The mission of the Risk Management Program is to ensure that participating State of Florida agencies receive technical assistance in managing risk, and quality workers’ compensation, liability, federal civil rights, automobile liability, and property insurance coverage at reasonable rates by providing self-insurance, purchase of insurance, claims administration.
The Bureau of Loss Prevention includes the Data Analysis, Financial Administration and Program Review and Training sections. Data Analysis provides support services for the Division, with emphasis on electronic data input. That section also manages the state's property insurance program. Financial Administration and Program Review administers the Division's $182 million budget and is responsible for reviewing the 48 agency loss prevention programs. The Training section provides training for the state's 48 program participants.
The Bureau of Claims Administration is responsible for the management of claims reported by or against state agencies for coverage under the self-insurance fund known as the "State Risk Management Trust Fund". Coverage's provided through the trust fund include: Workers' Compensation, Property, Fleet Automobile Liability, General Liability, Federal Civil Rights/Employment Discrimination and Court Awarded Attorney Fees.
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