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A letter from the editor
February 6, 2024

Los Rios wins safety program award

The Risk Management Pays program recently awarded $12,000 to the Los Rios Community College District for impressive participation in safety program.

The Los Rios Community College District was the highest-ranked participant in the program of all of the districts involved for the program’s first year.

Bill Silvia, director of general services for the LRCCD, is proud of the award and feels honored to have received it. “Recently all of the districts were looked at and we were one of the few that stood out, using facilities, staff and consultants,” Silvia said.

The award couldn’t have come at a better time, according to Silvia. “It gives us extra money and we now have a little fund that can help us with training facilities. This fund allows us to have a resource we can pull from if we need too.”

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The Risk Management Pays program is similar to a credit union with a mutual insurance program with allocated allowances. “They have programs that help prevent us from [budget] losses and in helping us in training,” explains Silvia.

The Risk Management Pays program manages over 20 programs that are on-going and take place throughout the year. The district safety committee holds meetings every quarter and makes decisions regarding district safety issues.

For more information students and faculty can contact Bill Silvia, director of general services at [email protected]

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