Organizations of all types and all sizes face a range of risks that can affect the achievement of their organizational and/or project goals. Carleton University and its community partners are no different and must identify and mitigate risk (e.g.uncertain funding, the maintenance of safe working and learning environments, increasing competition for investment in research and innovation).
In this increasingly complex environment, Carleton University has committed itself to the management of its risk through the development of a comprehensive risk management program. This program provides the framework for the assessment and mitigation of risk through loss prevention, risk financing, and contractual transfer. As part of this program, Carleton University supports its broader community partners.
- Broader Community Partner Support (e.g. contract review)
- Event Risk Management
- Insurance Coverage
- Proof of Insurance
- Risk and Insurance Training Videos
- Student Events
- International SOS
- Student Unpaid and Paid Placements
- University Owned Vehicles
- Waivers and Informed Consent
Click here to access the full version of the Risk Management Manual. The manual covers a wide range of risk management topics, such as conducting a department risk assessment, how to mitigate risks, such as those related to transportation, alcohol and contracts, and Carleton University’s insurance program. We invite all members of the community to review the manual and make use of the concepts, guidelines, and examples that relate to your particular needs.
Should the manual not answer your questions regarding risk management or insurance, please do not hesitate to contact the Director, Risk and Insurance Services at extension 1473 or email at email@example.com.