Volunteer Risk Management
Volunteer programs provide many critical and services within public entities, especially in times of tight budgets and cuts. Volunteer work is no different from paid work as far as exposures are concerned, for the possibility of accident, injury, loss, or damage is always present. When implementing a volunteer risk management program, it must fit well into day-to-day operations and have enough substance in order to constitute tangible proof of due diligence.
This Webinar will review organizational practices for utilizing volunteers within your public entity while making sure they do not end up with a claim
The presenters will review the following:
1) how to effectively supervise volunteers, 2) ways of evaluating volunteer performance in terms of safety and risk management and 3) how to maintain safety and minimize liability when dealing with volunteers. They will highlight the importance of clearly identified procedures for reporting incidents or accidents, making complaints or referring matters of concern.
Attendees will learn how to:
July 20, 2011 12:00 PM Eastern
1 hour, 30 minutes