Risk & Insurance Symposium

Emergency Vehicle Driving Simulator at Symposium

By  Heather Hughes | 7/7/2021 8:00 am

This year’s Risk and Insurance Symposium, to be held Aug. 25 - 27 at the Cool Springs Marriott, will feature a breakout session entitled “Firefighting Liability and Risk Management.” Led by Jason Sparks and Jeff Elliott from the Tennessee Fire and Codes Academy, this session will provide those in attendance the opportunity to participate in a demonstration of the Academy’s emergency vehicle driving simulator.

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Symposium CE Credits

By  Heather Hughes | 6/3/2021 1:00 am

It’s hard to believe we are less than three months away from our annual Risk & Insurance Symposium, scheduled for Aug. 25 - 27 at the Franklin Marriott Cool Springs. This free, three-day educational event offers timely and informative sessions that cover topics of interest to local governments, and is open to all Public Entity Partners members and local agents.

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Billy P. the Amputee Keynote at 2021 Symposium

By  Heather Hughes | 5/5/2021 6:00 pm

Although he experienced a catastrophic injury, Billy Parker knows he's lucky to be alive, and will share his story on how "ignoring workplace safety can change your life in an instant." Billy Parker will provide a Key Note address at the 2021 Risk & Insurance Symposium.

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2021 Risk & Insurance Symposium

By  Heather Hughes | 4/12/2021 8:00 am

Please save the date for the 2021 Risk & Insurance Symposium, scheduled for August 25 - 27 at the Cool Springs Marriott in Franklin. This three-day, in-person educational and networking event will provide attendees with courses aimed at local government risk management and touch on emerging risk exposures.

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2020 Risk & Insurance Symposium — Transition to Webinar Series

7/29/2020 12:00 am

Our team has worked hard to implement stringent social distancing measures for our 2020 Risk & Insurance Symposium, but unfortunately, the rising number of active COVID-19 cases across the state of Tennessee have forced us to cancel this year’s event. In lieu of the Symposium, we will be launching a webinar series in conjunction with the Tennessee Municipal League (TML).

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