TAC Risk Management Pool (TAC RMP) members have access to training and educational programs to help them increase safety awareness and improve their risk management programs. Training is provided to Pool members at no additional cost.
Regional Pool Workshops and County Management and Risk Conference
Learn about risk and how to manage it by attending free workshops at locations around Texas or at a free, two-day annual conference. These events are open to all TAC members.
2018 Employee Safety Equipment Program
Members in the Workers’ Compensation Program received funding during the summer of 2018 to select safety equipment from two online stores, a Road and Bridge/Building Maintenance Store and a Law Enforcement Store. The details of the 2019 program will be announced during the County Management and Risk Conference, April 10-12, in San Marcos.
All TAC members can participate in a number of webinars offered throughout the year. Webinar topics range from employment law to risk management. See upcoming webinars.
Safety E-Learning through Summit Training
TAC RMP Members participating in the Workers’ Compensation Program have access to free online training and risk control courses for county officials and staff. Courses can be taken 24/7 from any computer with internet access. Contact your Human Resources Consultant to learn more.
Resource Library Catalog
This extensive library includes videos (DVD and VHS formats) on safety, human resources, management and law enforcement topics. It is an excellent resource to supplement ongoing safety programs. Members in the Workers’ Compensation, Public Officials Liability, Law Enforcement Liability, General Liability or Auto Liability programs have access. Download the catalog, which includes procedures for ordering.
TAC offers driving, fire extinguisher and resistance response training that uses simulators to help provide realistic experiences to participants.
Driving Simulator Training
Members participating in the Automobile Liability and Workers’ Compensation programs have access to this training. Learn more.
Laser-Driven Fire Extinguisher Simulator Training
Members participating in the Workers’ Compensation and Property programs can participate in this training. The simulator uses a laser to replicate extinguisher discharge and does not leave a residue as with a dry-chemical or CO2 extinguisher. Participants can simulate class A, B and C fires. This ensures trainees are prepared for a real fire. Contact Simulator Program Supervisor Darren Jackson for more information.
Resistance Response Simulator
Members in the Law Enforcement Liability Program have access to this training, which helps county law enforcement officers who encounter volatile situations typical in law enforcement operations. Learn more.