Risky Business

Risky Business is The Trust’s Member Newsletter. It is published and mailed to Trust Members quarterly. Risky Business covers news about public liability, insurance, and risk management. Click on the links below to view newsletter issues.

Fall 2017

This issue of Risky Business features articles on WorkSmart21 Making Strides in Right Direction, Health Matters Thriving, Now Standalone Wellness Program, OSHA Fundamentals Program Proving Valuable Offering, Drug & Alcohol Consortium Result 2016, Trust Ears Superior Worksite Wellness Award, More Pre-Placement Physical Locations Now Available, Trust Talk, Trust News   View pdf File

Spring 2017

This issue of Risky Business features articles on New OSHA Public Sector Safety & Health Fundamentals Program, Use of Force Policy Update Complete with Help of Law Enforcement Community, Feet First Takes its First Steps to Wellness, OPEB Program Reaches Milestones Prepares for GASB 75, Liability Claims Audit Once Again Yields Positive Results, First Ever Health Matters Wellness Roundtable, Trust Celebrates 30 Years at Annual Dinner Meeting, 14th Annual Loss Prevention Awards Recognizes Success, Trust News   View pdf File

Fall 2016

This issue of Risky Business features articles on The Trust's 30th Anniversary Celebration, New Policy Changes for 2016-2017 Policy Year, Health Matters Year in Review, RI's New Identity Theft Act, OPEB Funding Program Marks 1 Year Milestone, Trust Launches New Online Claims Portal, Trust in the Community, Trust News   View pdf File

Spring 2016

This issue of Risky Business features articles on Health Matters Forges Ahead with Great Success, Participation Continues to Grow in Trust OPEB Funding Program, Trust Institutes CAT Response Team, Be Advised - No Coverage for BMX Facilities, Back by Popular Demand - SMI Back in Session, Changes to Property Deductible Billing Process, Commendations Abound for Trust's 29th Annual Dinner Meeting, Trustee and Board Officer Election Results, Loss Prevention Luncheon Recognizes Excellence, PPACA Update, Trust News   View pdf File

Fall 2015

This issue of Risky Business features articles on Trust OPEB Funding Program Off to Great Start, Catastrophic Property Insurance Enhancements, Introduction of Health Matters, WorkSmart21 Revitalized to More Effectively Reduce Work Injuries, Trust in the Community Kicks Off, Prepare Your Buidings for Upcoming Winter, Legislative Update, Trust News.   View pdf File

Spring 2015

This issue of Risky Business features articles on The Trust OPEB Funding Program Open for Business, Premium Outlook PY15-16, Harsh Winter Keeps Claim Dept. Busy, School Custodian to Pay Restitution to Trust in Workers' Comp Fraud, Leaders Recognized at 12th Annual Loss Prevention Awards Luncheon, Wellness Program Now Available to All Trust Health Pool Members, Drug & Alcohol Consortium Results for 2014, Rave Reviews as SMI Graduates Another Class, Trust News   View pdf File

Winter 2015

This issue of Risky Business features articles on Trust Quick Response to Easton's Beach Fire, Annual Dinner Gets Rave Reviews and Lots of Laughs, City of Warwick Presented Inaugural Thomas E. Dwyer Wellness Program Award, Look No Further: Value-Added Services Available to Health Pool Members, New Preferred Provider Network (PPN) Now Available, Members on Notice to Report, Secure and Maintain Vacant and Abandoned Buildings, Ian Ridlon Appointed to Workers' Comp Advisory Council, Municipal Owned Streetlight Liability - Members Must Notify The Trust, Trust News.   View pdf File

Summer 2014

This issue of Risky Business features articles on Trust Membership and Coverage Update for New Policy Year, Safety Roundtable, Trust Participation in Governor's Committee Addressing Overdoses, Trust Continued Support of In-State Police Accreditation, 2014 SMI Graduates, Final 2013-2014 Scholarships Awarded, Trust Talk: Liquor Liability and TULIP Policies, Save the Date - Member Appreciation Open House, Trust News   View pdf File

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