As with our other Risk Management offerings, we partner with 3rd party providers to offer you additional services that you may not have access to on your own. For additional information about any of our partner programs detailed below, please contact Loss Prevention or call (916) 850-7300.
The EIA has partnered with Plexus Global to provide background check services.
Employers have a duty to ensure prospective employees will not pose a risk to the public, other agency employees, or the agency. Comprehensive background checks are a necessary and important pre-employment best practice that will help members meet this obligation.
Using a consumer reporting agency, like Plexus Global, to conduct background checks ensures compliance with requirements for safeguarding the confidentiality of information obtained. Limiting employees’ involvement reduces the member’s exposure and maintains the confidentiality of the information obtained in the background check process.
For additional information on preferred pricing and value-added packages available to EIA members, contact our Loss Prevention department.
EIA has partnered with Health and Safety Institute (HSI) to offer high quality CPR, First Aid, and AED training. HSI has developed its National Training Solution to allow customers to conveniently coordinate training through a single point of contact. The EIA has also negotiated a favorable, reduced rate for members. For more information, please contact the Loss Prevention Department.
Mainstream Unlimited services include both pre- and post-crisis incident services. Pre-crisis services include regional training programs, emergency plans (review and development), vulnerability assessments, and webinars on topics such as critical incident management, communications, and media management. Any member-specific, pre-crisis training may be contracted and paid for by the member at the discounted rates offered to EIA members. Members may access their available subsidy balances to assist in covering those costs.
Post-crisis incident services include situation assessment, media consulting, public announcements, deployment of outside resources to member site. These services will be provided to members upon approval by the EIA, and paid for by the EIA up to $50,000 per incident. Any costs above that would be paid for by the member.
For questions on pre-crisis incident services, contact Doug McGill.
The EIA has partnered with Synoptek to provide exclusive cyber security services for EIA members. Synoptek provides proactive Managed IT Services by designing, implementing, operating, managing and monitoring all types of IT networks, devices, and users. If you are interested in these services or have any questions, contact Loss Prevention.
The EIA formed a drug and alcohol testing consortium to help control costs and help members facilitate testing requirements. Participation in the consortium is voluntary. It is comprised of two pools, one for regulated and one for non-regulated programs. This service complies with 49 CFR, part 40, "Procedures for Transportation Workplace Drug and Alcohol Testing Programs" and part 655 “Prevention of Alcohol Misuse and Prohibited Drug Use in Transit Operations.” All EIA members are welcome to participate.
Services through the consortium include: statistically validated random computer selection, administrator notification, specimen collection site coordination, quarterly summary reporting, billing assistance, Medical Review Officer (MRO) coordination, Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) referral service and employee and supervisor training.
Drug and/or alcohol testing services are also available for applicant screening, post- accident tests and for all drug free workplace and/or reasonable suspicion testing.
Contact the Loss Prevention department for more information.
The EIA has partnered with STOPit to provide a comprehensive incident reporting platform at a discounted rate. STOPit’s incident reporting platform is a simple, fast and powerful solution to promote real-time reporting of inappropriate behavior, deter unethical or illegal activity, and mitigate financial, reputational and social risks.
For additional information or if you are ready to sign up, contact our Loss Prevention Department.
A DMV approved EPN Agent, A-Check Global, provides an electronic platform that allows employers to monitor employee driving records on demand and provides automatic e-mail notification when a reportable event occurs. The system also includes a record management system. Contact the Loss Prevention department for more information.
The EIA has partnered with TimeKeeping Systems to provide discounted rates for Guard1, a comprehensive automated check in system. The Guard1 system allows members with correctional facilities to electronically log check-in points with timestamps on their routes, to provide documented proof that routes were completed. This system can also be used for safety inspections and patrols such as door checks, fire safety inspections, and perimeter patrols. Use of Guard1 has been successful in defending correctional staff in administrative hearings and civil litigation. Contact the Loss Prevention department for more information.
CSAC EIA has partnered with LensLock to provide a turn-key body worn camera, software, and secure cloud service focused on ensuring that digital video & data captured by law enforcement agencies is safely maintained in a Microsoft Azure CJIS compliant Government Cloud solution. LensLock’s secure video management platform provides an end-to-end chain of custody to ensure that digital evidence has not been compromised.
Services include everything to get your agency up and running; providing system integration support, administration and user training, best practices for implementation and policy development.
Contact our Loss Prevention department for information on preferred pricing.
EIA has partnered with in2vate to develop the EIA Risk Assessment Tool which allows EIA members to proactively identify gaps in their risk management related programs. The tool consists of online surveys which generate customized action plans designed to assist members in program improvement. Members are also provided links to pertinent Loss Prevention Toolbox resources and best practices in addition to benchmarking against other EIA members. Click here to register and create a login for the tool. Want more information? Contact the Loss Prevention department.
The EIA has partnered with Community Matters to bring our Educational members the Safe School Ambassadors® (SSA) program. This program empowers the natural student leaders from diverse groups and cliques on campus and equips them with nonviolent communication and intervention skills to prevent and stop bullying, cyber-bullying, and other mean-spirited behaviors.
Contact the Loss Prevention department for information on preferred pricing.
The EIA has partnered with Shoes for Crews (SFC) to offer our members a variety of protective footwear products at discounted rates when participating in one of SFC corporate programs. All SFC footwear is made with slip resistant outsoles and SFC patented tread pattern that is designed to channel liquids away from the sole. In addition to having a large variety of slip resistant and protective footwear, SFC also offers slip resistant footwear combined with various safety toe options that meet the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) F-2413-11 Standard.
Contact our Loss Prevention Department for additional information on SFC.
The EIA has partnered with SafeTec to provide members with access to a comprehensive, automated Safety Data Sheet (SDS) and chemical inventory management solution. This program provides environmental health and safety managers with easy to administer, web based tools to simplify the process of compliance with right-to-know requirements. The EIA has pre-negotiated rates for a variety of service options, allowing members to scale the program to suit their needs.
Contact our Loss Prevention department for additional information about this service.
Research shows that the Average Direct Cost for a sprain or strain injury is $33,528, and 33% of all days-away from work cases are due to Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSDs). Savvy Health Solution’s Injury Prevention Programs are designed as on-site musculoskeletal health education and training aimed at reducing these costs while increasing workforce dependability and productivity.
Since 1997, Savvy Health Solutions has been helping employers improve the quality of lives of their workforce, including labor and field, safety (fire/police) and administrative personnel.
We have partnered with TargetSolutions to deliver an online training and safety/risk management platform of services. The web-based training program provides access to a wide range of training topics, many of which are free, and others at an EIA negotiated reasonable cost. This innovative service gives members “anytime, anywhere” access to quality, cost-effective, courses in a wide range of risk management topics as well as general business needs such as Microsoft Office Suite products.
The platform is streamlined and more efficient than traditional systems and contains several beneficial features that include: a time-saving compliance tracking component, resource center, FleetSmart, data analytic capabilities and file center functions. Would you like more information? Ask the EIA's the Loss Prevention department.