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Welcome!

The Canadian Capital Region membership includes risk and insurance management professionals from a broad range of industries (both public and private sector) across the Eastern Ontario/Canadian Capital Region. 

Our Chapter generally meets once a month, from September through to May, with the exception of either January or February, when we take our winter break. 

For further information please contact any of the Chapter Officers directly.

Tony Lackey wins the 2017 Donald M. Stuart Award

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RISK News

  • Across the vast geography of the United States, flood is no stranger to any of the states. From the March 2018 Nor’Easters that slammed the East Coast to the numerous storms and hurricanes that have swept across the country, both Continue reading
  • Workforce use of illicit drugs across the board—including cocaine, marijuana and methamphetamine—remains at its highest rate in a decade, a new study by Quest Diagnostics found. Overall positivity in urine drug testing among the combined U.S. workforce in 2017 continued to hold Continue reading
  • Recent volcanic activity in Hawaii has turned national attention to emergency preparedness planning. As previously reported, the Kilauea eruption lessened but caused aftershocks, lava flow and lingering hazardous fumes in nearby areas. About 1,800 people live in the area, which Continue reading
  • Volcanic activity from the Kilauea eruption in Hawaii has lessened, although aftershocks, lava flow and hazardous fumes continue in some areas, the Hawaii Volcano Observatory reported yesterday. Aftershocks from Fridays magnitude-6.9 earthquake also continue, with more expected, including larger aftershocks Continue reading

Announcements

  • GRMI Temporary CRM Designation Reinstatement Offer

    CRM designation holders must maintain their credentialed membership with GRMI by paying a USD $50 annual dues fee, which is nonrefundable.  Nonpayment of the GRMI annual membership dues will result in forfeiture of the CRM designation and the ability to list CRM on a profile.  Reinstatement refers to the restoring of a designation that was lost due to non-compliance.

    ·         Former GRMI members whose membership lapsed for no more than two membership renewal dates can apply for reinstatement of their GRMI membership and CRM designation by completing the following steps:

    1.       Send an email request to GRMI@rims.org

    2.       GRMI will contact the individual to process the USD $100 renewal fee before 6/30/18. This will cover the fee for the previous (10/31/16 - 10/31/17) cycle and the current (10/31/17 -10/31/18) renewal cycle.

     

    ·         A CRM holder who (a) completed the 3 courses at a CRM provider location but did not register their designation with GRMI or (b) is a former GRMI member whose membership expired for non-payment spanning beyond two renewal dates will have two reinstatement options available until 6/30/18:

    o   Apply for reinstatement by completing the following steps:

    1.       Send a transcript with the reinstatement request to GRMI@rims.org

    2.       GRMI will send the individual a link to submit a reinstatement fee of USD $350.

     

    o   Write the 3 standardize exams (CRM 54, CRM 55, and CRM 56); each exam costs USD $130.  Log onto https://www.rims.org/grmi/Pages/Exam-Registration.aspx to register to write the exams, and email a transcript for the three courses to GRMI@rims.org.

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