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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.
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.
This is part three of a four-part series on catastrophe response during a pandemic. The second article examined human resources considerations.
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.
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Our risk control programs
help curb costs because they are designed specifically for county operations.
We assign each county a team of experienced professionals
to assist you with your risk management needs.
Risk assessments, consultations and training sessions are available as needed and at no charge.
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