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Category Archives: Business Continuity
Is your entity one of the 66 percent of VML Insurance Programs (VMLIP) members without a business continuity plan in place? Do you know where you would conduct business in the event your building was to become uninhabitable? Do you … Continue reading
The VMLIP 2011 – 2012 Annual Report is now available online. The theme of this year’s report is partnership. Inside, in addition to financial information, readers will find information on how Virginia’s local governmental entities joined together in risk management … Continue reading
Boiler and Machinery coverage isn’t on the forefront of most people’s minds. It is the type of coverage that we only think about when something goes wrong. To lessen the chance of something going wrong, the Commonwealth of Virginia has … Continue reading
Nearly a year after a Thanksgiving Day fire destroyed the City of Poquoson’s public works facility, city officials, employees and representatives from VML Insurance Programs gathered on Nov. 14 to dedicate a new public works building. The fire began last … Continue reading
Earthquakes, hurricanes, and tornadoes – “oh my.” Last year in Virginia we experienced each of these. Hurricane season started June 1, and while the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) predicts a near-normal hurricane season this year, “near-normal” still means … Continue reading
Between Feb. 28 and March 3 two storms delivered numerous tornadoes throughout the United States, including an EF1 tornado with 86 – 110 mph winds which struck the Ewing area of Lee County in Southwest Virginia. The storms pushed through … Continue reading
More often than not property damage from fires is predominantly a result of water damage from putting the fire out. This was the case for the City of Poquoson. A fire on Thanksgiving day began in the ceiling around the … Continue reading