rims 2019 News

Why Less Data May Be More for Employers Using Wearables in Workplace

Employers deploying wearables in the workplace are possibly exposing themselves to more risk than they realize by collecting more data than they need. While some firms may want to deploy the technologies as much as possible, employers would be wise …

Sniffing Out Particles, Singling Out Pigs: Food Industry Urged to Embrace Robots, AI

E.coli in beef. Metal shavings in bread crumbs. Contaminated water on vegetables. The food industry has its share of quality control scandals and their insurers have had their share of claims. Some believe food would be a lot safer to …

Sue, Settle, Mediate, Litigate. RIMS Covers the Bases on Dispute Resolution

Sue or settle? Mediate or litigate? Attorneys and risk managers on Tuesday tapped into years of experience to suggest strategies that will lead to the right approach for resolution of claim disputes during the Risk and Insurance Management Society’s annual …

Willis Towers Watson Launches Risk Advisory Service for CFOs, Risk Managers

Willis Towers Watson has launched a new advisory capability designed to help chief financial officers and risk managers reduce volatility and minimize their total cost of risk. The new Connected Risk Intelligence service offers a single source for financial executives …

2019 President Brosius, Board Members Take Helm at RIMS

Risk manager Gloria Brosius has assumed the leadership of RIMS, the risk management society, as president for the 2019 term, effective January 1. Brosius is director, Risk Management and Insurance for Pinnacle Agriculture Distribution in Loveland, Colorado. She has been …