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Join fellow MCIT members Dec. 7 at Best Western Kelly Inn in St. Cloud to hear about MCIT's performance during 2015. Learn More »
Thom Singer focuses on ways to maximize networking through human connections Dec. 7 at River's Edge Convention Center in St. Cloud. Learn More »
Ideas for planning, maintaining and expanding parks and recreation services using safety and risk management best practices DOWNLOAD THE GUIDE »
The white paper identifies some of the more significant choices that agencies should consider in developing their own body cam policy. The model policy can be customized for members' needs. LEARN MORE »
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 »
PATROL is a Web-based, on-demand program that allows deputies cost-effectively to meet annual POST and OSHA classroom training requirements.

PATROL: Better Trained, Better Decisions, Better Results LEARN MORE ABOUT PATROL »
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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
New Slip, Trip and Fall Prevention Materials Released

New Step Wisely slip, trip and fall awareness materials are now available at no cost for members. Display materials address common winter slip, trip and fall hazards, such as rushing across ice and snow, changing weather conditions, wearing improper footwear, slick entryway floors, and slipping while getting in and out of vehicles.
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Body Cam Model Policy, White Paper Now Available

Body cam model policy and white paper identify some of the more significant policy choices that agencies should consider in developing their own body-worn camera policy, including what to record, costs for video storage and responding to data requests, records retention issues, use of body cam footage and supervisory review of videos.
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OSHA Accident Reporting Rules Change

Minnesota Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MNOSHA) adopted new federal rules in March for reporting inpatient hospitalizations, amputations, losses of eyes and fatalities to the agency. The new rules took effect Oct. 1.
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Dec 07, 2015
MCIT Annual Meeting
Best Western Kelly Inn, State/Sunwood Room, St. Cloud, Minn.
No cost

Dec 07, 2015
MCIT Sponsors AMC Conference Key Note Address
River's Edge Convention Center, St. Cloud
To attend this session, you must register for the Association of Minnesota Counties Annual Conference at www.mncounties.org.