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Help prevent slip, trip and fall accidents and injuries with the new Step Wisely posters, mini fliers, e-mails and table tents. DOWNLOAD NOW »
This guide book provides practical steps and check lists to help manage risks faced by solid waste management operations. DOWNLOAD BOOK »
Download the newly revised Body-worn camera model policy and white paper that reflects changes in Minnesota law that took effect Aug. 1, 2016. DOWNLOAD BODY CAM MODEL POLICY »
New Step Wisely materials highlight three points of contact technique to prevent injury when getting in and out of large vehicles. LEARN MORE AND DOWNLOAD MATERIALS »
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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News and Upcoming Events
Introducing New Property-Casualty Claims Manager

Jim Lass joined MCIT Aug. 29 as the property-casualty claims manager. He has a wealth of claims management experience, having held various positions with increasing levels of responsibility during his more than 31 year career.
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Liability Risks from Joint Powers Entities

The question of liability risks from joint powers entities (risks arising out of the exercise of powers in combination with other governmental entities) is vexing. Total control of the new entity does not always exist. Who becomes responsible for actions is not always apparent or easy to sort out, leading to the need for counties to pay careful attention to how to manage such risks.
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Official Immunity for Contractors

Minnesota Supreme Court case Kariniemi v. City of Rockford addresses issue of official immunity for contractors, but ruling does not provide a definitive answer.
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