Risk management seeks to identify, assess, and manage the impacts of credit risk, operational risk, and market risk on the business of city government. Risks are mitigated by having policies in place to protect:
Risk management gives comfort to stakeholders (shareholders, customers, employees and so on) that the business is being effectively managed and helps the organization confirm its compliance with corporate governance requirements.
Risk Management is relevant to all organizations whether they are in the public or private sector, or whether they are large or small. It should form part of the culture of the organization, with an effective policy and program led by top management with clear responsibilities laid down for every manager and employee to be involved in the management of risk. It supports accountability, performance measurement and reward thus promoting efficiency at all levels.
Certificates of Insurance
The City requires insurance from all agencies, legal entities, vendors, and all individuals who have a contract, and are doing work on and behalf of the City of Riverside to submit valid insurance. The links below will provide you with the information you need to meet the City's Insurance Requirements. Agencies, legal entities, and all individual parties who are required to submit a Certificate of Insurance must upload their Certificates and required endorsement forms to the City’s COI Portal https://riversideca.gov/coiportal.
For any questions on the COI Portal or insurance, please email [email protected]
3900 Main St.
Riverside, CA 92522
Phone: (951) 826-5454