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Office of Risk Management - About Us

ORM History
The Office of Risk Management was created within the Division of Administration by R.S. 39:1527, et seq., in order to provide a comprehensive risk management program for the state.

The mission of the Office of Risk Management (ORM) is to develop, direct, achieve and administer a cost effective comprehensive risk management program for all agencies, boards and commissions of the State of Louisiana and for any other entity for which the state has an equity interest, in order to preserve and protect the assets of the State of Louisiana.

R.S. 39:1527, et seq., further designates the Office of Risk Management to be solely responsible for all Property and Casualty and Worker’s Compensation insurance purchased by ORM or self-insured by ORM for all State departments, agencies, boards, and commissions.

The Office of Risk Management provides Workers’ Compensation coverage to all of the State’s approximately 89,439 employees. Coverage is provided for State property and contents which is valued at approximately $16,486,469,434.63 (excluding LSU-BR, LSU Board of Supervisors, Paul M. Hebert Law Ctr). ORM also provides coverage for employee bonds, crime, automobile liability and physical damage, comprehensive general liability, personal injury liability, boiler and machinery, medical malpractice, road hazards and miscellaneous tort coverage for those tort claims not otherwise covered. Other coverages are provided as needed, such as excess over self-insurance, specific excess for crime, aviation, wet marine, and bridge property damage.

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