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Winter Pooling Matters newsletter online now! 

The winter edition of the Pooling Matters newsletter is online now. In this edition: Pepper's Ferry Wastewater Authority's Mac McCutchan recovers after severe slip, trip, and fall; VMLIP named Company of the Year, 2015, by the Richmond CPCU Society; New courses added to the VMLIP Online University; City of Fredericksburg prepares for winter with snowplow training; and much more. Read it here

Prevent cold stress

Cold temperatures are finally here, and according to the National Weather Service, they may be just the start of chillier temperatures than average for January and February. Workers exposed to extreme cold may be at risk of cold stress - such as hypothermia, cold water immersion, frostbite, trench foot or chilblains. The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) website provides signs and symptoms, first-aid, and recommendations for prevention of cold stress. Learn more here.

VMLIP named 2015 CPCU Company of the Year 

The Richmond Chapter of the Chartered Property and Casualty Underwriter (CPCU) Society awarded the 2015 CPCU Company of the Year recognition to VML Insurance Programs (VMLIP). VMLIP was awarded for the pool’s continuous support and commitment to the CPCU Society and other insurance-related learning. Learn more here.


2015 Year In Review 

2015 was a great year to be a member of VMLIP! The pool was awarded three times for excellence in performance, financial reporting, and support of continuing education. Learn more about the awards as well as underwriting, claims, consulting, safety, and staff development news in our year-end recap blog, available here


We want to feature you!

Does your entity have an antique, unique, or otherwise interesting insured property with VMLIP? We want to feature it! Send us photos of your unique facilities, autos, or other insured property and we may feature it on our website, Facebook, blog or Twitter pages! We are looking for things like antique fire trucks, historical buildings, or unique pieces of art!