County fire gets loss prevention grant

Anderson County Review – May 9, 2017
Submitted by Newz Group – May 18, 2017

Anderson County was recently awarded a $2,000 loss prevention grant through KCAMP, a risk pool for public entities in Kansas, for back up camera systems to be placed on several large fire department apparatus. The purpose of this project is to reduce or eliminate backing accidents during fire apparatus movement on emergency scenes or day to day activities. These accidents can result in expensive damage to county owned property as well as private property. Many times the costs associated with these damages falls back on Anderson County as a whole.

KCAMP is a member-owned, member-funded self-insured property and liability pool. Members pay contributions (premiums) to the pool. These contributions are used to pay claims, provide risk management services and education to the members, and pay costs associated with the administration of the pool.

Anderson County is one of 86 municipalities within Kansas that belong to KCAMP.


Posted by Gwen Dorr Romine, KSFFA Webmaster
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