TnPRIMA’s 30th Anniversary Annual Conference
November 2 – 4, 2016 • Embassy Suites – Nashville South / Cool Springs
The 2016 30th Anniversary Conference of the Tennessee Public Risk Management Association (TnPRIMA) has been scheduled for November 2 – 4 at the Embassy Suites ~ Nashville South / Cool Springs. Make plans now to attend. This promises to be the best TnPRIMA Conference yet, with a world-class group of presenters.
Our opening BASIC TRAINING sessions on Wednesday morning will include sessions on ADA compliance and working with public safety staff. Other topics throughout the conference include Disaster Preparedness, Risk Management on a Shoestring, Workers’ Comp Reform Update, Addressing Active Shooter Risk and Parks & Rec Safety. Our keynote address is one not to be missed… Jason Schechterle, Detective (ret) – Phoenix Police Department, will present “Burning Shield” and outline his inspirational story of commitment, determination and sheer will in his recovery from a horrific on-the-job injury early in his career. Jason’s book, “Burning Shield” is available on Amazon, and he will be available to sign any books brought to the session.
In addition to an outstanding array of speakers on these and other topics, the conference will feature an Opening Reception with live music (a return engagement from The Entice Band!) on Wednesday evening, breakfast each morning, lunch on Wednesday & Thursday, and plenty of other opportunities for networking with other public entity professionals.
Public entity risk professionals, public safety administrators and officials, human resources professionals, governmental administrators, and anyone interested in providing public services more safely and effectively should attend.
The Registration Fee for the entire conference will be $150 for members & $200 for non-members (prior to the Early Bird date of October 3, and to be guaranteed a conference wearable). After October 3, the Registration Fees are $170 for members and $220 for non-members (wearable will be subject to availability). One-Day Registrations are available for any day of the conference for $100, and Spouse Tickets are available for the Wednesday evening opening Reception for $50, and for Thursday evening’s Networking Reception for $40. The Conference Lodging Rate at the Embassy Suites ~ Nashville South/Cool Springs (ph. 615-515-5151) is $152 per night (if reservations made by October 3). The final registration materials including the full conference agenda will be available on this website. You will want to register early as space will be limited.