Additional Insurance Resources for HC Directors and UG Officers

The RMF is pleased to provide you with a link to the brand new website for Sigma Chi's insurance brokerage firm, Favor and Company, Inc. 

RMF House Safety - Video (5:25)

This informative video summarizes key chapter house safety questions in game show format. Presented by David Santoli, CASE WESTERN 1985, as Asst. Team Leader for the Risk Managers at Balfour Leadership Training Workshop.

Fire Safety Checklist

No matter where you live—whether it’s in a chapter house, an apartment or a dormitory take a look around. How safe is your living environment? Are you putting yourself at risk for a fire? Are you preventing your brothers and your friends from quickly and safely evacuating your home in the event of a fire?

What to Do in the Event of a Fire

Time is the biggest enemy once a fire has started and escape plans help you get out of your home quickly. In less than 30 seconds, a small flame can get completely out of control and turn into a major fire. It only takes minutes for a house, apartment or dorm to fill with thick black smoke and become engulfed in flames.

Six Steps You Can Take to Prevent Chapter House Fires

1 Regularly inspect your chapter house, dorm or apartment for fire hazards. If needed, ask your campus safety office or local fire department for assistance.
2 Install battery operated smoke alarms on every level of your chapter house. Maintain and routinely test smoke and fire alarm systems.