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Agency Risk Management Program Evaluation

The Division of Risk Management is required by section 284.50, Florida Statutes, to conduct an evaluation of each state agency’s and university’s risk management program on a five-year cycle. Evaluations are based on statutory requirements of agency safety coordinators and risk management personnel, as well as leading industry practices in risk management.

Agency Risk Management Program Evaluation Guidelines

The Agency Risk Management Program Evaluation Guidelines were issued in 2017 to provide a model of best practices for effective implementation of the key components that comprise agency risk management programs.

Section 284.50, Florida Statutes

This statute explains the requirements of state agency and university loss prevention and return-to-work programs, as well as the Division of Risk Management’s responsibility to evaluate agency risk management programs.

 

Program Evaluation Schedule

The Agency Risk Management Program Evaluation Schedule is based on the order of the previous five-year cycle, with adjustments to be made as events warrant.

Program Evaluation Requested Documentation

This list includes examples of documentation that can be used by agencies to illustrate the work being done in their risk management programs.

Program Evaluation Process

This process map shows the four phases of the program evaluation and indicates the responsibilities of the Division and the agency undergoing evaluation.

Frequently Asked Questions

These are some of the most common questions asked regarding the agency risk management program evaluation process.

 

Contact Information

Wendy McSwain
Government Analyst II
850-413-4712
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Steve Hicken
Government Analyst II
850-413-4767
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For administrative issues, problems, or other concerns:
Christia Nunnery
Administrator, Loss Prevention Section
850-413-4713
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