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Winterize your people and property

November 09, 2021| Risk Management News

On the heels of a bitter winter earlier this year, Texas counties should start preparing for another bout of cold weather in the coming months.

Prepare for Busy 2021 Hurricane Season

April 30, 2021| Risk Management News

The 2021 hurricane season — which kicks off June 1 — is expected to be another busy one for Texas, meaning counties should start preparing early for disastrous weather.

How to spot hail damage: A checklist

March 24, 2021| Risk Management News

Roof hail damage can be hard to spot, especially if you’ve never seen it before. But if your roof has been damaged by hail, your building may be vulnerable to roof leaks and rapid deterioration of your roofing systems.

Urgent Cybersecurity Alert

December 29, 2020| Risk Management News

Urgent Notification: Recommended Mitigation of SolarWinds Orion Platform Compromise

Election unrest: Are you prepared?

October 21, 2020| Risk Management News

Early voting has begun in Texas. Many counties are seeing not only a record number of registered voters but also record turnouts at polling locations. Lines of voters waiting to cast a ballot have been seen wrapping around buildings or city blocks, and in some locations, those waits can be a couple of hours.

Smart planning can help keep voters and staff safe during the elections

October 16, 2020| Risk Management News

As counties prepare for the Nov. 3 general election, they should understand these key points about the election workers they employ to work the polls.

Proper storage of voting machines important

October 16, 2020| Risk Management News

Texas counties are generally responsible for election management and costs. Among these important responsibilities are the proper storage and maintenance of expensive voting machines.

Are election workers county employees?

October 01, 2020| Risk Management News

As counties prepare for the Nov. 3 general election, they should understand these key points about the election workers they employ to work the polls.

Assist and document: Best response to a slip, trip and fall

August 18, 2020| Risk Management News

One of the most common claims for TAC Risk Management Pool members is the slip, trip and fall. This elusive, gravity-enabled exposure frustrates even our most seasoned risk control consultants!

What does human resources do?

August 18, 2020| Risk Management News

Human resources (HR) is a set of people in an organization who are responsible for a variety of functions.

Texas Department of State Health Services' hazard communication notifications and how TAC can help

August 13, 2020| Risk Management News

Throughout 2019, many county judges and other county officials received notifications from the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) about the Texas Hazard Communication Act (THCA).

Kleberg County: Property Claims Success Stories, Part 4

August 05, 2020| Risk Management News

This is part four of a four-part series that examines specific property claims filed by TAC Risk Management Pool (TAC RMP) members and their outcomes.

Chambers County: Property Claims Success Stories, Part 3

July 29, 2020| Risk Management News

This is part three of a four-part series that examines specific property claims filed by TAC Risk Management Pool (TAC RMP) members and their outcomes.

Coverage Tip: Identify permanently attached equipment on your vehicles

July 27, 2020| Risk Management News

The white and black vehicles pictured here look similar and share many assembly components, but upon close examination, you can expect the white vehicle to be far more expensive and complicated to replace should you have to file an auto physical damage claim.

Calhoun County: Property Claims Success Stories, Part 2

July 22, 2020| Risk Management News

This is part two of a four-part series that examines specific property claims filed by TAC Risk Management Pool (TAC RMP) members and their outcomes.

Wharton County: Property Claims Success Stories, Part 1

July 15, 2020| Risk Management News

This is part one of a four-part series that examines specific property claims filed by TAC Risk Management Pool members and their outcomes.

Incident Report vs. Pre-Claim Assistance?

July 09, 2020| Risk Management News

Oftentimes I receive calls from members questioning whether an "incident" is reportable or not, and whether it's worth it to actually make a claim vs. letting an incident blow over with time, and spare a deductible expense.

Claims: Catastrophe Response during a Pandemic, Part 4

July 01, 2020| Risk Management News

This is part four of a four-part series on catastrophe response during a pandemic. The third article in the series covered law enforcement and emergency response.

Law Enforcement and Emergency Response: Catastrophe Response during a Pandemic, Part 3

June 24, 2020| Risk Management News

This is part three of a four-part series on catastrophe response during a pandemic. The second article examined human resources considerations.

Willacy County Deputy Uses TAC RMP-funded Safety Equipment to Help Accident Victim

June 23, 2020| Risk Management News

A Willacy County sheriff's deputy used safety equipment purchased through the TAC Risk Management Pool's (TAC RMP) 2019 Safety Equipment Program (SEP) to save a county resident's life in April.

HR's Role: Catastrophe Response During a Pandemic, Part 2

June 10, 2020| Risk Management News

This is part two of a four-part series on catastrophe response during a pandemic. The first article examined safety considerations.

Auto Accidents Whether Great or Small, Report Them All!

June 09, 2020| Risk Management News

Being in an auto accident can be stressful. But knowing what to do if an accident occurs can make the situation more manageable and ensure a smooth claims process with the TAC Risk Management Pool (TAC RMP).

Safety: Catastrophe Response during a Pandemic, Part 1

June 04, 2020| Risk Management News

This is part one of a four-part series on catastrophe response during a pandemic. Responding to the COVID-19 pandemic has occupied most of our energy and time. Many have not had an opportunity to think about preparing for a hurricane or other catastrophe.

Texas Hail No!

May 29, 2020| Risk Management News

It’s that time of year again when Texas has the potential to experience severe hailstorms.

Coping with Texas Summer Heat

May 26, 2020| Risk Management News

When you think of summertime in Texas, your thoughts may turn to fun activities like going to a beach, floating a river, or attending a Fourth of July celebration, a water melon thump or a baseball game.


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