California Fair Services Authority (CFSA), created more than 30 years ago, is a member-driven organization that shares in the covering of potential risks and in the costs of claims for pool member California fairs.
Risk pooling means that the fairs that participate in CFSA’s Workers’ Compensation and General Liability pool programs, pool their money collectively to pay for claims filed against their fairs. As a participating member fair, you have a voice and a responsibility to learn and to do all you can to keep the risk-pooling function and the funds CFSA manages safe and available to cover the claims we know about, as well as those that will come in the future.
Join CFSA’s board of directors and staff at our first-ever member meeting, Tuesday, November 6, 2018, from noon to 1:30 p.m. at the Fair Services Building, 1776 Tribute Road, Conference Room 200, in Sacramento.
Learn about the current financial position of CFSA, about trends in risk and claims, and about the steps you can take to help reduce risk to the pools and at your fair. In addition, we welcome your feedback on how we can improve our risk-pooling and risk-sharing programs.
This is your opportunity to ask questions, to learn more about risk pooling and risk sharing, and to fully understand your key role in both! Join us for lunch and lively conversation.
Lunch is provided.
Please RSVP to Melissa Thurber, at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 916/263-6163.