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2/2/2018
When: 02/02/2018
9:30 AM
Where: Aqua Turf Club
556 Mulberry Street
Plantsville, Connecticut 
United States
Contact: Sharon S. Bruce, CAE
860.519.0023


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CASBO Timely Topic Workshop

Friday, February 2, 2018

The AquaTurf Club, 556 Mulberry Street, Plantsville (section of Southington), CT

REVISED Schedule

9:30 am

Registration – Sign-in required for CEU verification. Coffee and pastry served.

9:50 am

Welcome & Introduction of Speaker – Eva Gallupe, President & Teri Yonsky, Vice-President

10:00 am

How the Total Cost of Risk Impacts Your School Budget

Pamela Keyes, Jacqueline Lazowski, & George Tammaro, CIRMA

This training will cover what Total Cost of Risk (TCOR) is and its impact on school budgets. You will gain an understanding of how Workers’ Compensation & Liability-Auto-Property losses go beyond just direct costs, and how school officials can manage these costs effectively. We will also discuss the unique loss exposures schools are faced with, including the impact on premiums, along with tips for purchasing the most complete coverages at affordable rates

11:00 am

Break

11:15 am

Cyber Breaches- What You Need to Know to Keep Your District & Students Safe

Chris Wardrop, USI Insurance, Ben FrazziniKendrick, Esq., Shipman & Goodwin, Doug Casey, CT Commission on Education Technology.

The panel will cover legal aspects and statutory requirements for reporting breaches and contract language, how to review and build cyber coverage, and the technical components that go into building internal protection against third party breaches.

12:30 pm

Lunch – Hot Buffet

1:30 pm

The Future of School Field Trips: Warnings, Waivers, and Ticks, Oh My

Kyle McClain, Esq., Zangari Cohn Cuthbertson & Grello

Recently the Connecticut Supreme Court issued a decision in the Munn vs. Hotchkiss case, in which it ruled Connecticut schools have a duty to warn parents and students to protect against the risk of serious insect-borne diseases when organizing trips abroad. A $41.5 million jury verdict against the Hotchkiss School for breaching that duty was upheld. So what does this mean for schools trying to safely organize a trip and avoid liability?

2:45 pm

Conclude

 

CASBO Members are encouraged to invite district guests to whom this program will be of interest.


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