Ventura County's EAGLE Award winning approach to outreach, reducing claims costs, and increased collaboration.
What do you do when there are so many projects and not enough manpower to accomplish them? That was the big question in the City of Lemon Grove, and the answer was collaboration with students at San Diego State University through the Sage Project.
Want a great way to implement an injury prevention and reduction strategy? Solano County’s EAGLE Award winning program Ergo Express is a proactive and quick approach to ergonomic injury prevention. Learn more from this innovative program.
Wellness is more than just body and mind—financial issues effect people too. And Solano County wants to be there for employees.
We all know that governance of public entity risk pools is a very complex operation. One of the best ways to resolve this is by implementing a program/process to educate "new" members on your Board. Check out how GSRMA accomplished this goal and in doing so, became one of the 2018 EAGLE Award recipients.
Panic. Confusion. Misinformation. How are these countered? Communication.
Trees had become a safety hazard, obstructing airspace of the airport. The solution was one of collaboration, leading to an EIA EAGLE Award.
The City of Anaheim’s Community Care Response Unit (CCRU) is a service designed to handle non-acute medical needs of citizens—everything from stitches to diabetic problems, to animal bites, and more—by sending a specialized response team to the scene.
San Diego County saw an opportunity to improve their overall safety training program with the Work Safe/Stay Healthy program, leading to an EIA EAGLE Award.
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