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November Monthly Meeting
Contract Review & Risk Transfer
Thursday, November 15, 2018
Registration begins at 4:00 AM
Presentation begins at 4:30 PM
Network reception (appetizers and drinks) to follow


Multnomah Athletic Club

Nov_2018_Monthly_Flyer.pdf 

Announcements

  • Meeting Minutes

    October's board meeting minutes are now available.
  • 2018 CPCU All Industry Day

    Come and attend this year's CPCU All-Industry Day at the Oregon Zoo. This year's theme is “The Wild World or Risk Management” and the Keynote Speaker is Bill Jemison, Risk Manager of Metro (the entity that manages the Oregon Zoo), followed by Public Entity and Industrial Risk Management panels.   It should be a fun and educational day. 

    https://oregon.cpcusociety.org/
  • Global RIMS Conference Scholarship Application

    If you're a Rising Risk Professional and are interested in attending the Global RIMS conference in Boston next year, then take the time to apply for a $1,500 scholarship to help you get there.  Don't delay as the deadline is November 10th!
  • Fall ARM Classes

    Oregon RIMS is pleased to offer the ARM 54 and 55 courses for the fall season.  If you are working toward your Associate in Risk Management accreditation, this is a great opportunity to learn the concepts in a classroom environment.

    Registration ends Friday, August 17th.  To register and for additional details, refer to the attached ARM Registration Notice.
  • 2018 Golf Tournament

    Join us at The Reserve Vineyards and Golf course for our annual chapter tournament followed by dinner.
  • 2018 Chapter Annual Meeting

    Register for the 2018 RIMS Oregon Chapter's Annual Meeting on June 21, 2018 from 1 pm to 6 pm at the Multnomah Athletic Club.
  • Prepare Out Loud: Cascadia Subduction Zone

    Please join the American Red Cross for Prepare Out Loud, a presentation designed to help businesses and individuals prepare for the Cascadia Subduction Zone earthquake.

    In this unique and interactive presentation you will learn:

    • The science and history of the Cascadia subduction Zone;
    • How people behave during earthquakes;
    • What to expect in the aftermath of a Cascadia event;
    • How to locate your loved ones following a disaster;
    • How to assemble your kits, secure your furniture, and;
    • How to foster a culture of preparedness in your community.
  • Why an Insurance Career?

  • Register for ARM 55!

    ARM 55: RISK ASSESSMENT AND TREATMENT

    Focuses on root cause analysis, business continuity, property risk, legal and regulatory risk, management liability, HR risk, environmental risk, crime and cyber risk, and fleet risk.
  • February Meeting Presentation

  • February Meeting Minutes

  • Spencer Foundation - May 1st Deadline

    Spencer is the premier organization awarding scholarships and grants in risk management and insurance, and facilitating internship opportunities, as well as providing a Risk-Manager-in-Residence program to universities. Since our founding, we have awarded 970 scholarships totaling approximately $6.3 million, and $3.25 million in grants to universities and professional institutions for educational programs and conferences.
  • January Board Meeting Minutes

    Below are the meeting minutes from the January 2018 board meeting.
  • December Meeting Presentation

    Below is the presentation from the December monthly meeting.
  • November Meeting Presentation

    Attached is the presentation from the November monthly meeting on Emerging Legal Issue in Risk Management.
  • Save the Date: 15th Annual Golf Tournament

    The Oregon Chapter of RIMS will be hosting the 15th Annual Golf Tournament on Wednesday, August 22, 2018 at The Reserve Gold Club and Vineyard. See the attached Save The Date flyer for more information.
  • Professional Scholarship for 2018 RIMS National Conference

    The Oregon risk management community is invited to nominate a professional member for a scholarship to attend the 2018 RIMS National Conference from April 15-18, 2018 in San Antonio, Texas. The nominee must be an Oregon Chapter Corporate Professional Member, and strong candidates will have made meaningful contributions to the Oregon risk management community and/or the Oregon RIMS chapter.

    Expenses covered by this scholarship include: Conference Registration Fee, Hotel Room Rate (including taxes but not incidentals), Travel Expenses up to $350, Meals up to $30/day; up to a total maximum award of $1,500.  

    Nominate a fellow risk professional by December 13, 2017 using the attached application.
  • November Board Meeting Minutes

    Attached are the meetings from November's meeting of the board.

RISK News

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  • MONTREAL – More than 300 risk management professionals and students attended the 2018 RIMS ERM Conference on Monday and Tuesday in an effort to gain insight from, and network with, the industrys enterprise risk management leaders. Wisdom, data, and motivation within Continue reading

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