Our Next Meeting

October 4, 2022

The Main Event

1815 Broadhollow Rd #6,
Farmingdale, NY 11735

How to Manage Slips, Trips, and Falls

In “How to Manage Slips, Trips and Falls” we will discuss how Biomechanics and Human Factors can play a major part in defense of these claims/allegations. Analysis of the event, as compared to injury mechanisms required to cause claimed injuries, is key in both the liability and damages portions of your matter.

Presented By: Carl Jewell, Ph.D., ARCCA
Vasiliki Kefala, Ph.D., Senior Biomechanist, ARCCA

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Seminars & Special Events Program

Meeting Date



October 4, 2022

Slip, Trip, or Fall Cases: A Biomechanical Engineer’s Perspective
Michael Demsko - ARCCA

The Main Event
Farmingdale, NY

November 1, 2022

Risk Transfer
Catia Alati – Lockton

The Main Event
Farmingdale, NY

December 2022 or January 2023

LIRIMS Holiday Party

The Main Event
Farmingdale, NY

January 31, 2023

Risk in the Supply Chain
Rui Salgado - Expeditors

The Main Event
Farmingdale, NY

February 28, 2023

Easier Than Robbing a Bank – The Social Engineering Fraud Epidemic
Olga Torres – Great America Insurance Group

The Main Event
Farmingdale, NY

April 30- May 3, 2023

RIMS Annual Conference & Exhibition

Atlanta, GA

May 23, 2023

Political Violence Risk
Zoe Towndrow – BPL Global

The Main Event
Farmingdale, NY

June 26, 2023

27th Annual Golf & Lobster Classic

Nissequogue Golf Club
St. James, NY


Letter From the President

August 30, 2022

To the Long Island Risk Management, Insurance, and Benefits Community:

Thank you to those who joined us at the 26th Annual Golf & Lobster Classic for the Long Island Chapter of RIMS. On behalf of the Board of Directors and Chapter Members, we would like to thank all of our Sponsors for their contributions to make this (and all of our events) successful. We greatly appreciate the support you have given us throughout these 25+ years. Our Chapter always enjoys bringing the corporate risk, insurance, and benefits professionals together with the insurers and service providers to share ideas and explore new opportunities.

We would also like to thank the management and staff of the Nissequogue Golf Club for providing its hospitality and service.

We are all volunteers - the Chapter Board members, general members, service providers, and guests. We come to this and other RIMS events voluntarily. The events are only as good as our efforts; those efforts deserve appreciation. Our thanks for doing a great job on this year’s event go to our Chapter Board of Directors & others, among them are: Sue Weingast, Frank Franzini, Rich Serina, Steve Graziano, David Farino, Greg Montenegro, Glenn Femminella, Mark Levine, Matthew Millman, Phil Bauccio, Linda B. Selden-Paduano, and Rachael Fusco. We appreciate their hard work and dedication in organizing and managing this event.

Most importantly, I hope you enjoyed your day of golf and dinner with colleagues, valued clients, and new friends. 

With sincere gratitude,

Joseph A. Corigliano, CPCU, ARM, AIC, RF
President, LI RIMS Chapter
On behalf of the LI RIMS Chapter 

Thank You to Our 2022 Golf & Lobster Classic Sponsors

2022 Silver Sponsors


2022 Hole-In-One Contest Sponsor


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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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We have made a ground-breaking change at the LI RIMS Chapter. 
In order to enhance our Chapter, Risk Managers will now be
allowed to attend all of our Seminars FREE OF CHARGE.*   

Also Chapter Membership is granted to All Gold and Silver Sponsors 
of our Golf & Lobster Classic event. 

 If you should have any questions, please contact: 
Joe Corigliano at 516-547-3325.

*Risk Managers are full-time Professionals with Risk Management responsibilities exclusively for one organization.
The Chapter reserves the right to ultimately decide.
**Up to three Risk Managers per Company

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