Religious Institutions Assessment

Assessment Introduction

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    Welcome to the Religious Institutions IQRM!

    As a religious institution, you and your leadership team should be aware of a number of common exposures. It is vital that a risk advisor support you and your organization in addressing strategies to reduce, contractually shift, avoid, retain, or transfer these risks.

    Please click below to begin a 15 statement survey to gain your organization’s IQRM Effectiveness Risk Audit Score for religious institutions.

    Question 1

    The methods used for the determination of insured values of our organization’s buildings and personal property, and revenue align with the ability to rebuild and replace our facilities in the event of a catastrophic loss.

    Question 2

    Our leadership team plans for our organization’s fiscal continuity in the event of a catastrophic loss.

    Question 3

    Regarding operational changes (including new ministries and expansion plans), our leadership team shares this information with our trusted advisor network.

    Question 4

    Our leadership team communicates the three-to-five concerns keeping us awake at night with our trusted advisor network.

    Question 5

    Should a data breach occur, our cybersecurity policies and procedures address the steps we need to take.

    Question 6

    Our employee and volunteer policies and procedures protect youth and children from sexual abuse.

    Question 7

    Should a claim occur, our policies clearly outline the processes we need to take to notify our agent or broker.

    Question 8

    Our policies and procedures clearly outline how we prefer to manage litigation (i.e., the insurance company or our own counsel).

    Question 9

    Our organization has established a culture where employees feel comfortable coming to management with concerns that may result in a potential claim.

    Question 10

    Our leadership keeps the board of directors informed as to the insurance coverages and limits the organization carries.

    Question 11

    Our bylaws establish ownership guidelines and/or policies for the creation of original work by our employees.

    Question 12

    The organization repairs visible hazards on our owned premises in a timely manner.

    Question 13

    The organization has policies and procedures in place to clearly outline safety procedures and best practices for employees using their own vehicle for business.

    Question 14

    The organization provides a safe and secure environment, including immediate response action should we face an act of violence or a weather-related catastrophe.

    Question 15

    Our policies, procedures, and internal controls protect us from a crime loss such as employee theft.

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