Learn How To Manage And Insure An Active Shooter Event At Spring Conference!
Did you know that each year nearly 2 million American workers are victims of workplace violence?
According to OSHA, workplace violence is the second leading cause of work-site deaths in the U.S. With recent high profile workplace attacks, more businesses are boosting security efforts and taking added precautions to prevent acts of workplace violence.
That's why IIAN's Farm & Rural Agents committee has included two unique sessions to help your agency and your clients manage and insure an "active shooter event"!
- CRAKE - Civilian Response to Active Killing Events - presented by the Nebraska State Patrol. This 2-hour course will help prepare you for the worst case scenario - including steps you can take to increase your safety in an active shooter situation.
- Active Shooter/Workplace Violence Insurance - Karl Seebacher, McGowan Program Administrators (1 CEU*) You'll learn from an experts about workplace violence insurance exposures such as liability, business interruption, and associated extra expenses, along with current risk transfer and insurance coverage options.
And those are just two of the 16 unique sessions at this year's Spring Conference!
- Certificates of Insurance & Additional Insureds (1 CEU*) Trying to bring a semblance of order and sanity to one of the most difficult and time-consuming processes in the independent agency system!
- InsurTech Revolution (2 CEUs*) Explore technology advances impacting the insurance industry - autonomous vehicles and equipment, the Internet of Things, the sharing economy, apps to make buying insurance easier, and more!
- Farm Vehicles - Delusion & Confusion (1 CEU*) Learn various ways to insure farm vehicles - PAP, BAP, Truckers/Motor Carriers Form - pair the right product with the risk.
- CISR - Personal Lines Miscellanous (7 CEUs) - Chuck Hembree, Instructor
- And much, much more!
16 Sessions, Up To 13 CEUs* &
12 Great Speakers + Trade Fair/Reception
*CE approval by NE Dept of Insurance pending.