Risk Management's primary responsibilities include protecting the assets of the University through a number of varied loss control activities. The department develops, implements and maintains comprehensive loss control policies and procedures to help reduce or eliminate primary exposure to liability losses.
Major areas of service include:
- Management of all Campus Insurance Programs
- Liability Claims Administration
- Coordination of the State Vehicle Driver Program
CSULA Defensive Driver Training module. The online program is approximately one and a half hours long, requires completing and submitting a State Vehicle Driver Program Enrollment Form (State Vehicle Driver Program Enrollment Form ), and includes bookmark participant progress. Send, or bring, the enrollment form to the Risk Management Office at CY Building Room 244. To get to the Defensive Driving Fundamentals module you must first have Acrobat Adobe on your computer. If you do not have Acrobat Adobe please contact your IT person responsible for your area to assist in downloading the software. Once the program is in place click on the link (above) and log-in. The log-in process will get you to the module launch page. Find the SELECT button at the top of the page; a drop down box will have 3 columns – put a check in the second and third columns, Courses and Title, hit DONE. Next in the SEARCH box type in Defensive Driving Fundamentals, click enter. Next choose either one of the two modules and go through its program. In the MORE ACTIONS, after completing the course, choose view certification. At the completion of the Defensive Driving Fundamentals course please do not forget to download, print and forward a copy of the certificate of completion document. The copy authenticates your attendance and completion. If you experience problems viewing this video, please contact Dan Thomas, the campus driver training coordinator at 323-343-3534 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Van and Commerical License Class B Endorsement: Memo on licensing requirements for 10 plus passenger van use and prohibition against 15 passenger van use
MISCELLANEOUS RISK PROGRAMS
- COA - Guidelines for COA (Certificate of Authorization) Applications for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (AKA drones)
Drone Use Update July 17, 2017
- Summary of Small Unmanned Aircraft Rule (Part 107) FAA News June 21, 2016
- CSU Guidance: Update on Unmanned Aircraft Systems August 19, 2016
- Drone Bulletin - CSURMA Launches New Coverage Program for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs aka: “Drones”) July 14, 2014.
- Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) SOP Manual
- Application for UAV Drones - relates to insurance costs
Information About Filing a Claim under the Government Claims Act against California State University, Los Angeles.
The EHS/RM Office administers Standard and Specialty Insurance Programs for the University.
Bounce House Safety 2014: Risk Management adopted guidelines for the safe use of inflatable equipment on campus.
For students that are planning a film shoot as a part of an academic project the steps outlined in the file show you what is necessary to get started, a timeline that you will need to give yourself to help meet your project goals, what documents may be necessary and which University officials can approve them. The final entry on the document provides information on student film shoots that will occur on campus. Following these guidelines will be helpful in meeting your academic goals.