TAC's Risk Management Pool Regional Workshops are scheduled around the state and are designed to be a small, intense and topic specific. These one-day sessions will cover the latest in risk control.
Who Should Attend?
Elected and appointed officials, decision-makers for the Pool, risk control and risk managers, safety coordinators, fleet managers, and facilities managers.
This workshop is provided free to county officials and staff.
||Expo Center - Ranch House Meeting Room
Abilene, TX 79602
||Hill Country Youth Event Center
3785 Hwy 27
Kerrville, TX 78028
||Gregg County Ag Extension Office
405 E. Marshall Ave., Suite 101
Longview, TX 75601
3232 Briarcrest Dr.
Bryan, TX 77802
||Registration & Continental Breakfast
||Welcome and Introductions
GPS – Gear, People, and Statute: A Guide to County Fleet Risk Management
Speaker: Isaac Garcia, TAC Senior Risk Control Consultant
Maintaining a vehicle fleet can be one of the riskiest endeavors a county takes on. Yet, this is a risk that counties face every day. To address this risk intelligently, we must avoid the potholes and focus on an efficient route that helps us reduce losses and keeps people safe. This session will map out three areas where counties can begin to mitigate fleet risks: Vehicles, Drivers, and Regulations. Along the way we will discuss new technological "detours" a fleet manager should consider.
An Introduction to Vehicle Collision Investigations
Speakers: Larry Boccaccio, TAC Risk Control Consultant
Jack Coffey, TAC Risk Control Consultant
Vehicle Collision Investigations serve multiple purposes and are a vital part of any county's loss control program. The primary reason to investigate is to determine the cause(s) of the collision and implement corrective actions or preventive measures that may reduce or prevent recurrence. In this session, we will introduce collision investigation techniques, policies, and procedures, tools necessary to complete an investigation, and more.
|11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Behind the Collision: Insider Secrets on What You Can Do to Mitigate the Impact of Auto Losses
Speakers: Helena Barmore, TAC Casualty Claims Supervisor
Steven Sanchez, TAC Claims Examiner
When a collision occurs, your first thoughts are about the people involved and making sure everyone is safe. But in the aftermath, your thoughts will shift to getting your vehicle repaired as soon as possible. The auto industry is under strain and auto repairs are no exception. In this session, you will learn insider secrets about how an auto loss is adjusted, things to consider when selecting a collision repair facility, building relationships with local shops, using replacement parts to repair damage, and more. This session will help you reduce your overall repair costs and get your vehicle back on the road as soon as possible.
Analysis Paralysis: What Your Workers' Compensation Data Is or Isn't Telling You About Your Auto Coverage
Speaker: Joe Szewczyk, TAC Risk Control Consultant
When a collision occurs, your first thoughts may be how is this going to affect your auto coverage. The data may show unexpected effects that reveal the true cost of your auto collisions. In this session, we will discuss how a single collision can impact other lines of coverage such as Workers' Compensation.
||Final Questions & Conclusion
*Agenda subject to change
These one-day meetings are scheduled at locations near your county to allow travel to and from the meeting on the same day. No special arrangements are made for overnight accommodations.
If you do require an overnight stay, we suggest you call a hotel of your choice and ask for the state government rate. The rate is subject to hotel availability.
Please check back for approval updates.
|Continuing Education Type
|County and District Clerks
||Not approved by the Clerks Association
||Not approved by the Tax Assessor-Collectors Association
||Not approved by the Treasurers Association
If you need to cancel your registration, please contact Megan West in the TAC Education Department.