Contact Ted Winokur, Contract & Risk Management Director
Phone: (802) 383-6613
The Contract & Risk Management office (referred to here as "Risk Management") is an office in the Finance & Administration Division that works with students, faculty and staff to evaluate and plan for the various risks that may affect the success of College activities. These risks can involve safety, financial, contractual, legal and other issues.
The People Center handles reporting of workplace injuries and workers' compensation matters. Please go to the People Center page for Workers' Compensation issues for an injury report form, procedures for reporting workplace injuries and other information.
Risk Management works with faculty and staff on contract matters and reviews all business contracts. For an overview of the process, please see the following document:
The transportation policy (Fleet Safety Program) provides full details about driver authorization, rules about use of vehicles and more. The policy is administered by Risk Management and Campus Public Safety and can be found at the link below. For specific questions please contact Risk Management.Link to this FAQ
Risk Management is one of the departments that helps plan for and approve trips. Please see the following information:
Activities that may involve a higher level of risk (such as events with minors or events involving risk of injury) should be reviewed and approved by Risk Management.Link to this FAQ
Risk Management handles insurance claims for and against the College, and is the liaison with outside counsel for legal claims. If you are involved with an incident involving property damage or personal injury:
The College only pays for damaged/stolen property if the loss was due to the negligence of the College. Students who believe the College is responsible for damage to their property should contact their RA (if the damage occurred in a residence hall) or Risk Management (if the damage occurred outside a residence hall). Below is a claim form and description of the claim procedure:Link to this FAQ
Students may need to sign waivers in order to participate in certain trips and activities. Contact Risk Management to discuss waivers forms.Link to this FAQ
Request certificates of insurance from Risk Management.Link to this FAQ