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April Monthly Meeting

Weather Risk - From Mild to Wild

April 19, 2017

Registration begins at 11:30 AM

Presentation at 12:00 PM

 

Multnomah Athletic Club, 1849 SW Salmon St., Portland, Oregon

RIMS MEMBERS $15
NON-MEMBERS $25

 


 

 

 

Announcements

  • February 2017 Meeting Minutes

  • February UAS Meeting Slides

    Here are the slides from the February meeting on Unmanned Aircraft Systems

  • 2017 RIMS Golf Tournament

    Save the date for the Annual RIMS Golf Tournament at The Reserve! 

  • Board Minutes

    Here are the Oregon Chapter of RIMS January board meeting minutes.

  • Winter/Spring 2017 ARM Classes

    Don't forget to register for the 2017 ARM classes!

  • ASSE meeting

    The local chapter of the American Society of Safety Engineers invites RIMS Members to attend their Dinner Meeting on Thursday, January 12 at Hayden's Lakefront Grill. Bruce Hollcroft will discuss his new book on Risk Assessment. For more details and to RSVP, a link to the invitation can be found at this link:

  • 2017 RIMS National Conference Scholarship

    The Oregon Risk Management Community is invited to nominate a member for a scholarship to attend the 2017 RIMS National Conference in Philadelphia April 23-26. Scholarship covers a maximum total reimbursement of $1,500 to cover the Conference Registration Fee, Hotel Room, Travel Expenses, and meals. The nominee must be an Oregon Chapter Professional Member and a strong candidate who has made meaningful contributions to the Oregon risk management community and/or the Oregon RIMS Chapter.

  • Spencer Education Foundation

    Oregon RIMS chapter donates to Spencer Education Foundation.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zavkU8rPnDk

  • The Risk Management Association

    Portland Chapter Fall Event - Diversifying Banking
    November 15, 2016
    11:30am-1:30pm

  • October 2016 Meeting Presentation

  • 2016 RIMS Golf Tournament

    And the winners are...

    1st Place: Glenn Rennemann, Tyson Campbell, Mike Kalby, Ron Hitchcock
    2nd Place: Steve Reardon, Lauren Baker, Stefan Steight, Austin Landis
    3rd Place: Monte Griffin, Matt Schoenecker, Sky Wolfe, Dan Lavinder
    Men LD: Austin Landis
    Women LD: Lauren Baker
    Men KP#1: Austin Landis
    Men KP#2: Nolan Robinson
    No Women KPs

  • PSU College Career Fair

    This year Oregon RIMS is pleased to focus on education. Our goal is to attend local college career fairs to share information about risk and insurance related jobs. Attached is a link to Portland State University Employer Engagement Calendar. If you are interested in participating by sharing internship opportunities or by attending and staffing the RIMS Booth, please contact educationorrims@gmail.com or secretaryoregonrims@gmail.com.

  • 2016 Oregon RIMS Golf Tournament!

  • ARM Classes this Fall!

  • E-Day Presentations

    E-Day presentations have been uploaded and are under the Meetings & Events tab E-Day 2016.

  • May 2016 Presentation - Risk Assessment

  • 2016 RIMS E-Day Registration

    Registration is now open for the 2016 RIMS Education Day!

  • March 2016 presentation - Incident Reporting and Escalation

    If you missed our Mar 2016 meeting, you missed a great discussion from Brian Hughes, Sr. VP at Sologic. Attached is his presentation.

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