Forms and Information

Pursuant to ERMA’s Memorandum of Coverage effective July 1, 2008, all ERMA members are required to notify ERMA within 30 days upon receipt of notice of a Claim. Written notice containing particulars sufficient to identify the claimant(s), the Covered Party(ies), and also reasonably obtainable information with respect to the circumstances of the Claim, as well as the names and addresses of the Covered Party(ies) and of available witnesses, shall be given to ERMA or any of its authorized agents as soon as possible. The form opposite this notice should be used to report claims to ERMA.

In addition to the above, if a suit is brought against a Covered Party(ies), the Covered Party(ies) is also obligated to forward immediately to ERMA every demand, notice, summons, or other process received by it or its representative.

If you have any questions regarding reporting to ERMA, please reach us.

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Training Offerings

Managers and supervisors face greater challenges today than ever before, and those challenges will only increase tomorrow and beyond… in the workroom, the conference room and, unfortunately, the courtroom.

As part of ERMA’s commitment to helping you maximize your risk management strategies, ERMA offers training in the following ways:

  • Live Training – These are scheduled trainings in regional locations and they are free to ERMA members! Participants will receive sexual harassment training which satisfies the state-mandated requirements of AB 1825 and develop practical strategies for preventing loss and managing risk. Be sure to check our calendar for training dates and registration.
  • Online Training – These are individual and interactive online training sessions for AB 1234, Ethics Education, and AB 1825, sexual harassment, that are available 24/7 through in2vate, at
  • Individual Paid Training – ERMA also provides individual on-site training, for a fee. To request a date and fee, please contact us.