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					Risk Management
    Spring 2010

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    What is Risk Management?
   A discipline for dealing with uncertainty
   A system for making choices
   A way for better understanding potential
   A guide for responding to undesirable

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    The Importance of RM to KIN
   Helps practice good business management
   By doing Risk Management, your club can
    improve, or keep, its positive public
   Helps Kin to make insurance available and
   Helps Kin to protect itself in potential
   Reduces the chance of injury to

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    Risk Management Resources
   Website at www.kincanada.ca
   Includes:
         Step-by-Step Guide to Risk Management
         Presentations and Training Modules
         Project Checklists
         Insurance Information
         Corporate Status Information

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         Insurance and Risk
        Management Contacts
   Risk Management Coordinator – HQ
    • Mélanie Nieson
   National Risk Management
    Committee (NRMC)
    • Gail Brittain, D7
    • Terri Iredale, D1
    • Tony Conway, D7
   Insurance Brokers
    • HKMB Hub , contact Amanda Shyhinskyi
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    Some Insurance related items

   Certificates of Insurance
    • Request by third parties
    • Requests by Clubs to third parties
   Asset Transfer Waivers
   Incident Report Forms

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          Insurance Reporting
   Why Insurance Reporting is
    • It is essential so the Association can
      maintain national insurance coverage for
    • Essential for clubs to protect themselves
      from a potential third party liability claim
    • Displays to the Association’s insurer that
      we have good risk management planning
      in place
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           Corporate Status
   Why do clubs need to establish
    and maintain corporate status?
    • Required to under Kin Canada By-Laws
    • Protects the individual members of the
      club by making it a legal entity
    • Clubs are legally obligated to stay
      current with filing to the province
    • Keeps them active in their provincial
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    What Happens if you are not
   What happens if you do not
    maintain your corporate status?
    • The province can place the corporation
      in “default”, and eventually revoke
    • Individual members could be personally
      at risk financially if the club ever has
      any actions or claims brought against it

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 What happens if you do not
maintain your corporate status?
• The Club Executive may be liable for
  any resulting penalties, fines or other
  action taken by the province for failure
  to file
• It is a violation of Kin Canada’s By-
  Laws, which could result in putting the
  club’s insurance at risk
• The club could be put “Not in Good
  Standing” or in “Suspension” with
  National and possibly have their charter
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        T2 (Income Tax Filing)
   All non-profit club’s must file a T2
   Some club’s will also required to file
    an NPO form.
   Some clubs will also be required to
    file income tax with their province
   A deadline is given by Revenue
    Canada for each filing.

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   If you have any questions regarding
    these matters please feel free to
    contact your
    • District Risk Manager
    • Risk Management Coordinator at
         Melanie Nieson 1-800-742-5546 ext. 208

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