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"Sidestep Risks When Conducting SWCD Business" provides tips for managing risks that commonly trip up SWCD district managers. Event is co-sponsored by BWSR, MASWCD and MCIT. LEARN MORE AND REGISTER FOR THE SEMINAR »
MCIT members demanded more resilience training, and MCIT has listened. During 2017 and 2018, MCIT county members can schedule Resilience II programs that build on the information and skills presented in the previous sessions, which debuted in 2014. Resilience is the ability to bounce back from adversity. LEARN MORE ABOUT 'RESILIENCE II' »
Contact MCIT to be added to the waiting list. No walk-in registrations will be accepted. SUBMIT WAITING LIST REQUEST »
Defensive driving goes beyond following traffic laws and procedures. It involves anticipating situations and making safe, well-informed decisions based on road conditions. LEARN MORE ABOUT TRAINING OPTIONS »
MCIT is a joint powers entity made up of Minnesota counties and associated public entities that pool resources to provide property, casualty and workers’ compensation coverage to members. MCIT also offers risk management and loss control services. LEARN MORE ABOUT MCIT »
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Step wisely

The Step Wisely program provides eye-catching materials designed to prevent slip, trip and fall injuries by employees and the public.


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MCIT primary contacts can log in for quick access to report information to MCIT, such as employee injuries, adding or deleting vehicles and property, submitting a claim, and more.
News and Upcoming Events
Yellow Medicine County Commissioner Joins MCIT Board

With the departure of Lac qui Parle County Commissioner Graylen Carlson from the MCIT Board of Directors at the end of 2016, the search for his replacement began in January. Yellow Medicine County Commissioner Ron Antony was chosen as the new board member.
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2017 Report to Counties Highlights MCIT’s Sustainability

MCIT representatives continue the annual tradition of meeting with each county board in the next few months. The meetings provide an opportunity for valuable discussion between the Trust and members.
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No-cost, On-site Resilience Training

In response to member demand, MCIT is offering no-cost, on-site training in 2017 that builds on the information and skills provided in the “Fostering Resilience” program that debuted in 2014. Sand Creek, MCIT’s Employee Assistance Program provider, has developed two new resilience training modules—one for employees and one for supervisors—that help staff foster their resilience through building new skills and learning additional strategies to rebound from adversity. “Resilience II” is a no-cost, on-site training opportunity for county members. Each one-hour session provides resilience techniques, gives time to practice them and educates participants about how the Employee Assistance Program can support individuals in times of challenge or crisis.
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Apr 12, 2017
Effective Performance Management
Holiday Inn, St. Cloud, Minn. (75 South 37th Ave.)
Registration fee for MCIT members: $60 per person
Registration fee for non-MCIT members: $100 per person

May 11, 2017
Sidestep Risks When Conducting SWCD Business
MCIT Building, St. Paul, Minn. (100 Empire Dr.)
Registration fee: $35 per person

May 17, 2017
How to Conduct an Employee Investigation
Best Western Kelly Inn, St. Cloud, Minn. (100 4th Ave. South)
Registration fee for MCIT members: $100 per person
Registration fee for non-MCIT members: $140 per person