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Achievement in Risk Management

The OR-PRIMA Board of Directors is proud to announce the recipients of the first annual Achievement in Risk Management award.  The City of Ashland's Fire and Rescue Department received the award for its preparation of city personnel, city businesses, and the citizens of Ashland for al types of emergencies.  This was achieved through its "Ashland Is Ready, Community Emergency Response Team (CERT), Employee Emergency Response Team (EERT), and Emergency Prepared Business (EPB) programs.  Congratulations and thank you to the City of Ashland Fire and Rescue Department.

The Board was also honored to have Fire Chief John Karns and CERT Coordinator Terri Eubanks present "Employee Emergency Response Training" for our opening session of the Fall Conference.

In addition to the beautiful award it received, the City of Ashland will also receive a free registration to OR-PRIMA's 2015 Fall Conference.  For further information on the award and how to nominate a deserving individual/entity see our Resources tab.

Risk Management Certification

Oregon PRIMA, in conjunction with City County Insurance Services, is happy to annouce our new Risk Management Certification Program.  For more information about this new designation, please review the informational Risk Management Certification PowerPoint or contact Gary Hales.

If you would like to submit an application to partcipate in this program please complete the Risk Management Certification Application and submit to the contact at the bottom of the form.  

Thank you for your interest in this exciting new program brought to you by City County Insurance Services and Oregon PRIMA.  

What's New!

As the community in the small town of Oso, Washington, continues to deal with the devastating property and human losses from the March 22 landslide that hit it, some are turning their thoughts to the potential liability for the tragedy.  Could a local government have legal responsibility for a case such as this?  The following link provides some thought-provoking analysis:

Could county, loggers be liable in mudslide?

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Brown & Brown Northwest

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MacColl Busch Sato, PC

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Miller & Wagner, LLP

Sather, Byerly & Holloway, LLP

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