Writing a Risk Management Policy

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Whether your chapter has a well developed Risk Management Policy or are just getting started, these suggestions will help your chapter as it develops, reviews, evaluates, and revises its risk management policy.

Steps in developing, reviewing, evaluating, and revising your chapter's risk management policy.

  • Form a Risk Management Committee (you may already have one in place)
  • Research institutional regulations, and state and local laws
  • Identify chapter activities and events that pose risk to your chapter
  • Develop risk management policies and procedures
  • Present risk management policies and procedures to chapter for review and approval
    • Ensure Chapter Members and Initiates submit their form 20 and 20a, Anti-Hazing Agreements (21 and 21a for Quarter system schools) at the beginning of each semester/quarter
    • Educate your Chapter and Initiates about resources available to report hazing concerns, including resources on the National website
  • Include approved risk management policies and procedures in chapter governing documents (chapter bylaws and/or operating procedures)

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