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Welcome! Your are at our Risk Management Research Center:
Your first project is to...Help find lost children from Katrina. Just  Click on.. Missing Children icons on our site and pass the link to anyone with a web site. Did you see it? Click on "Missing Children" The link is:
Here you'll learn about our mission and strategy and enter either our R&D department....  Click for immediate entry R&D (Door #1) or our "Community Outreach Project center.... Click here immediate entry to COPs (Door #2).

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Rich Woldt
Call me at 608-712-7880 and visit my personal web site at:!

Welcome! You're at the  "Risk Management Learning Center" where our cadre of "certifiably "street smart" RM professionals research the latest RM methods, protocols and procedures. Here we'll help you learn about your pure and speculative risks.
PURE RISKS only cause loss, never a gain: Pure Risks include: Burglary, Robbery, Fraud, Forgery, Embezzlement, Fire, Earthquakes, Tornados, Hurricanes, Fires, Rape, Kidnapping, Extortion, Terrorist Attacks, Bombing,
Here we Identify, Measure and than help you Control the "Pure" and "Speculative" risks created by your day to day challenges and opportunities!
SPECULATIVE RISKS hold out the chance for gain but you can suffer a loss! SPECULATIVE RISKS include new laws, new programs, new buildings, new policies, new procedures,
You'll learn to Avoid the risks you can avoid, Reduce those you can't avoid, Spread as much and many as you can before you Assume only what you can afford to lose. Than we'll help you Transfer the risks that remains to someone else through insurance and bond contracts, hold harmless agreements, and we'll written policies and procedures. 
Introducing COPS-007 our Risk Management Community Outreach Center
Risk Management 007 LLC is our parent company and  our "Community Outreach Site!"

At we pull-it-all-together and translate RMLC research into RM presentations for your family and friends, clubs and associations, neighbors and community leaders.

Thank You for your confidence, you support and for visiting our Risk Management Research Center! We are open 24 hours a day! Visit us when you're worried and can not sleep! Rich Woldt
To my many friends and RM mentors around the world...

 September 2005 marked my 42nd year of pounding the podium to motivate and spread Risk Management wisdom around the world. You have all richly blessed me with a career that's taken me to most cities in the US and countries in the free world. I've been blessed to have worked with so many good friends and  RM professionals. You've all shared your time and experience and in the process you've taught me much about life in the real world. I've learned; "There are no silver bullets" and it will take all of us working together to ensure a safe and secure future for our loved ones.

Now, thanks to the internet, we'll can keep in touch, continue to share, and move out with courage to prepare, protect, and defend your homeland.     Rich Woldt


Our RMLC Mission Statement...

"To make the world  safer through more effective Risk Management policies, procedures and practices and to provide focused and entertaining Risk Management presentations, workshops, consultations, and on-site training. " 

Our Strategic Action Plan...

"We'll guide your family, business, association, community, and country through any crisis using internationally recognized Risk Management methods,  the Incident Command System (ICS), and the National Incident Management System (NIMS) as a quality standard!"                             Rich Woldt

Do you want to know who we are? Click About Us

Door #1 leads to....

The Risk Management Learning Center. Click on the crazy guy who jumps on tables to motivate the troops....


Door #2 leads to our...

Community Outreach Project Center. Click on the rural school house in Door County Wisconsin where my father went until the sixth reader....



Before you enter, take the following tests!


CUNA Management School Graduates

What are the three Risk Management steps?

What are the five Risk Management controls?

How do you measure risks?

Who was the first Risk Manager?

Click Here for Answers!




Security Officers

Can you pass this test?

Describe and explain:  the operation of a "dead bolt" lock, a "dead latch" lock, a "maximum security bolt" lock and a "Jimmy-proof ring and bar" lock?

Describe the construction: of a "Burglary Resistant" safe and name five UL ratings commonly found on US manufactured safes?

Describe the construction of a "Type I, Type II and Type III currency vault?

Describe the construction of an NFPA two hour records vault?

Can you give three examples of a "relock" device on a combination safe or vault door?



Can you pass this test?

Have you properly trained all employees on what they should and should not do before, during, and after an armed robbery?

Have you properly trained all employees on what they should and should not do if they receive a bomb threat?

Have you properly trained all employees on what they should and should not do when they receive an anthrax scare?

Have you created "controllable crime scenes" and "defendable zones" for all building occupants?

Have all executives and Board members been trained in what to do to discourage and survive kidnapping, home invasion, and extortion attempt?



Contingency Planners

Can you pass this test?

Does your contingency plan have a "72 hour Stand Alone" standard that's been tested under fire?

Does your contingency plan comply with the generally accepted standards required by regulators within your industry?

Does your contingency plan have "housing-in-place" and "evacuation" protocols in place?

Are all contingency planners familiar with the "Incident Command System (ICS)" and the "National Incident Management System (NIMS)? 



We use a many proven management theories and disciplines to teach Risk Management including: Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs, Wildlife Management's Incident Command System (ICS), Department of Homeland Security's and Department of Emergency Government's National Incident Management System (NIMS), The Customer Development Process, Action in Management, Management by Objectives, Sustainability Risk Management, Disaster Recovery, Business Continuity & Contingency Planning Methods, and the latest law enforcement, executive protection, SWAT tactics, bomb response and hostage negotiation protocols.   


