Risk Management Tools for VFW Posts
The Post Insurance Program recognizes and understands the unique risks of operating a VFW Post. That's why we provide valuable risk management tools to help Post's manage those risks and reduce the likelihood of accidents and injuries. Our newsletter, training courses and articles provide the information you need to keep your Post running safely and efficiently.
FREE ONLINE TRAINING COURSES
Alcohol Server Training Course
Provided by AIX group, Posts who are customers of the Post Insurance Program are provided one training course FREE OF CHARGE. This course helps your Post get certified by your state in proper and responsible alcohol serving.
HIGHLIGHTS OF THE RESPONSIBLE SERVER TRAINING COURSE:
• Learn responsible server techniques, including spotting fake ID's and eliminating drunk driving
• Helps you know your state laws for alcohol service
• Earn your state-specific alcohol server certification (certificate and ID card provided to you)
• Each Post gets one FREE course. Just $9.95 for each additional course for your server staff.
You will need your active policy number to take the training. (Policy number format BBB-AA-1234579-02. You do not need to enter the digits after the last dash on the sign up form.)
Post Liability & Loss Control Training Course
With this web-based training course you will learn about the risks in and around your post that create a liability, and best practices to help reduce the risks that cause accidents.
HIGHLIGHTS OF THE POST LIABILITY & LOSS CONTROL TRAINING COURSE:
• Understand the liabilities associated with operating a VFW post
• Learn how to control risks to reduce the likelihood of injury and accidents
• All course takers receive a certificate of completion that is provided to the Post
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POST INSURANCE TIMES NEWSLETTER
Business Auto Liability Coverage and Minimizing Risks
If your facility owns one or more vehicles, you need to have policies and guidelines in place to make sure that you choose carefully when determining who is allowed to drive them on your organization’s behalf. You also need to establish how the approved drivers should behave while operating those vehicles. Most importantly, those policies need to match up with the actual practice.