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RIMS Educational Seminars

FEBRUARY 4 - 6 DALLAS

FUNDAMENTALS OF INSURANCE

This course covers the basics of commercial insurance ranging from the essential elements of the insurance transaction to commercial fire and commercial liability insurance contracts. This course is designed for those with little exposure to insurance or those newly placed in risk management or insurance administration positions. Contact: RIMS' Professional Development Department, 212.655.6212 or www.rims.org.

FEBRUARY 11 - 13 ORLANDO, FLORIDA

TECHNIQUES OF RISK MANAGEMENT

This course, both theoretical and practical, is intended for those new to the profession or those seeking a comprehensive review of the fundamentals. The course delves into a broad spectrum of risk management topics--the risk of management processes, risk administration, risk assessment, risk control and risk financing--and offers practical applications and timely solutions. Contact: RIMS' Professional Development Department, 212.655.6212 or www.rims.org.

Conferences

JANUARY 10- 12 NEW YORK

FULL SPECTRUM OF ERGONOMICS: FROM THEORY TO PRACTICE

The Occupational and Industrial Orthopaedic Center and the Graduate Program of Ergonomics and Biomechanics of New York University are hosting this third annual ergonomics course. This multidisciplinary course is intended for those who are responsible for the prevention and treatment of musculoskeletal disorders and injuries in the workplace, including ergonomists, occupational safety and health practitioners, industrial hygienists, physicians, physical and occupational therapists, rehabilitation engineers, industrial and design engineers, loss control managers and human resource managers. As part of the course, the participants will have an opportunity to take a written examination given by the Oxford Research Institute that can be applied toward obtaining the certified industrial ergonomist designation. Contact: David Goldsheyder, 212.255.6690 or dg28@nyu.edu.

JANUARY 28 - 30 NEW YORK

CRITICAL SKILLS FOR MANAGERS: BEYOND THE BASICS

This workshop, offered by Cornell University's School of Industrial and Labor Relations, is intended to benefit supervisors and managers who know the fundamentals of supervising and managing and want to enhance their management skills beyond the basics. …

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