The Risk Management Community Outreach Center

Our Community Outreach site uses three Risk Management templates to teach the Incident Command System first to those who clean up and rebuild the economic infrastructure after a disaster, than to those whole reconnect victims to their past, and finally to those who will help redefine the future and create new opportunities and challenges. 

Click on any     to enter our Outreach Center!

Here is a brief introduction to our Incident Command System' Templates: When I get them build you'll be able to click on the colored icons and study each template...  Rich Woldt

Incident Commands for...Insurance Companies / Banks & Credit Unions / Companies & Corporations / Business Associations / Clubs & Societies / Schools - Colleges & Universities / Churches - Trauma Councilors & Spiritual Leaders / Social Clubs / Bikers / Veteran' Organizations /  To Be Announced....

Click Here for a Physiological Needs ICS Tutorial for...

Click Here for a Physiological Needs ICS Tutorial

Click Here for a Physiological Needs ICS Tutorial

Insurance Industry - Financial Institutions -The Business Community

Associations, Societies, Clubs, Veterans, Etc.

Schools, Collage & Universities,  Internet Learning, etc.

Click Here for ICS Library Click Here for ICS Library Click Here for ICS Library



Insurance Companies Banks & Credit Unions Business Associations Clubs & Societies Schools - Colleges & Universities Trade Schools
Companies & Corporations Churches - Trauma Councilors & Spiritual Leaders All forms of continuing education!

Pages Under Construction:

These pages will be used as tutorials for teaching the "Incident Command System" to three groups: Group #1 - , insurance Companies, financial institutions, and the business community; Group #2 - business associations, veterans, clubs, organizations, etc.; and Group #3 - school administrators, church leaders, etc.              

View only until they are done. Rich Woldt


Professional First Responder....

V-ICS Tutorial for Incident Commander & General Staff / V-ICS Tutorial for Operations Chief / V-ICS Tutorial for Planning Chief / V-ICS Tutorial for Logistics Chief / V-ICS Tutorial for Finance Chief / V-ICS Tutorial for Staging Area Manager & Unit Leaders


Private Sector First Responder.... Physiological Needs

Insurance Companies, Banks, Credit Unions, Companies/Employers

For...Community Outreach First Responders:

Private Sector First Responder... Belongingness Needs

Business Associations, Veteran Organizations, Societies, Clubs, Etc.

Private Sector First Responder...   Self Esteem and Actualization Needs

Schools, Universities, Colleges, Churches, Etc.


Please bare with me as I continue to develop these sites. I do all my own web design and maintenance so forgive buttons that don't work or lead you astray. Those are the risks you take when you venture out to learn from a guy who should be more retired both on stage and in life!   God bless and keep on taking risks!    The Beginning



Click  anywhere on these fuchsia "Join US At" boxes to register with our sponsors

Click  our "Handouts" boxes for session pre-tests and objectives


 The RMLC  .... Comments & Contributions are Welcome! Click Here!

R&D White Papers.. are written by our faculty to express their personal opinion about some "hot" topic. Most are  ruff drafts used to support RM projects and presentations.


Click on  White Papers  and on      R&D Library   to read white papers and explore our R&D Library!

If you have good eyes, below are some hot links to white papers everyone should read...    

Rich Woldt - White Paper on the RMLC Pyramid Road to Recovery and Abraham Maslow's "Hierarchy of Needs!"

Rich Woldt - White Paper on...Risk Management Lessons Learned During Hurricane Season 2005

Rich Woldt - Hurricane (IC):  R&D and White Papers on (Ivan, Katrina, Rita, Wilma, etc.)

Rich Woldt - Sample form for basic damage assessments and incident reports.

Rich Woldt - An Introduction to International Risk Management

David McGuinn: Safe Deposit Box Compliance and Legal Issues

David McGuinn: Safe Deposit Box Security & Liability

Paul Bergee: Contingency Planning Test from The Paid Paranoid

Paul Bergee Business Continuity Planning: Pandemic - Is this Y2K-II?

Paul Bergee Business Continuity Planning: Continuity Central Pandemic Planning Survey Results

Paul Bergee - Pandemic - Is this Y2K-II?

Paul Bergee - BRPAW Event 2-15-06

Paul Bergee - Pandemic Planning Survey Results

Toni Conti - Incident Report on Katrina

Comments and Incident Reports: Note to Reader: "Our policy is to post comments and Incident Reports as they are written once we confirm the source and consider the incident report to be "first hand" and written in "the first person." Agree or disagree, this is the only way we can ensure an upfront and candid research environment. Read these at the risk of being offended."           Rich Woldt

Deep Throat 007... files and faculty white paper are open only to RMLC faculty,   authorized RMLC faculty mentors and law enforcement personnel.

Deep Throat 007:  Katrina Incident Report /04-09-17_news Rich Woldt - release on hurricanes of 2004


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Can your security personnel pass this TEST?





Can your security personnel pass this TEST?


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