Web-Based Risk Control Training
Through cooperative pooling and association partnerships, the following webinars are also offered to Enduris members. If applicable, your Enduris membership covers the registration fee for any of the webinars listed on this page. Please register through the following links to ensure accurate billing. Please contact us with any questions.
The Respectful Workplace
Wednesday, December 16, 2020
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Cost: No Charge
This class covers general diversity issues, including how bias and a lack of respect in the workplace can adversely affect the work environment. The class addresses conflict that may stem from biases, how to recognize biases, and how diversity issues can affect the workplace.
After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the training.
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Enduris places members’ property coverage with the Alliant Property Insurance Program (APIP), the largest single property placement in the world.
In an effort to help members address complex risk control issues, Alliant’s Risk Control Consulting is presenting a series of one-hour, web-based safety training programs at no additional charge. The risk control and property insurance presenters are considered experts in their field of work.
- The webinars are targeted to the unique hazards associated with property loss.
- This is an audio-plus-web format that enables participants to receive risk control/safety training without leaving their facility. All that is needed is a windows-based computer, audio (speakers) and high speed internet connection.
- Since the programs are delivered live, participants are able to send their questions electronically to the presenter.
- You can choose to participate in selected programs, or the entire series.
- All programs are recorded for future playback.
- Registration is allowed 3-4 weeks in advance of each webinar.
- All training programs will be held from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m Pacific Standard Time.
Assisting Local Businesses ad Retaining Jobs During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Wednesday, December 9, 2020
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
The COVID-19 pandemic has had many devastating effects, including numerous businesses closing their doors and people losing their jobs. As a result, numerous entities, including many local governments, have stepped up and taken concrete steps to help improve the economic situation of their local businesses and residents. But what are the most effective approaches and is there more that can be done?
This webinar will feature case studies from three Washington-based organizations:
- Thurston County economic development council
- Bellingham port authority
- City of Burien’s economic development department
It is the second in a 2-part series on economic development during (and after) the COVID-19 pandemic. The first webinar on November 10 will provide a solid introduction to economic development for local government staff and elected officials.
Speakers will discuss how their organizations approach economic development and provide suggestions on:
- Retaining and supporting existing businesses, including distribution of federal CARES monies,
- Attracting new businesses,
- Nurturing new, local entrepreneurs and micro-businesses,
- Providing workforce development and support, including training, education, housing, and health care,
- Using an equity lens as part of your economic development plan, and
- Emphasizing the importance of collaboration and partnerships.
This webinar will also provide some insights into what the economic development landscape may look like after the COVID-19 pandemic.
Who Should Attend?
Elected officials, city managers/administrators, county administrators, economic development and community development staff, planners, planners, and other people interested in economic development issues.
- Michael Cade, Executive Director, Thurston Economic Development Council (Center for Business & Innovation). As Executive Director, Michael is responsible for the overall direction and management of the Thurston EDC. Prior to joining the Thurston EDC in 2004, he served as the Vice-President of the Snohomish County Economic Development Council from 1992 to 2003. His 30-year career in economic and community development has been focused on the recruitment of investment into the community, the retention of companies, and the development of community-based economic development plans and their strategic implementation.
- Chris Craig, Economic Development Manager, City of Burien. As the Economic Development Manager, Chris oversees programs and activities that supporting Burien’s existing business community, while attracting new businesses, investment, and jobs. Craig served as the city’s Economic Development Specialist from 2015-2019, managing Burien’s business retention and recruitment programs along with many other high-profile projects. Prior to coming to Burien, Chris worked for a housing developer.
- Gina Stark, Economic Development Project Manager, Port of Bellingham. As the Economic Development Project Manager, Gina works with organizations based throughout Whatcom County, including those in the technology, infrastructure, clean energy, workforce housing, and recreation sectors. Gina also administers and manages grant programs for local businesses and serves as the Project Manager for the Whatcom Country Rural Broadband Initiative. Prior to joining the port, Gina spent 16 years working in Washington State government, including work for a state representative and former Congressman Denny Heck, as well as serving as the Director of External Affairs at the state Treasurer’s Office.
- Steve Butler, Policy Manager—Planning Consultant, MRSC. Steve will serve as the webinar moderator.