Handbook of Risk and Insurance Strategies for Certified Public Risk Officers and other Water Professionals
This book serves as a technical yet practical risk management manual for professionals working with water and wastewater organizations. It provides readers with a functional comprehension of water and wastewater operations as well as a broad understanding of industry derivations and various stakeholder interconnectivity. This knowledge is imperative, as most administrative professionals are proficient in their respective areas of expertise but sometimes lack fluency on the broader technical aspects of their organization’s purpose, operations, and externalities. It also examines risk management best practices and provides an actionable review of doing the right thing, the right way, every time through a combination of core risk management principles. These include enterprise, strategic, operational, and reputational risk management, as well as risk assessments, risk/frequency matrixes, checklists, rules, and decision-making processes. Finally, the book addresses the importance of risk transfer through insurance policies and provides best practices for the prudent selection of these policies across different scenarios. [Amazon.com]
Boca Raton, FL
Operational Research | Organizational Behavior and Theory | Risk Analysis | Water Resource Management
Spellman, Frank R.; Medders, Lorilee; and Fuller, Paul, "Handbook of Risk and Insurance Strategies for Certified Public Risk Officers and other Water Professionals" (2021). Community & Environmental Health Faculty Books. 10.