In this installment of the MCC Webinar series John Greenburg, Risk Control Specialist walks you through the various web-based tools that are at available to assist you and your staff in your efforts to minimize risk and prevent loss.
John Greenburg and Vince Andrews present a video from Travelers’ Insurance Company on minimizing risks of idle buildings. Many of our buildings that were once used frequently are now sitting idle during the pandemic. This webinar will discuss potential hazards of idle buildings and provide recommendations on how to manage them.
In this final webinar of the series, John Greenburg highlights several emerging issues for which our locations need to prepare and discusses ways to further minimize existing risks. He also presents the ins and outs of Special Events Insurance specifically detailing when it is or isn’t necessary to purchase. Finally, he shared the many online resources available to our locations that can help with our daily safety and risk management responsibilities, focusing especially on our Learning Management System and the Travelers’ Risk Control website. The slideshow used in this webinar is also available for download.
In Part 2 of 3 of the PLFP webinar series presented by John Greenburg, we discuss the importance of keeping claims to a minimum and reporting them early to Gallagher Bassett to keep claim costs down. We also examine how to identify risks that can exist around us and our facilities and provide a better understanding of the most common recommendations we make to our locations. The slideshow used in this webinar is also available for download.
This is Part 1 of 3 of the Protected Loss Fund Program webinar series presented by John Greenburg. Topics include overview of the PLFP and a summary of all its coverages, the various services we provide as part of the program, and a discussion on the costs and layers that make up the program structure. The slideshow used in this webinar is also available for download.
This webinar provides information on how to prevent inevitable risks during the winter months and an overview of the Travelers’ Risk Control website.
Risk Control and Loss Prevention Specialist John Greenburg leads this discussion of MCC’s Protected Loss Fund Program, special event insurance coverage, and provisions that apply to the clergy auto program.
We are excited to now offer online Special Events Application submissions. This process will be much more efficient and no longer requires the triplicate form to be mailed, reviewed, processed, and sent back. Learn more…
"Beginning October 17, 2016, funding will become available for the statewide school drinking water quality program. The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) in cooperation with the Michigan Department of Education (MDE) will reimburse public schools and registered nonpublic schools up to $950 per school building for drinking water testing, fixture replacements, plumbing assessments, or filter purchases for expense incurred between July 1, 2016, and September 30, 2017. Eligible districts will apply through the Michigan Electronic Grants System Plus (MEGS+). Once the application is approved, districts will be able to request reimbursement through the Cash Management System (CMS). Registered Nonpublic Schools are required to have reported in MEGS+ for the 2016–17 school year to be considered eligible." Read the official State of Michigan memorandum. Read the relevant section of Public Act 258 of 2016…
Effective currently, the Michigan Catholic Conference now includes a Travel Assistance Plan within the Protected Loss Fund Program. The program is completely free for travel participants and includes all priests, religious, clergy, students, volunteers, employees and Guests who are in Active Service. Please review the Policy Details of this coverage and familiarize yourself with the benefits it provides. Every travel participant should be given a copy of the Travel Assistance Program Handout for quick reference and guidance in case of an incident during a trip. If you have any questions, please refer to the Travel Accident Policy FAQs or contact us.
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