The Risk Management Foundation (RMF) will select the 2016 Robert E. Joseph RMF Award recipients through a new process this year by judging applicants on videos they create covering a variety of risk management topics. In previous years, the award was judged through a written application.
In order to ensure that presentations are catchy and informative, submissions must last between 30 and 90 seconds, and convey a message relating to one of the following categories: event and party planning; alcohol education; house and fire safety; social media; or crisis management and disaster preparedness. Each chapter can submit one video in each category, for up to five total submissions.
The RMF expects to award multiple grants ranging from $500 to $2,500. Chapters must submit videos to firstname.lastname@example.org by May 1, and the entries will be judged on their quality, creativity and impact.
For more information about the Robert E. Joseph RMF Award video contest, contact Justin Brandt, LOUISVILLE 2013, program director at the Risk Management Foundation, at (847) 869-3655, ext. 268.