What does Risk Management do?

Simply put, the Office of Risk Management and Insurance works to protect the University, its employees, and students from risks of financial loss or injury by continually identifying, analyzing, evaluating, and treating potential loss exposures.

Contact the Office of Risk Management and Insurance when one of the following is applicable and necessary:

  • Risk Assessment

    • provide guidance with identifying units' specific risks and help develop mitigating techniques for those risks

  • Claims Management

    • act as a customer advocate by providing consultative services between the University clients and the University insurance provider

  • Risk Transfer - Certificates of Insurance

    • the purchase of insurance (if applicable)

    • ensure Certificates meet required coverage and wording

  • Contract Review

    • ensure statutory limits are met by third parties, in writing, and the obligations of the University to third parties can be met

  • Insurance Placement & Record Management

    • placement must be coordinated by the NCAIA and the office of Risk Management and Insurace

  • Risk Financing Strategies

    • help evaluate potential premium implications

  • Insurance Premium Costs Allocation

  • Provide Risk Management Consultation

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