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Browse through a collection of more than 100 articles and model forms in the MCIT Resource Library. Use the search tools to the left to narrow in on the appropriate resource.
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Quick Takes are scripts that serve as short safety talks to remind staff about safe work practices. This Procedures for After an Auto Accident Quick Take focuses on steps to take after being involved in an auto accident while on the job. Supervisors typically give the Quick Take talks during regularly scheduled or informal meetings.
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Quick Takes are scripts that serve as short safety talks to remind staff about safe work practices. This Safer Travel in Winter Storms Quick Take focuses on basics of traveling in winter storms and how to reduce the risks. Supervisors typically give the Quick Take talks during regularly scheduled or informal meetings.
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Quick Takes are scripts that serve as short safety talks to remind staff about safe work practices. This Defensive Driving Quick Take focuses on defensive driving driving techniques and how to prevent auto accidents and injuries. Supervisors typically give the Quick Take talks during regularly scheduled or informal meetings.
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August 2019 Bulletin articles: Trend of Rate Reductions Ends with Increases for 2020; Winona County Commissioner Joins MCIT Board; Get the Word Out About Employee Assistance Program; Quasi-judicial Decision Maker or Policymaker? Why It Matters for Elected Officials; Proliferation of Ransomware Attacks on Government Entities Reinforces Need for Cyber-coverage; Window Closing on Increased ‘Cyber’ Coverage Limits Option; Workers’ Compensation Workshops in 3 Cities This Fall; and Seminar for Land Use Decision Makers Returns in October
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MCIT developed the Facility Management Loss Prevention Best Practices Guide to provide members information and recommendations to help recognize and reduce hazards common to facility maintenance departments and protect public entities from liability and loss. Each topic within the guide describes the typical safety exposures surrounding equipment and work tasks for facility maintenance departments. Best practices are then outlined to help educate employees and reduce those exposures.
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July 2019 Bulletin articles: Board Declares $10 million Dividend; MCIT Welcomes New Board Member; New Guide Offers Safety Advice for Facility Management; How Data Compromises Happen; New Data- and Cyber-security Resources; Minnesota Passes Sweeping Wage-theft and Employer Record Keeping Law; 2 Join MCIT Team; MCIT’s Loss Control Materials Earn National and State Awards; Risk Management Workshops: September 2019; and Recognizing Members’ Safety Achievements
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Before installing security cameras (or surveillance cameras) cameras for purposes other than law enforcement or workplace activities, members must weigh a number of issues that go beyond the system’s technical capabilities and cost. These include data practices concerns, such as data access, data retention and the public's right to privacy.
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Property/casualty or workers’ compensation coverage responds to slip and fall claims, depending on who is injured. It is important for members to understand the liabilities, responsibilities and potential defenses involved in slip and fall claims in a parking lot and sidewalk.
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As the public’s interest in government operations grows, questions regarding the merits of audio or video recording board meetings often arise. The decision to record open meetings is a policy decision to be made by the public entity’s governing board. Although there may be benefits to recording the meeting’s discussions, policymakers should make this decision understanding that doing so may obligate the entity to additional requirements.