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Mission Statement

Advance the Risk Management profession among our members, students and business community through educational programs, professional development resources and networking opportunities.

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Announcements

  • RIMS February 2023 Virtual (Online) Chapter Meeting

    Please join us for the Rocky Mountain RIMS February 2023 Virtual (Online) Chapter Meeting on February 23rd, from 11:45 am - 1:15 pm. Speakers Brenden Beeg, Bri Young, and Lucas Schiff will introduce and demonstrate how a new generation of Parametric Insurance is supporting corporations, municipalities, and sovereign governments.

RISK News

  • As Black History Month kicks off, February presents a great opportunity to not only celebrate the history and accomplishments of African Americans, but also to meaningfully assess and advance diversity, equity and inclusion measures with the goal of ensuring lasting Continue reading
  • Claimant fraud and premium fraud are two of the most well-known types of workers compensation fraud. In these cases, a worker may intentionally fake an injury (claimant fraud) or a business owner may misrepresent their employee headcount or incorrectly classify Continue reading
  • If your organization operates or could be sued in New York, there has been recent activity on the legal and regulatory risk landscape that risk professionals should be prepared for. New York’s newly-enacted Comprehensive Insurance Disclosure Requirements legislation opens the Continue reading
  • As companies continue to navigate the changing work environment brought on by the pandemic, it has become clear that business leaders will need to get comfortable revising and adapting their strategies to deal with disruption brought on from new technologies Continue reading

Legislative Update

California Consumer Privacy Act
On January 1, 2020, California will implement a sweeping new data privacy law that gives its residents the right to know (1) what "personal information" has been collected about them; (2) with whom it has been shared; (3) how it may be deleted; and (4) how to stop it from being sold. The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA), is a significant shift in US privacy law and greatly impacts how covered businesses collect, use, store and share the "personal information" of all California residents. Continue reading.

Workers Compensation for Mental Impairment (HB17-1229)

Signed 6/5/17 | Effective 7/1/18
Workers’ Compensation for Mental Impairment will allow a claim for mental impairment benefits in cases with no physical injury even if the source of the trauma is something within the worker’s usual experience in certain situations.  Continue reading.

General Data Protection Regulation
“GDPR”
Effective May 25, 2018
The European Union (EU) adopted the GDPR with the purpose to regulate organization’s management of data with a primary focus on protections of personal information stored and processed by businesses. Continue reading