The Fund has created Loss Prevention Bulletins on a wide array of topics to assist centers on specific safety and risk management issues. Use the links below to view or download the items listed.
This risk alert highlights the types of items that must be scheduled in order to ensure coverage.Property Coverage Risk Alert - Scheduled Property (2017)
This bulletin provides an explanation to the Fund’s Property Coverage Document.Property Coverage Bulletin (2016)
What types of insurance and corresponding limits should a Texas community center require of contractors, service providers and vendors? Read the Fund’s guidelines and recommendations.Read the Fund's Insurance Guidelines for Contractors, Service Providers and Vendors
Risk management is an important management discipline in organizations that provides vital services to the most vulnerable populations in Texas. By effectively controlling risk, centers can assure that they are able to serve as many clients as possible. This bulletin describes some of the best practices in risk management used by many centers in Texas.Read the Best Risk Management Practices Bulletin
This report provides a summary of loss prevention services that are available and the extent to which they are used by centers around the state.Read the Report on Utilization of Loss Prevention Services
This bulletin provides an overview of some of the key steps to consider before there is an imminent threat of a hurricane making landfall on the Texas coast. It also provides a listing of important resources that can help centers in their disaster preparations.
Read the Hurricane Preparedness Bulletin
This bulletin provides an overview of the Fund’s automobile liability coverage and discusses issues that should be considered when employees drive on center business in center vehicles or their own vehicles.
Read the Driving on Center Business
The booklet includes detailed checklists for planning a visit, setting an appointment, precautionary steps to take upon arrival at the remote site, and procedures during a visit.Read the Remote Site Safety Guidelines