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Click on.. Missing Children... The 2005 tsunami and hurricanes Katrina and Wilma resulted in thousands of children being lost or stolen. Click yellow Missing Children... links throughout our sites to help return them to their families.   Rich


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The half life of education means in a short time you'll only remember about 1/2 of what you thought you'd never forget. Your good notes and handouts will help, but unless you put what you learned into practice there is a better than even chance you'll forget most of what you learned.

Therefore, to help increase your retention, I'll post my session handouts and provide you with a summary power point presentation you can use when reporting back to your credit union, chapter, members and community!


If you have questions, I encourage you to first contact those who attended my session. This will will help them reinforce their learning and your credit union customize what we thought would work to your special circumstances. Needless to say, I'm only a call away if needed.

Rich Woldt
Call me at 608-712-7880 and visit my personal web site at:!


Within days of the Western States Volunteer's Conference we posted alerts about the arson, fires, and mass evacuations in Oklahoma followed by fires in Colorado. Below are the specific instructions we posted for those fighting and those being forced to evacuate:


Thank you credit unions for responding to the fire victims in Oklahoma and now Colorado! I suggest you download all the tri-folds and discuss them at your next in-house staff training. Rich Woldt

Like the states that assembled in 1928 to launch the Hoover Dam Project and stop the flooding of the Southwestern USA, credit union' volunteers from Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada New Mexico, Oklahoma. Texas, Utah and Wyoming assembled in 2006 to launch an Incident Command System to protect and defend citizens of the western states against a terrorist attack and lead the country to full recovery after the next disaster. The faculty at The Risk Management Learning Center the credit union leagues who sponsored this conference extend their sincere appreciation to volunteers who attended this conference.  To add value to this conference I invite you to download a consolidated version of my presentation and the handouts distributed during my sessions.  

“Oklahoma and Colorado Credit Unions Click Below and Download 1st Responder, Evacuee, and Victim Response Instructions, Download Power Point for Training! Rich Woldt

Fire Fighting and Mass Evacuation Instructions

First Responder Instructions Click here!

Evacuee Instructions Click Here!

Victim Instructions: Click Here!

For Incident Command System training power point: Click Here!

Click Here to download training materials you can use to share what you learned with your family, fellow credit union employees, and members at your next chapter meeting. Thank you for your continued support of our faculty, your local law enforcement and emergency response professionals! I look forward to seeing you all at CUNA School in Texas, the WOCCU annual meeting in Dublin, Ireland, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, England, South Korea, and beyond. Watch for our promotions of presentations coming to a theatre near you!                                                                                                              Rich Woldt


After the hurricanes in 2005 there were many questions about safe deposit boxes. David McGuinn posted a number of white papers and articles. Note below. 
We salute our Risk Management faculty and faculty mentors:
David McGuinn for his research on Safe Deposit box security during Katrina

RMLC Facutly David McGuinn posts white paper titled "Supreme Court Drives Nail Into Self-Service Box Cofin" SD Box Supervisors should read and distribute it ASAP. For more information contact David at Phone:713. 937.9929 Fax:713.937.7751 e-mail:

Professor Dan R. Anderson for his book on managing "Sustainability Risks"

Kill the neighbor's grass, polute his air, or poison his cat and you run the risk of being shot, suied, or both. Do it with the deep pockets of most large companyies and you can add boycotts, humiliation, new regulations, extortion, intimidation, bomb threats, and international ridicule to risks you'd better manage. han you'll be shot and sued. My friend and Risk Management mentor, ---- University of Wisconsin Professor of Risk Management and Insurance Dan R. Anderson has published "CORPORATE SURVIVAL: The Critical Importance of Sustainability Risk Management." Dan's new book will get you actively involved in your own surval. For more information go to or

Paul Bergee for his work on Pandemics and contingency planning.  

Click here to reach Dave McGuinn    Click Here to order Dan's book 

Go to and  White Papers to study their research! Rich Woldt 

We're reaching out to make a difference!

Rich Woldt

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To add value to my RM workshops, presentations, cruises and conferences, and to express my appreciation to those who took the time to attend, when appropriate, I post session summaries, handouts, and short power point presentations in the section below. These are usually only left posted for 30 days so please download them when seen or they may not be there the next time you visit this site. Simply click on the blue icons below.   Thank You for your continued confidence and support!    Rich Woldt 
U of Wisconsin Risk Management & Insurance Society Presentation Session Summary & Handouts
Business Recovery Association of Wisconsin (BRAW) - Meeting on Pandemic Risks conducted by Paul at American Family White Paper - Paul Bergee

Stop! Before you enter, I must be honest. In 42 years teaching Risk Management  I've learned your first source of Risk Management wisdom should comes from your professional trade associations. By definition, they know your goals, understand your objectives, and are most familiar with the rules and the regulations that govern your decisions. Most important, they are in touch with others who face the same Risk Management challenges. You see, I've also learned there are no silver bullets, no one person or company has all the right answers, and when disasters strike it's a family, your neighbor, or your competitor who'll be first on the scene to offer a helping hand. I recommend you build your Risk Management program on these simple truths, now click here for an introduction to our mentors, click here meet our faculty, click here to conduct your own research, and click here to consider our workshops. And, click here to visit our Community Outreach Center. 



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