Category: CalPRIMA News

Jan 06

Risk Management Analyst

San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools is hiring a Risk Management Analyst.  See job description here.RiskMgmtAnalyst-RiskMgmt12-12-16NoMarkups-NEW

Sep 30

Call to Serve for NCEMHS Policy and Subject Matter Experts

Good afternoon Colleagues, Hope that you are doing great! I am pleased to have the opportunity to introduce and share information on the National Council for Emergency Management and Homeland Security (NCEMHS) organization today. We have a variety of new and exciting emergency management, homeland security, cybersecurity, and campus preparedness/school safety programs and initiatives forthcoming. …

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Sep 23

Senior Director of Risk Management Services/Chief Risk Officer at Sacramento State

Senior Director of Risk Management Services/Chief Risk Officer at Sacramento State  rDownload the Announcement

Sep 15

Golf Tournament on October 1st for Ted Alejandre

County Superintendent of Schools, Ted Alejandre, is moving forward with a kickoff to the 2018 election cycle with an exciting golf event – – A Golf Tournament will be held on Saturday October 1, 2016 at Shandin Hills Golf Course, in San Bernardino: your attendance and/or support to this kick off event Will help to sponsor the event.    Your sponsorship as well as your participation in the …

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Aug 24

Educational Luncheon – November 18th

 CALPRIMA   Presents EDUCATIONAL LUNCHEON SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18TH 10 AM – 2:30 PM                      San Bernardino County of Superintendent of Schools                              9630 7th Street Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730                               West End Temporary Educational Service Center – Archibald Room 12.02.2015 A WALK IN MY SHOES Director of Risk Management at County of San Bernardino …

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Aug 14

Why don’t architects think about fall protection?

There is nothing worse than spending 20 million dollars on a brand new building only to find out that you can’t maintain certain areas because there is no fall protection anchor points.  Time and time again, we see that safety regulations are an after thought for architects especially in the public sector due to their …

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Aug 14

Pokemon Go – a new liability

As you may be aware Pokemon Go is all the rage in just about every city across the United States.  The best thing about this video game is that it really is the first to get people outside and socially interacting with each other.  Below we will explore the upsides and downsides of Pokemon Go …

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Mar 04

How to Cut Costs and Reduce OSHA Claims – Guest Post

As we examine the costs of work-related injuries, we gain insight into the perspectives around this issue, along with a better understanding of the myriad of factors that impact those costs. Some of the costs are harder to document, such as the effect on co-worker morale, or a reduction in productivity throughout due to a …

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Feb 18

10 ways to reduce employee turnover – Guest Post by Dell Dorn

This blog post is brought to you by Dell Dorn of Dorn Companies. About the Author Dell Dorn is the founder and CEO of DORN Companies. He started DORN in 1998 to help employers save money on workers’ compensation claims and reduce OSHA recordables. Today, DORN customers realize the immense cost of employee pain and …

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Oct 26

Emergency procedures could save the day!

With El Nino on its way, preparing for an emergency is essential.  Restoration Management Company (RMC) offers this handy guide on preparing for emergencies.  Download it for free.Emergency Planning Guidelines 10’15 Restoration Management Co