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Steps to Take When Reporting An Incident

By Alexa Connelly
June 24, 2016

Even with all the proper planning and procedures in place to minimize risk, incidents can still occur that need reported to the insurance company and/or agent. It is best to have an incident reporting procedure in place ahead of time that your volunteers and staff have been trained on and can easily implement in those ...

Safety Guidelines for Volunteers

By Alexa Connelly
June 17, 2016

Most nonprofit organizations have a safety guideline policy in place to help create and maintain a safe work and volunteer environment for their teams. These guidelines are important for all volunteers and employees to understand and follow. Guidelines that are especially important to the volunteer team at your nonprofit organization include:...

D&O Exposures: Don’t Be at Risk!

By Alexa Connelly
June 10, 2016

A Nonprofit can take precautionary measures to help reduce or minimize risks before they occur. Some steps that you can take include doing background checks on board members, create a definition of the expectations of a board member, develop a board member orientation/education, implement and enforce legal policies and statements, implement procedures for meetings,and implement ...

Prevent Cyber Risks in Your Nonprofit Organization

By Alexa Connelly
June 03, 2016

Make sure you update your organization’s computers, software, and other equipment on a consistent basis.  As new loopholes and errors are discovered by hackers, companies release updates to protect you and your nonprofit organization from being attacked.  The best way to feel assured that you are protected from a breach is to have the most ...

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