosion. If a district schedules manholes and UG pipelines, there is coverage for direct physical damage from anything not normally excluded.

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Rapid Response for Sewer Backups

Water and sewer backups happen, and when they do, the clean-up requires professionals will be quick, effective, and won’t gouge you on price. That’s why we partnered with SERVPRO of Greater Boulder to be your source for rapid, thorough cleanup at a low pre-negotiated rate. This exclusive relationship means that your customers will get fast cleanup and nobody will be hit with a big bill.

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