Fleury Risk Management Announces Lexipol Partnership
Updated: Mar 9
Fleury Risk Management (FRM), Group Manager for NYS Public Entities Safety Group 497, and Lexipol, the leading content, policy and training platform for public safety agencies, are pleased to announce a partnership offering policy solutions for fire and rescue, emergency medical, local government, and law enforcement organizations. Lexipol and FRM formed this partnership to assist NY first responders and local governments in reducing their risk of injury while also strengthening current policies and procedures.
Developed by industry professionals and public safety attorneys, the Lexipol New York Policies and Training solution includes comprehensive policies for law enforcement agencies and fire departments that are continuously updated to meet changes in laws and best practices. The subscription-based service also includes short, scenario-based training bulletins to reinforce policy content and accountability reporting.
“We are excited to partner with Fleury Risk Management to provide their members with access to comprehensive policies and training,” said Lexipol Chief Revenue Officer Chuck Corbin. “This partnership allows us to work collaboratively with public safety and local government personnel in New York and mitigate risk for FRM membership.”
“Working to help keep our customers and first responders safe is our number one priority. By using the resources provided by Lexipol, law enforcement and fire & emergency service personnel will be able to not only reduce their risks but will also be able to better protect the welfare of the citizens they serve in their communities. We are very excited about this partnership as we endeavor to provide the best quality service and resources to our customers,” said Fleury Risk Management President John Fleury.
As part of the agreement, NYS Safety Group 497 members will be offered the Lexipol policies and training bulletins at a discount to help members benefit from reduced risk, liability and costs associated with out-of-date or incomplete policies. FRM will also be making available grants to help offset the costs of new Lexipol subscriptions. To learn more about this grant opportunity, click here.