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OFFICE

Mon-Fri 9:00AM - 5:00PM
201 South Roop Street,
Carson City, NV 89701

RISK MANAGEMENT SERVICES

We offer a full range of risk management services for your organization.

POOL/PACT provides funding for various risk reduction/mitigation programs.

These include Risk Management Grants and Risk Management Education Grants. The Educational Grant program may be applied for any time of the year. Funds may be used to attend a risk management seminar or conference such as AGRIP, PRIMA, PARMA, SHRM, or ASSE. These funds may also be used to host risk management-centered training at the member’s location or attending web-based trainings. Risk Management Grants are available for general risk management/reduction projects such as purchasing equipment that promotes employee or premises safety, purchase of equipment or materials that facilitate OSHA or other regulatory compliance.

e-learning
program

Robust learning management system and a suite of over 50 custom-designed courses by certified instructional designers.

  • OSHA-related courses
  • Injury prevention courses
  • School-specific topics
  • Human Resources topics
  • Track instructor-led training
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Inspections, training, audits

Numerous on-site inspections and audits for members to help reduce accidents and risks.

  • Playground & Parks Safety Surveys
  • Workstation Ergonomic Evaluations
  • Confined Space Risk Assessments
  • Facility Surveys
  • Fire Extinguisher Education
  • Respirator Fit Testing and Education
  • CPR/First Aid/AED Education and Training

Additional Training Programs

POOL/PACT offers extensive on-site training programs to our members.

  • Accident investigation training
  • Thermal imaging of electrical and mechanical components
  • Back safety and lifting
  • Defensive/distracted driver education
  • Workplace violence
  • Personal protective equipment
  • Emergency preparedness
  • Workplace violence

Additional Training and Safety Programs for POOL/PACT members

Hazard Communications: Chemicals pose a wide range of health and physical hazards.  Hazard Communications is training designed to ensure that information about these hazards and associated protective measures are known.  POOL/PACT provides members with a subscription service to EHS/Velocity – MSDS Online, which is an on-line service to identify, control, and monitor all on-site hazardous materials.

Bloodborne Pathogens:  Participants learn how bloodborne pathogens are spread and how to prevent exposure incidents by following work practice controls. Topics include engineering controls, PPE, personal hygiene, cleaning/disinfecting equipment and supplies; and recognizing, reporting, and following up on employee exposures to infectious materials.   POOL/PACT can assist a member with establishing an Exposure Safety Plan.

Lockout/Tagout Training: Lockout/Tagout training covers the servicing and maintenance of machines and equipment in which the unexpected energization or startup of the machines or equipment, or release of stored energy, could harm employees.  This standard/training establishes minimum performance requirements for the control of hazardous energy.

Electrical Safety: Working with electricity can be dangerous.  Electricity can be a serious workplace hazard.  Electrical Safety training is necessary to educate and protect employees exposed to dangers such as electric shock, electrocution, fires, and exposures.  POOL/PACT can also provide infrared heat inspections to discover failing electrical systems.

Safety Program and Committee Training: Generally, Nevada employers with 10 or more employees are required to have a Written Workplace Safety Program.  Employers with 25 or more employees are required to have a Safety Committee.  POOL/PACT can assist with review, updating, or implementing a Safety Program for any of its members.

Loss Control Excellence Program:  Each member is served by a dedicated loss control representative who is available to meet with the member and explore various loss control strategies appropriate for their given operations. The Loss Control Excellence Program (LCEP) involves a rigorous review of the member’s policies and procedures geared towards the reduction of loss.  Members who complete the program receive a cash award and a plaque representing their commitment to implementing effective loss control measures.    Additionally, upon completion of the LCEP, the member may appoint a representative to sit on the Loss Control Committee and participate in development of loss control programs.  

24/7/365 WC Triage Health Services Program.  This is a PACT program which provides workers compensation triage health services to improve outcomes, service levels, and access to care.  The program uses trained professional staff to interact with managers and supervisors from start to finish on appropriate incidents. It is designed to assist and guide the manager/supervisor with assessing an on-the-job injury and procedures for doing so.     
Diet/Nutrition/Portion Control: Portion control is an important concept when you are trying to lose weight and keep it off.  Education and training can assist employees with tools to implement appropriate serving sizes.
Cardiovascular Disease and Lung Health:  POOL/PACT partners with Specialty Health to identify high-risk individuals and develop a plan to address and resolve risk factors and provide multiple resources to return individuals to good health.
Stress Management: Stress management involves controlling and reducing the tension that occurs in stressful situations by making emotional and physical changes.  The degree of stress and the desire to make the change will determine how much improvement takes place.
Weight and The Workforce: Understanding the importance of weight management is critical to a healthy lifestyle.  Proper nutrition and diet training can greatly improve the quality of life.

POOL/PACT can provide comprehensive aquatic facility and program assessments.  Such assessments will assist pool directors/supervisors with maintaining proper pool documentation (permits, inspections, operations manuals, emergency procedures, operator certifications, lifeguard certifications, accident reports, and inspection logs; emergency procedure and lifeguard skill assessments; employee chemical safety training; fencing, volunteer policies, premises assessment,  water chemistry, equipment inspections, ladders, steps, and boards; pool decking review; pool safety equipment; and compliance with Nevada Administrative code.  POOL/PACT also sponsors an annual Aquatics Risk Management seminar.

POOL/PACT has partnered with the Legal Liability Risk Management Institute (LLRMI).  LLRMI is a network of risk management professionals dedicated to enhancing professionalism, effectiveness, and risk management of public safety/criminal justice through training, policies, procedures, and legal support.  It provides a team approach when assisting Nevada law enforcement agencies and can address specific needs through a network of legal experts on state and federal standards as well as subject matter experts in accepted practices for law enforcement, jails/corrections, and other areas of public safety and criminal justice.

POOL/PACT provides its members with a vast array of information and programs for cyber security services and provides advice and information in support of data protection and cyber security enhancement which includes help with strengthening physical, personnel, administrative, and operations through a variety of training, policies, and procedures.  These policies will enhance the security postures for each member organization.  POOL/PACT can also provide cyber security event hotline services.

Development of NRS required School Safety and Emergency Operations Plans; updating and standardizing individual emergency management and training programs; providing best practices in the FEMA Guide for High Quality School Emergency Operations Plans, Homeland Security Presidential Directive; providing Hazard Vulnerability Assessment and Report.

Investigating Crimes Against Children: From a Prosecutor’s and Cop’s Perspective
Dealing with Legislative Changes in Harassment/Bullying for School Districts 

INFORMATION

For more information regarding any of POOL/PACT's risk management programs for members, contact:

Marshall Smith
Risk Manager
Email: marshallsmith@poolpact.com Phone: 775-885-7475

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