Risk Management is dedicated to servicing the campus community as a whole, including faculty, staff, and students. Risk Management is the process of properly identifying, analyzing, and evaluating the risk issues associated with the University. Once this is completed, the process moves forward with implementing, monitoring, and reviewing best and most practical risk mitigation techniques for the campus.
For the review of the variety of student internship and contract agreements proposed to the university to ensure the insurance, workers compensation, safety and risk elements of the contract are addressed.
Insurance – General & Property Liability
Special Events, Camps, and Outside Vendors/Contractors
- St. Thomas University requires that all Certificate of Insurance have the following information:
- Workers' Compensation Statutory coverage plus $1 million, Employers Liability;
- Automobile Liability $1 million Combined Single Limit for Bodily Injury and Property Damage;
- General Liability coverage of $1 million per Occurrence and $2 million General Aggregate;
- St. Thomas University, Inc., Archbishop Thomas G. Wenski, The Archdiocese of Miami and all their agents, officers and employees are named as additional insureds to the General Liability.
- Certificate of Insurances have to be delivered to the Manager of Environmental Compliance & Risk Management no later than fifteen (15) days prior to the event.
- For more information regarding Special Events, please visit the Special Events webpage.
St. Thomas University does not provide insurance coverage. If your organization does not currently have insurance, then please contact an independent insurance carrier or you may go to: https://tulip.ajgrms.com/
to purchase event coverage for use only at St. Thomas. The coverage provided by Arthur J. Gallegher is only an option.
Required Documents for Faculty & Staff
Student Travel Policy and Required Documents
For more information, please contact:
Monique N. Brijbasi
Associate Director of Risk Management, Environmental Compliance, and Emergency Management