Over $255,000 Awarded to GSRMA Members

Jun 2015 09 | Posted by naomi.whatley

At the May 13, 2015 Board Meeting, the GSRMA Board of Directors approved the 2014/15 Loss Prevention Incentive Program (LPIP) Awards. The LPIP was created to provide GSRMA members with an incentive to develop, implement and maintain safety and loss prevention programs. The development of safety and loss prevention programs assist members in the reduction of claims and losses.  Members can receive up to 10% of their annual contribution (maximum of $50,000) based on qualifications. 

This year 41 GSRMA member agencies earned awards totaling $255,422. We congratulate this year’s recipients for all of their hard work: Anderson Valley Community Services District, Arroyo Grande Cemetery District, Auburn Public Cemetery District, Browns Valley Cemetery District, Camptonville Community Services District, City of Crescent City, City of Dorris, City of Orland, City of Williams, Coffee Creek Volunteer Fire District, Colusa Cemetery District, Colusa County Resource Conservation District, Cottonwood Cemetery District, County of Glenn, Fair Oaks Cemetery District, Glenn County Office of Education, Glenn County Resource Conservation District, Gridley-Biggs Cemetery District, Los Banos Cemetery District, Madera Cemetery District, Mendocino City Community Services District, Mendocino Fire Protection District, Mt. Shasta Fire Protection District, Murrieta Valley Cemetery District, Nevada Cemetery District, Northshore Fire Protection District, Oroville Cemetery District, Pliocene Ridge Community Services District, Porterville Cemetery District, Rancho Murieta Community Services District, Reclamation District 784, Sacramento Area Council of Governments, Selma Cemetery District, Siskiyou County Service Area #4, Sutter Cemetery District, Sylvan Cemetery District, Tehama-Colusa Canal Authority, Visalia Cemetery District, Williams Fire Protection Authority, Willows Unified School District, and Yolo Fire Protection District.

Should your agency wish to find out more about the LPIP check out the following link on our website at http://gsrma.org/resources/loss-prevention-services/. You can also contact our Loss Prevention staff at lossprevention@gsrma.org or (530) 934-5633. We would be happy to provide further explanation about the program and provide assistance.

We have made a few revisions to the applications for the 2015/16 program year. The 2015/16 LPIP applications are available for review on our website at http://gsrma.org/resources/loss-prevention-services/. We have separated the LPIP into three applications to better accommodate the diversity of our member agencies: cemetery districts, fire districts, and the general application for the remaining member agencies.

Dr. Mort Geivett and Janet Perez of Willows Unified School District

Members of the County of Glenn’s Safety Committee