The PRIMA 2022 Annual Conference in San Antonio will offer engaging, important and timely information about and related to public risk management through quality education sessions dedicated to exploring the hottest, cutting-edge topics and issues impacting today's public risk manager. 

The educational sessions are offered as 30-minute cram sessions, traditional 1.25 hour classroom sessions and 2.5 hour in-depth workshops.  Selected sessions are organized by the following tracks:

Advanced Risk Management Adminstration

• Building a Culture of Risk Management
• Conclusive Evidence?: Understanding the Value & Limitations of Video Footage
• Handcuffing the Police: Challenges of Today
• Ingredients for Success: Best Practices for Claim Administrators Working with Their Insurers and Reinsurers
• Make Dynamic Risk-Based Decisions!
• Ransomware, Ransomware and Ransomware!
• The Evolution of ERM: Balancing Context, Strategy and Reality
• What’s Next for Qualified Immunity?


Basic Risk Management Administration

• Award-Winning Ideas and Lessons from PRMYs
• Contractual Risk Transfer (CRT) for Governmental Agencies
• Negotiating 101: Don't Let Your Next Negotiation Sound Like a Sad Country Song
• Recognize, Mobilize, Prioritize: The 10 Risk Families
• State of the Market for Public Entities
• The Risk and Strategy Nexus: the Evolving Role of Risk Leaders in Organizational Success
• Win the Engagement Challenge with Technology

Work-Life Balancing Act


Employee Benefits/Human Resources

• Building a Better Benefit: Incorporating Employee Clinics
• Confronting Landmine Employees and Lovable Under-performers
• Daring to Lead: Motivator or Manager
• Do’s and Don’ts of Cultural Inclusion
• RTW Post-Pandemic: Psychological Considerations
• Straight Talk: Communicating with Honesty, Integrity and Accountability
• Tackling Traumatic Times: A Proactive Approach of Critical Incident Stress Debriefing Promotes Mental Health
• Top Ten Reasons Why Public Employers Are Sued by Their Employees
• Where Have All the Risk Managers Gone?


General Liability/Auto

• 5 Things That Grabs the Media’s Attention After an Officer Involved Shooting
• Fleet Management for Public Entities
• Here Come the Robots: How Technology Will Forever Change Claims Handling.
• Law Enforcement Driving: Why Do We Allow Cops to Drive so Fast?
• Parks & Recreation Exposures and Controls
• Protecting Your Organization in a Digital World
• Risks and Prevention Strategies: Sexual Misconduct Liability
• You’re Filming a TV Show Here!!!



• Guaranteed Cost… Don't Hold Me Captive!: Various Methods of Addressing Your Total Cost of Risk and Risk Financing Options
• How to Win Underwriters and Influence Quotes
• Insurance Requirements in Contracts
• Making Millions Out of Nothing: Subrogation Recognition
• Pools Roundtable
• Property and Casualty Pricing for 2023
• Securing Insurance Coverage for Wrongful Conviction Lawsuits
• Single Parent Captives & Reinsurance
• Why Schools Need to be Thinking About Title IX: Effectively Navigating the Evolving Legal Issues Surrounding Gender Identity


Risk Control

• Addressing the Kahneman “Noise” in Estimating Risk
• Body Worn Camera Video as a Risk Management Tool
• ERM Roundtable
• Jury Selection in Post-Ferguson Law Enforcement Excessive Force Cases
• Key Considerations in High Profile Critical Incidents
• Public Sector Sexual Abuse Claims
• Responding to Critical Incidents Involving the Mentally Ill: What Every Law Enforcement Agency Needs to Know


Workers’ Compensation

• Addressing Public Entities Biggest Workers’ Compensation Challenges
• Post-COVID Lessons Learned: What Has the Pandemic Meant for Workers’ Compensation?
• Presumptions: How They Are Impacting Workers’ Compensation as the Grand Bargain
• The Truth About Lying
• Understanding Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and How Best to Manage It
• Who Really Controls the Costs of Your Pharmacy Benefit Program? Who Should Control It?
• Working Remotely: The Impact on Workers' Compensation
• You Knew the Job Was Dangerous When You Took It!: Why Employees Take Risks



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