Recently, GSRMA’s Risk Management Accreditation Program (RMAP) was featured in the Del Norte Triplicate, a local newspaper serving Del Norte and surrounding counties. The article talked about how the City of Crescent City was using funding received from participating in the RMAP to cut down 22 trees that are posing a hazard due to fungal and bacteria infections. This is not the first time Crescent City has used their RMAP funds to reduce their city’s loss exposures. Some of Crescent City’s past uses of RMAP funds include sidewalk grinding, playground repairs, and new utility vests for their police officers. The use of RMAP funds to reduce loss exposures is the exact intent of the program and we are proud to showcase Crescent City. Great job, Crescent City!
Does your organization participate in the RMAP? If not, you should. Some benefits include:
- Up to 10% of your annual contribution back, dependent on score, and capped at $75,000 for entities that receive full accreditation. Capped at $50,000 for less than full accreditation
- Increased awareness and compliance with state and other regulatory agencies
- A better understanding of the claims your district experiences, and mitigation tactics to help reduce future incidence
- Reduced loss exposure and claims incidence, as proven by past participants
If your agency would like to participate in the RMAP, please reach out to our Member Services Department so that we can help you initiate that process.
To view the 21-22 RMAP Application, click here.