December 09, 2004 Risk Management User Group16 Michael L. Hay, CGFM, CPPM SORM 200
December 09, 2004 Risk Management User Group17 CategoryFY03FY04 F -Salaries and Wages$13,876,051$13,227,823 G - Benefits$3,510,460$3,167,646 H - Travel$172,233$113,347 I - Training and Education$112,932$145,429 J - Supplies and Consumables$222,633$252,106 K - Capital Outlay$887,605$1,283,320 L - Rentals and Leases$1,031,581$600,449 M - Telephone and Utilities$369,750$359,398 N - Other Operating Costs$5,391,294$6,717,800 O - Safety Supplies and Equip$327,254$320,464 P - Consultant Services and Fees$1,222,636$797,236 Q - Other Services$2,754,119$5,718,151 R - Other Fees, Taxes, Expenses$502,824$326,568 Total$30,381,372$33,029,737 Statewide Risk Management Expenditures SORM200
December 09, 2004 Risk Management User Group18 CategoryFY02FY03FY04 Number of Notaries232221292501 Number of New Notaries FY564273561 Number of Notaries Renewing FY333406352 7204 Insurance Premiums$9,907,991$10,472,134$13,826,264 7205 Bonds$249,055$94,401$84,485 7216 Insurance Approved By OAG & TDI$394,669$1,169,497$1,501,740 7217 Employee Bonds Approved By State Auditor$1,268$428$5,406 7220 Court Order Notification Expenses$123,069$370,839$215,894 7225 Settlement & Judgments for Attorney Fees$1,017,169$1,530,223$1,650,475 7226 Settlement & Judgments for Claimant & other expenses$3,039,077$3,406,569$3,164,660 7227 Miscellaneous Claims Act Payments$3,132$105,500$484,538 7228 Legislative Claims$0$11$4,500 7229 Settlements & Judgments for Claimant & Attorney$208,444$227,461$1,999,786 SORM200 Notaries/Insurance/Claims
December 09, 2004 Risk Management User Group19 SORM200 Property & Liability Claims Claim TypeFY02FY03FY04 Accident Insurance400 Auto Liability337301115 Auto Physical Damage150249326 Boiler and Machinery120 Crime02429 Directors and Officers6212763 Electronic Data33338 Employment Practices24622782 Environmental001 Excess Liability8210 General Liability378288167 Inland Marine055 Professional Liability39478 Property Insurance7610341 total13041427875
Travel Safety If a Car Could Talk Garry L. Parker, Senior Trooper Public Information and Education Resource Officer Texas Department of Public Safety
December 09, 2004 Risk Management User Group25 Questions?
Roundtable Discussion Joe Deering, Risk Management Specialist Sam Arant, Risk Management Specialist Deanna Saile, Risk Management Specialist Lisa Bell, Risk Management Specialist Curt Krill, Risk Management Specialist Sally Becker, Insurance Specialist Mike Hay, Director
December 09, 2004 Risk Management User Group27 Roundtable Topics Natural Gas Piping Systems – Texas State Fire Marshal Directive of September 15, 2004 Indoor Air Quality in state occupied buildings – SB 599, signed by Governor June 6, 2003 Status of Business Continuity Plans of state agencies Ergonomic programs at state agencies Revision of SORMs Risk Management for Texas State Agencies guidelines Insurance Program Online Risk Assessment System
December 09, 2004 Risk Management User Group28 Texas Department of Insurance State Fire Marshals Office Austin, Texas Texas State Fire Marshal Directive The state Fire Marshal has determined that any natural gas piping system that has not been inspected and tested within the last two years constitutes a dangerous condition. Therefore, pursuant to the authority of Texas Government Code 417.008, we are directing that you take immediate steps to insure that:
December 09, 2004 Risk Management User Group29 Texas State Fire Marshal Directive 1.All natural gas piping systems owned, operated and controlled be a State Agency or State Higher Education Campus are designed, constructed, maintained and operated in accordance with the Minimum Safety Standards for Natural Gas, 49 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) part 192, as required by 16 TAC 7.70. 2.All interior gas piping in structures and buildings are installed, operated, tested, and repaired in accordance with National Fire Protection Association Fuel Gas Code, NFPA 54.
December 09, 2004 Risk Management User Group30 Texas State Fire Marshal Directive 3.A leakage survey (pressure test) is completed on all interior gas piping in all structures and buildings used for sleeping every two years. Testing: A pressure test to determine if the natural gas piping in each facility will hold at least normal operating pressure shall be performed as follows: (A) For systems on which the normal operating pressure is less than 0.5 psig, the test pressure shall be 5 psig and the time interval shall be 30 minutes. (B) For systems on which the normal operating pressure is 0.5 psig or more, the test pressure shall be 1.5 times the normal operating pressure or 5 psig, whichever is greater, and the time interval shall be 30 minutes. (C) A pressure test using normal operating pressure shall be utilized only on systems operating at 5 psig or greater, and the time interval shall be one hour.
December 09, 2004 Risk Management User Group31 Texas State Fire Marshal Directive The testing shall be conducted by: A licensed plumber A qualified employee or agent of the facility who is regularly employed as or acting as a maintenance person or maintenance engineer A person exempt from the plumbing license law as provided in Texas Civil Statutes, Article 6243-101, 3 All facilities should take immediate action to insure compliance. All facilities should be in compliance no later than September 1, 2005. Documentation of compliance should be maintained in the facility safety department and be available for inspection by the State Fire Marshal, Railroad Commission, or other State officials.
December 09, 2004 Risk Management User Group32 Questions?
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