Description: The Collegiate Chapter and its Alumni Chapter shall abide by the current Risk Management Policy as defined by the Grand Council. Each Collegiate and Prospective Brother and any affiliated group shall be instructed annually on the Risk Management Policy.
As an Advisor, you are key for ensuring that your Chapter reviews the Risk Management Policy annually not only with new Candidates but also with all Brothers. This is a requirement as part of the AAP. Many chapters review the document only once during the candidacy period, but important changes may be made to the policy which require annual communication. The Risk Management Policy can be found below and also in our Resource Library (sign in to view).
A new addition to Phi Delta Chi’s Risk Management Policy is the Risk Management Investigation Enforcement Policy. This policy was described in detail in the December 2015 edition of the e-Communicator, page 6. Please be sure to review this document with your Chapter in order to enhance support of abiding by the Risk Management Policy.
Additional resources available related to Risk Management include:
A workshop titled “Risk Management – Eliminating Hazing to Protect Your Chapter” - please contact your RDCA for these materials
Examples of social activities without alcohol (below)
Examples of Risk Management issues encountered by Phi Delta Chi chapters