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Thank you for another successful year of the LI RIMS Chapter.
We hope you have enjoyed the monthly programs that our Chapter has offered so far this year!

As you know, the Long Island Chapter hosts periodic meetings designed to provide the risk management, insurance and benefits community a presentation on a relevant topic which
will enhance their knowledge of the industry and further the relationships that are important to finding the best combination of services and products for their companies.

2017-18 Long Island Chapter RIMS Programming Topics
(General Themes)

Underwriting & the Renewal Process 
Health Insurance & Employee Benefits 
Workers' Compensation
Insurance Industry Outlook for 2018
Safety/Loss Control
Management Liability
Property Insurance 
Casualty Insurance
Cyber Liability & Insurance Coverage 

 If not already submitted, we are inviting you to submit a proposal for one, or more, of these themes...or welcome your suggestion of another topic
Since many of these are very broad in nature, your proposal may be for a specific aspect of the theme.
We are asking that you prepare a short description of the presentation for those themes you would like to present.

The speaker(s) will be allotted approximately 40 minutes for their presentation, with an additional 5 minutes at the end to talk about their firm's services and/or products.

Please submit your responses to 
info@lirims.org  no later than August 1, 2017 to give our Programming Committee time to fully review them. 
The Committee will notify the chosen presenters and will arrange a mutually agreeable date to present.

Thank you for continuing to support our efforts to enhance the knowledge of the risk, insurance and benefits community.  We look forward to hearing from you.

 If you should have any questions, please contact:    

Lee Raynor at 631-812-6278 
or Joe Corigliano at 516-547-3325.





 

  

RIMS strongly believes that the new RIMS-Certified Risk Management Professional (RIMS-CRMP) certification can be a great resource for interested Professional Members to take advantage of now and in the future. The RIMS-CRMP is a credential that demonstrates your achievement of risk management competencies, knowledge and commitment to quality.  It represents the standard of education, experience and ethics that the discipline requires.

 Visit our MEETINGS & EVENTS - LOCAL RISK MANAGEMENT EVENTS page to learn more about this new
RIMS-Certified Risk Management Professional (RIMS-CRMP) Program.

Click Here To Download PDF with full Certification Details

 

 

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Session Proposals

SUBMIT A PRESENTATION PROPOSAL

As you know, the Long Island Chapter hosts periodic meetings designed to provide the risk management, insurance and benefits community a presentation on a relevant topic which will enhance their knowledge of the industry and further the relationships that are important to finding the best combination of services and products for their companies.

 

 

2017-18 LONG ISLAND CHAPTER RIMS PROGRAMMING TOPICS

(GENERAL THEMES)


Underwriting & the Renewal ProcesS

Health Insurance & Employee Benefits 

Workers' Compensation 

Insurance Industry Outlook for 2018

Safety/Loss Control

Management Liability

Property Insurance

Casualty Insurance

Cyber Liability & Insurance Coverage 

  

If not already submitted, we are inviting you to submit a proposal for one, or more, of these themes...or welcome your suggestion of another topic.  Since many of these are very broad in nature, your proposal may be for a specific aspect of the theme.  We are asking that you prepare a short description of the presentation for those themes you would like to present. 

The speaker(s) will be allotted approximately 40 minutes for their presentation, with an additional 5 minutes at the end to talk about their firm's services and/or products.

Please submit your responses to 
info@lirims.org  no later than August 1, 2017 to give our Programming Committee time to fully review them.  The Committee will notify the chosen presenters and will arrange a mutually agreeable date to present.

Thank you for continuing to support our efforts to enhance the knowledge of the risk, insurance and benefits community.  We look forward to hearing from you.

If you should have any questions, please contact:
Lee Raynor at 631-812-6278 or Joe Corigliano at 516-547-3325.

 

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ANNUAL GOLF & LOBSTER CLASSIC 6/22/17


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FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:

JOE CORIGLIANO (516) 547-3325
PHIL BAUCCIO (631) 859-9342



Chapter Awards

 

 The Long Island Chapter of RIMS is the proud recipient of the 2015 Member Superstar Award.

 

The Long Island Chapter of RIMS was the proud recipient of the 2012 Spencer Educational Foundation 
Badge of Honor for our support of its mission of funding the education of tomorrow’s industry leaders

 

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