Minnesotans benefit from the emergency services delivered by cities. Sometimes fire and police services are provided directly to residents, other times cities may collaborate with one another or a county for emergency services. Each of these services, though, presents a unique set of management and liability issues. LMCIT has developed materials and training to help members navigate these issues.
Training Safety Officer (TSO) Program
Training injuries to public safety responders are on the rise both nationally and in Minnesota. So how can your department combat these types of injuries in a low-cost way? Learn about the training safety officer (TSO) program, developed by the League of Minnesota Cities Insurance Trust (LMCIT) in cooperation with fire and police departments across the state.
Read more about the TSO program
On the Line: Public Safety Risk Management Blog
With nearly 40 years in public safety (as both a police officer and a firefighter), Rob Boe has quite literally walked in a first responder’s shoes. Now the public safety project coordinator at the League of Minnesota Cities Insurance Trust, Rob currently focuses on efforts to keep public safety workers safe on the job. One of the tools currently at his disposal is a blog, LMC On the Line, where he shares insights and industry knowledge on a regular basis.
Read the On the Line blog