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Risk Services

Our job is to help our members identify risk factors and minimize losses before they happen through risk management and loss control strategies.

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ASCIP provides many training options including seminars, webinars and DVD's. But we are proud of our extensive on-line Learning Management System to meet members needs.

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We offer a variety of forms and tools to assist you and your team. Our many helpful resources are always available for your use.

What’s New at ASCIP...

2019-20 Risk Control Grant Opportunities Available!

The 2019-20 Grant Procedure, Timelines and Application are now posted on the “Risk Services” tab.

The grant program is designed to assist members with one-time, non-routine risk management or loss control programs, activities or ideas that may lead to reducing losses for the entire ASCIP membership. 

Members may only submit one grant application.   The proposal should be innovative, have the potential to reduce losses and must be related to either the Property & Liability or Workers’ Compensation program in which the member participates.  Grants will be awarded based on the substance and merit of the project as presented in the application and oral presentation (if required).  The Risk Control Committee will review the applications and forward recommendations to the Executive Committee for final approval.

The Risk Control Committee has identified the following risks areas as posing significant exposure to the ASCIP Membership.

  • Molestation/abuse prevention
  • Special education injury prevention

Grant applications that attempt to mitigate loss in these targeted areas will receive preferential consideration during the evaluation process.  However, applications will be accepted in all risk related areas.  The deadline for submitting applications is August 30, 2019.

ASCIP is excited to support creative and innovative risk management/loss control projects from our members.  If you have any questions about the Grant program, please contact Reshan Cooray at (562) 404-8029 or via email at Cooray@ascip.org.

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News

Using Technology to Simplify HazCom
June 19, 2019

Attempting to comply with hazard communication requirements, inventorying chemicals, training employees, and obtaining and ensuring employee-access to safety data sheets (SDSs) is a daunting task, so when ASCIP reached out to Debbie Valentine, District Manager of Environmental Health & Safety for North Orange County Community College District to pilot an online resource designed to simplify the process, she welcomed the opportunity.

Initially, the tool seemed overwhelming because of its many features, but now Debbie says “I love it!  It frees up my time to do other things.  If there is a spill in chemistry, I can get quick access to the SDS and so can the site where the spill occurred.”  The chemical information can also be sent directly to the doctor if needed.  Debbie shares that “once I began really using MSDSonline, I discovered how valuable it is”.

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Increasing Safety Awareness One Car At a Time
June 17, 2019

Student safety is a priority for all of us.  But are you willing to knock on doors in your community, visit local businesses and attend City Council meetings to promote it?  Meet the “passionate about safety”, Laurie Bruneau, Director of Risk Management for the Fullerton School District (FSD), who has done just that to promote “Go Human” at her schools and in her community.  In an era of distracted drivers and fast-paced living, little “humans” walking to and from school are especially vulnerable.  Laurie shares “I have been concerned that schools have become commuter schools with parents blasting through parking lots without ever noticing” the students.   Laurie had been seeking a safety solution when she noticed a Go Human billboard, which humanized the pedestrian.

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