Risk Management | Professional Development
0 Credit Hours | Online HD Video Class | Instructor: Gwyn Besner
This course will help real estate agents be prepared for the risks of doing business by helping to identify threats such as cyber crime, identity theft and internet liability as well as anti-trust laws and OSHA regulations relevant to the real estate industry.
Risk is the potential, or possibility that something bad or unpleasant, such as an injury or loss, will happen. The various risks we face are fines and penalties for violating the law, either intentionally or accidentally; loss of money due to damages awarded in a lawsuit; or even loss of our ability to make a living in our chosen profession. This also includes injuries to ourselves or others. Since some risk is inevitable in the marketplace, it is important to carry insurance to protect against inadvertent exposure to risk. Risk management allows you to assess, identify and then determine what kind of agreements, insurance or policies will best protect your business.
Types of Insurance
1. General Liability
2. Errors and Omissions
5. Business Interruption
6. Directors and Officers Liability
7. Workers Compensation
Choosing an Insurer
3. CLUE Reports
2. Loss Prevention
2. Damage Control
4. Data Security
2. Security Breaches
3. Privacy Policies
4. FTC Best Practices
Safety Issues and Risk Reduction
2. Premises Liability
3. Ownership of Premises
1. Copyright Violations
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