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Risk Management Considerations for Volunteer Drivers in Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan law mandates that the registered owner of the vehicle bear the primary responsibility for liabili...

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Risk Management Consideration for Bike and Walkathons

A municipality hosted a fundraiser where participants could walk, cycle, run or rollerblade a 22 kilometer cou...

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Risk Management Considerations for BMX Biking

BMX biking is an increasingly popular sport in Canada. New BMX bike parks are being constructed in cities all...

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Risk Management Considerations for Tobogganing as Municipal Liability

Although tobogganing is a favorite Canadian pastime, it can also be a very dangerous activity. Every year peop...

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Risk Management Considerations for Crack kits

Safer crack use kits' are used to provide crack users with hardware for a safer and clean way to use the d...

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Risk Management Considerations for Diving Boards

There's nothing better than launching off a diving board into a clear blue swimming pool on a sweltering Canad...

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Risk Management Considerations for Documentation

No one can predict if a claim will occur. It is nearly impossible to know the timing and circumstances that ma...

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Risk Management Considerations for Email Etiquette

Email is one of the most common communication tools in the workplace. It's quick, easy and portable thanks to...

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Risk Management Considerations for Employee Passwords

Cyber risks are a major issue for organizations today. Sensitive information is available electronically and p...

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