Risk Management administers the University's property and liability insurance programs designed to provide a safe environment for the campus community, as well as protect and preserve the University's assets from adverse effects of physical and financial loss. We provide the following services:
- Coordination of the University's
comprehensive property and casualty insurance, auto insurance, and tort
liability protection with the Idaho State Risk and Insurance Management
- Claims management for University
property, liability and auto losses
- Issue requested certificates
- Coordination and claims management
involving workers compensation accidents
- Contract review and advice
on Risk Management Issues
- Charitable Gaming/Fundraising
- State of Idaho A.G. Civil Litigation Division Guidelines on Bingo and Raffles
- Event Coverage - Tenants and Users Liability Insurance Policy
- Fine Arts Insurance Form
- Foreign Travel Insurance Coverage
- General Liability (including Professional/Malpractice) - Faculty/Employees
- Idaho Tort Claims Act
- Professional Liability/Malpractice - Students
- Property Insurance - Inland Marine & Major Property
- State of Idaho Facilities Use Guidelines on Insurance Requirements
- Student International Travel Coverage
Idaho State University serves many minors on our campus annually. College students, faculty, and staff interact with youth in many ways. You may be a coach, counselor, mentor, researcher, teacher or volunteer. Perhaps you are with an outside group, such as a school or camp that brings kids to ISU. If you manage, participate, host or sponsor an event that involves minors on campus, or an outside organization is hosting or sponsoring an event on one of our campuses that involves minors, please refer to MINORS ON CAMPUS POLICY 10510 and provide the “EVENT ACKNOWLEDGMENT AND CERTIFICATION FORM to Risk Management certifying that all necessary steps have been taken to ensure the safety of minors participating in the event.
This nine-minute video, Shine a Light by United Educators highlights the importance of child safety awareness.
Any Program or activity involving minors or volunteers working within laboratories must also follow the ISU Laboratory Safety Policy 7110 established by the Office of Research.
or Loss Reporting Form
Idaho State University is insured by the State of Idaho. If your department experiences a property loss of $2000 or more, you may file a claim for possible recovery of the loss by completing the attached form (State of Idaho Property or Loss Reporting Form) and submitting it to the Office of General Counsel/Risk Management (Campus Box 8410). Supporting information needed to accompany the form would be (1) if the loss involves theft, vandalism or a similar crime, a police report and/or Public Safety Incident Report; (2) a copy of the invoice and/or documentation of replacement costs, such as bids, quotes or estimates; and (3) if the item(s) are also covered on the supplemental insurance policy (Inland Marine), a printout verifying its coverage with the ISU tag number or serial number and replacement cost(s). This form must be completed within 90 days from the date of loss. ISU's Risk Management Office will submit it to the State Risk Management Office, who will determine recovery amounts based on the information submitted. If you have any questions or require assistance in filling out this form, you may contact the Office of General Counsel/Risk Management, extension 3234.
Claims: Liability claims against the State of Idaho (Idaho State University) must be filed in accordance with the Idaho Tort Claims Act (Idaho Code §6-905).
All third-parties, i.e., a non-employee of the University, citizen or student wishing to present a claim or inquiring about filing procedures, should be given a Citizens Claim Procedure form. Directions and the address on how to fill out the form and where to send it are provided to the claimant. Under no circumstances are we, as the University, to file a claim and/or documents with the Secretary of State on behalf of the claimant.
Any incident involving a third-party for which there is potential liability or the possibility of a claim being filed needs to be reported to the ISU Office of Risk Management. We will submit as much information and documentation to the State Risk Management Office so they are aware of a potential claim.
- 2310 Transportation Services Vehicle Use policy
- Vehicle Use and Liability
Vehicle Record Check Form
- Acceptable Vehicle Use Agreement
- Personal Auto Use for State Business
- Enterprise Rent-a-Car - Renting A Vehicle
- Frequently asked questions about Enterprise Car Rental
- 3020 University Volunteer Policy
- Authorized Volunteer Services Agreement and Disclosure Statement
- Background Check Application and Release Form
These agreements are examples of various waivers/releases and should be sent to General Counsel for review before using them.