Moreton & Company and
Utah Risk Management Mutual Association have joined together to bring you



Elected Officials, City Management, Risk Managers, Law Enforcement, and Emergency Response Personnel




Sandy City Council Chambers
10000 Centennial Parkway
Sandy, Utah 84070 

Light refreshments will be served.

Morning Session

9:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Seating is limited to the first 150 registrants

Afternoon Session

1:00 PM to 4:00 PM

Seating is limited to the first 150 registrants

1. The Ten Families of Risk

Everything we do in life involves a level of risk – and the same is true with what you do professionally. Since we do thousands of different things at work – how can you possibly start to “Recognize” the real risks you face? Gordon puts all of the “risks” you face into ten families. This makes the “Recognition”, “Prioritization” and “Mobilization” possible.

2. What is "Real" Risk Management

The phrase “risk management” gets thrown around quite a bit, but what is “real” risk management? It is more than safety and insurance stuff. Everything you do in your organization involves a level of risk. Gordon will explain how to recognize the real risks you face and give you some sound advice on how to manage them.

3. Organizational Risk Management

A risk management look inside an organization can show what may be done today to avoid/minimize incidents from going wrong. Gordon will focus on the “5 Pillars” of a successful organization and provide ideas that can be initiated in the workplace immediately to improve performance. Included are a series of rules to prevent incidents from going wrong.

Gordon Graham

Gordon Graham is a 33 year veteran of California Law Enforcement. His education as a Risk Manager and experience as a practicing Attorney, coupled with his extensive background in law enforcement, have allowed him to rapidly become recognized as a leading professional speaker in both private and public sector organizations with multiple areas of expertise


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Registration is limited to the first 150 people per session.