Welcome to the website for the Rocky Mountain Chapter of RIMS! 

Mission Statement

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

Our Events


  • January 2018 Chapter Meeting

    How Employees can Successfully Avoid the Worker Comp System

    This town-hall style panel discussion will allow for plenty of audience participation and discussion regarding how to address the biggest challenges in injury prevention.

    Panel Discussion
    Lori Frederic, BioBalance - Moderator
    Stephen Brown, Briotix
    Craig Halpern, IMA Inc.
    Rainene Miller, DORN Companies
    Dr. Steve Capobianco, RockTape

    Date: TUESDAY, January 9, 2018
    Time: 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
    Location: Comedy Works South - Curtis Ballroom
    5345 Landmark Place
    Greenwood Village, CO 80111
  • Save the Date - 2018 Meetings

    Save the date for the 2018 Rocky Mountain RIMS Monthly Chapter meetings/events:

    January 9 - joint meeting with ASSE
    February 22
    March 22
    May 24
    June 14 - Golf Tournament
    July 26
    August 23 - Rockies Game
    September TBD - Rocky Mountain Forum
    October 25
    November 15


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