Risk Management is responsible for protecting the County's assets from the risk of accidental losses and injuries. The primary functions are to develop, promote, and track safety programs that meet or exceed OSHA regulations, evaluate risk, procure insurance policies and administer workers' compensation, property, general liability and automobile claims.
In addition, Risk Management fosters a culture of safety through employee training, monthly safety review and quarterly safety committee meetings that involve all departments in the commitment to ensure a safe environment for all employees, as well as the citizens who visit the County's facilities daily.
Summer Safety Tips
Summer is here. Time to enjoy the outdoors. Keep these summer safety tips in mind when you and your family ventures out for some summer fun.
Practice Sun Safety
Apply sunscreen at lease 30 minutes before going outdoors.
Use at least SPF15 or greater, covering all exposed skin.
Make sure to reapply every two hours, after swimming, sweating or toweling off.