NLC-RISC is the National League of Cities Risk Information Sharing Consortium, a membership association of municipal league intergovernmental risk-sharing pools in thirty-four states, British Columbia and Alberta Canada. The mission of NLC-RISC is to facilitate information sharing between pools, provide staff and trustee training on pooling operations and risk management issues, and develop programs and information that support effective and efficient pool operations and member service delivery.
NLC-RISC member pools offer property, liability, workers' compensation, unemployment, and/or employee benefit programs to their combined 16,000+ member cities, towns, counties and other local government entities.
The Disaster Recovery Program, a subscription program for NLC-RISC member pools, provides municipal members insured through the pool with expedited access at pre-negotiated rates to business continuity resources in the event of a local emergency or disaster. The program is offered in partnership with Agility Recovery Solutions.
TULIP provides inexpensive insurance for individuals and groups renting city property for special events. TULIP covers liability for bodily injury to third parties, as well as the user's liability for damage to the city's property. Liquor liability coverage is available if needed. TULIP provides cities, tenant users and risk pools with a coverage solution for what otherwise might be claims against the city. For more information about TULIP contact Claire Reiss.
The Service Line Warranty Program is an NLC value-added program that protects residents against the high cost of repairing or replacing broken or leaking water or sewer lines on their property. The program benefits cities and risk pools by reducing complaints and providing a source of funding for repairs.
NLC Mutual Insurance Company (NLC Mutual) is a member-owned captive reinsurance company founded in 1986. NLC Mutual reinsures general and automobile liability, workers' compensation and property programs for its 27 member pools.
Below is a listing of job opportunities in governmental entity risk pools and/or risk management. To post a position contact Erin Rian.
NLC Mutual and NLC-RISC are currently recruiting for a shared Senior Program Coordinator position. This position will be responsible for overall support of shared NLC Mutual and NLC-RISC activities and staff: including member communications, support for NLC Mutual board meetings NLC-RISC conferences, content development and logistical support for all other NLC-RISC programs. The position will report to the President of NLC Mutual. Additional information can be found here.
The Municipal Association of South Carolina is accepting applications for the position of loss control manager. Minimum requirements include a bachelor's degree in business administration, public administration, risk management or a closely related field; master's degree preferred. Qualified candidates will have the experience necessary to oversee all safety training for member municipalities, member training for the Risk Management Institute, online training initiatives, webinar development, loss experience review with member municipalities, and informational and educational material development. The position also requires some travel. Preferred candidates will have at least 10 years of risk management experience. Management experience is required. Qualified candidates will also have strong relationship building, presentation, customer service and problem solving skills. Position reports to the director of risk management services. Excellent benefits package, including SC State Retirement and wellness program. Salary: Negotiable DOQ. Mail or email resume and cover letter to email@example.com or Summer Randall, PO Box 12109, Columbia, SC 29211. EOE.
The NLC-RISC Trustee Conference provides trustees and pool administrators of state municipal league pools the opportunity to learn about industry trends, programs, services and pooling best practices, as well as opportunities to network with peers from across the country.
The NLC-RISC Staff Conference Provides staff of state municipal league-sponsored risk pools with the opportunity to learn about trends, programs, services and best practices in a variety of coverage lines and functional areas, and offers a great opportunity to network with pool staff from across the country ~ all in a non-competitive, collaborative environment!
The TML Risk Management Pool (TN) is hosting this year's regional meeting. For meeting details, please contact Michael Fann.
Essentials in Risk Pool Management is a one-course certificate program, developed through a collaboration of NLC-RISC, the Association of Governmental Risk Pools (AGRiP), California Association of Joint Powers Authorities (CAJPA) and Insurance Educational Association (IEA). The curriculum provides a risk pool participant with theoretical and practical knowledge, which provides a solid foundation to successfully work within or manage the risk pool. Completion of Essentials in Risk Pool Management satisfies one of the five required courses for the Associate in Risk Pool Management Designation. The cost to NLC-RISC members is $399. Online courses start February 6, 2014. Register today!
A largely self-directed program, the Associate in Risk Management designation curriculum provides risk pool managers and prospective risk pool managers with theoretical and practical knowledge needed to successfully manage the risk pool.
The RISC Report is a monthly electronic newsletter that is distributed to league pool administrators and subscribed staff members. To subscribe to the RISC Report, please contact Erin Rian at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The RISC Report contains news of interest to state league intergovernmental risk pools, such as new and innovative programs recently initiated by league pools, activities at NLC-RISC, NLC Mutual and NLC affecting or involving state league pools, and articles on important pooling issues.
League pools are invited to suggest topics or submit articles to Erin Rian at email@example.com.
The Directory of State League Risk Pools is being updated and will be available soon. Please contact Erin Rian with questions.
An e-mail list (listserv) is a list of e-mail addresses of people interested in a certain subject. Each listserv has its own address for distribution among its members. NLC-RISC has created the following listservs available only to NLC-RISC member league and pool staff:
NLC-RISC also sponsors a listserv in coordination with the Association of Governmental Risk Pools (AGRiP) on the topic of health care reform, open to any pool whether or not sponsored by a state municipal league. In addition, other topical listservs are available through NLC and may be of interest to NLC-RISC members. A list can be found under State Municipal Leagues.
Pool staff are encouraged to participate in multiple listservs as appropriate for their function. Any listserv subscriber can submit content or reply to content posted. Any message posted to the listserv will be distributed to every other member of the listserv.
To subscribe to any NLC-RISC listserv, contact Erin Rian at firstname.lastname@example.org.