The New York Alliance Risk Advisory Committee (RAC)

    The RAC is a committee comprised of NY Alliance members interested in working on resources that will benefit all members in controlling losses and reportable incidents while improving quality outcomes.

    Risk Management is the process by which significant risks are identified, evaluated and controlled.  It's about making the most of opportunities, making the right decisions and achieving pre-determined objectives.  Risk management is a process that identifies loss exposures faced by an organization and select the most appropriate techniques or solutions for treating those exposures.  It is an essential part of a non-profit organization.  It also ensures that the non-profit’s actions will not impair the people it is supporting, the public, and the organization’s employees and volunteers.

    Top 10 Risks Identified by New York Alliance Members:

    1. Moving and handling of people and objects
    2. Personal Hygiene, Infection Control, and Med Admin
    3. Personal Safety and Working Alone (1:1) & Residential
    4. Fire Safety
    5. Food Safety and Hygiene
    6. Emergency Protocols (Disasters) & Crisis Management
    7. Risk Assessments and Safety Hazards (AUTO)(CHOICE) (Other?)
    8. Cyber risks for people working utilizing computers
    9. Use of chemicals and waste disposal
    10. Security Measures (A.C.T.)(A.L.I.C.E.) and Visitors (WVP)

     

    RESOURCES:

    RECORDED WEBINARS:
    March 2018: Workplace Violence Prevention in Human Service Agencies
    Presented by: Thomas Ess, Associate Vice President, Residential Services, People, Inc.
    The first part of this webinar includes a discussion about what options exist for agencies to deliver proactive strategies for handling instances of workplace violence, active shooter or violent intruder incidents. In addition, Thomas discussed some of the unique challenges human service agencies face in implementing active shooter or violent intruder response. The second part of this webinar addressed the emerging challenges posed by OSHA requirements to create and maintain protections for staff that are subject to acts of violence by individuals they serve. This webinar also included a discussion on how to create a robust Workplace Violence Prevention program that endeavors to satisfy those mandates. 
    RECORDING  |  POWERPOINT  |  ABOUT THE PRESENTER

    Personal Auto Use Information
    Safe Driving Commitment Form  |  Driver Safety Orientation Checklist
    Non-Owned Vehicle Authorization and Operation Form
    CFS Hired and Non-Owned Vehicles  |  Non-Owned Auto Loss Prevention Checklist
    Vehicle Inspection Report Form

        
    The New York Alliance Risk Advisory Committee (RAC) sincerely thanks Rose & Kiernan, Inc. & Nationwide for supporting the mission of the New York Alliance and helping to make this committee and all of its offerings possible.