Risk Management Tips for Risk Sharing Pool Members…

Read Up! Current CFSA risk-sharing pool MOCs are on CFSA’s website 

Learn all of the ways CFSA’s risk-sharing pool programs  protect your fair and fairground by reading the programs’ Summaries of Coverage and the more-detailed Memorandums of Coverage (MOCs) available at  www.cfsa.org.  Note: MOCs are “in effect until terminated” so if there are no changes, an MOC could remain in effect for a period of years. Coverage periods are stated on the MOC’s cover page.  

Here are direct links to:
Workers’ Compensation MOC
Revenue Protection MOC
Special Events  MOC
General Liability (The GL Summary of Protection and   MOC are currently being updated to reflect recent changes. For program information in the meantime, please contact Tom Amberson at tamberson@cfsa.org or (916) 263-6180.)

 

Be Prepared! Do you know where your Red Cards and Red Book are?
When an accident happens, and adrenaline surges, it’s easy to forget what to do, what paperwork to fill out and who/what agencies needs to be notified. That’s why CFSA created the Red Card – a quick “what to do” laminated reference card CFSA recommends posting in strategic spots around the fairground where employees congregate. And the Red Book aka theClaims and Loss Report Guide, a more in-depth reference complete with sample forms.

If you need additional copies of the Red Card, please contact Lianne Lewellen at llewellen@cfsa.org or (916) 263-6145.
Work Smart, Work Safe!
Ergonomic training is an investment in your staff

Whether someone works at a desk or out on the fairgrounds, knowing how to set up an ergonomically correct workspace and how to best use the tools of your trade are surefire ways to help head off most preventable injuries.

CFSA can help!
CFSA’s risk control specialists are also ergonomics specialists. To have an ergonomic study conducted at your fairground, contact your risk control specialist or Tom Amberson,  risk department manager at tamberson@cfsa.org or (916) 263-6180.