The Public Risk Management Association (PRIMA) may use social media sites and platforms to enhance and build relationships with members, prospective members, corporations, affiliated associations and other stakeholders. PRIMA stakeholders have the ability to facilitate discussions and communicate information about education, events, current events and other public risk management-related issues through various media channels.
Policy & Guidelines
PRIMA respects the right of its stakeholders to interact and communicate about industry- and association-related matters using social networking sites. In order to protect PRIMA from the posting of comments and information that may harm its reputation or its employees’ reputations, PRIMA has developed this policy and following guidelines. For the purpose of this policy, social media sites refer to Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and YouTube, “engaging in social media” and “electronic dialogue” refers to posting, uploading or sharing content on these sites.
Users are expected to refrain from engaging in any social media communication that may disparage or harm the image or reputation of PRIMA and/or any of its employees. Additionally, users may not engage in any conduct prohibited by the association as outlined in PRIMA’s Code of Ethics. Users assume any and all risks associated with engaging in social media.
All association stakeholders engaging in online electronic dialogue on one of PRIMA’s social media sites is required to comply with the following guidelines.