General Resources

Department of Homeland Security - The Office of Infrastructure Protection

Many Fund members qualify as critical infrastructure under the Department of Homeland Security. The Office of Infrastructure Protection (IP) leads and coordinates national programs and policies on critical infrastructure security and resilience and has established strong partnerships across government and the private sector. The office conducts and facilitates vulnerability and consequence assessments to help critical infrastructure owners and operators and State, local, tribal, and territorial partners understand and address risks to critical infrastructure. IP provides information on emerging threats and hazards so that appropriate actions can be taken. The office also offers tools and training to partners to help them manage the risks to their assets, systems, and networks.

DHS Office of Infrastructure Protection Information

Fund Loss Information

Loss information is fundamental to helping a manager prevent, control and reduce losses. The Fund focuses on providing useful, easy to understand, loss information which is electronically distributed to members on a monthly basis. (Note: If/When a member receives blank pages in the report package, this indicates that there are no claims to report for the period.)


If you have any questions or would like more information regarding these reports or more detailed claim information, please contact us at 800.580.8922 (ext. 12420) or

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TWCA Risk Management Fund's Emergency Management Guide

The impact of Hurricane Harvey causes the Fund to ask what we can do better in the future to help members.  The Board set a goal and directed staff to develop a resource for members to assist them during emergency situations, including natural disasters such as hurricanes.

The Fund presents the attached Emergency Management Guidebook as a compilation of many related materials and resources from various sources.  It is a resource for members before, during and after emergency situations.  We hope you find this guidebook helpful.  We welcome any and all feedback for updates to future editions.

Emergency Management Guide

Other Emergency Management Resources

Page contains links to FEMA’s READY.GOV site, National Weather Service, Hurricane Preparedness Bulletins, plus more.

Fund's Emergency Management Resource Page