Emergency Management Data Calls
The following table provides basic information on, and links to, the periodic emergency management related data calls. Further information, including downloadable report files and instructions for each data call, may be found by selecting the link provided in the "Call Links" column.
Are You Required to File a Report? - Do not complete reports that you are not required to submit. If after reading the information in the "Who Must File" section, you are still unsure if you must file please refer your questions to the individuals listed in the "Contacts" section of each report.
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Storm Sandy – Post Disaster Data Call (11/2/2012)
Cite: This request is being made pursuant to Circular Letter No. 1 (2012) and to Sections 301, 305, 308, 2130, and 7001; and Articles 52, 53, 54, 55 and 59 of the Insurance Law and Sections 202 and 302 of the Financial Services Law. The provisions of Section F(1) “Confidentiality” of Circular Letter No. 1 (2012) are applicable.
Who Must File: Only those companies contacted by the Department are required to complete the Post Disaster Data Call and should submit the "Claims Data Report.xls" file available in the Call Links column. The companies contacted will be those shown to have the greatest amount of Commercial and Personal Property coverage as indicated by their 2012 Pre-Disaster Data Reports filed with the Department.
Initial reports under this data call are due Monday, November 5, 2012 and must be filed on a daily basis until further notice.
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Pandemic Influenza Preparedness
Cite: Section 308 of the Insurance Law
Who Must File: All authorized life insurers, property/casualty insurers, co-operative property/casualty insurers, financial guaranty insurers, mortgage guaranty insurers, title insurers, reciprocal insurers, captive insurers, accident and health insurers, and Article 43 corporations; registered risk retention groups and employee welfare funds; licensed Public Health Law Article 44 health maintenance organizations and integrated delivery systems, municipal cooperative health benefit plans, retirement systems, fraternal benefit societies, and rate service organizations; State Insurance Fund; New York Property Insurance Underwriting Association; New York Medical Malpractice Insurance Plan; New York Automobile Insurance Plan; Motor Vehicle Accident Indemnification Corporation; and Excess Line Association of New York.
Due Date: November 2, 2012
Purpose: Part of the Insurance Division’s continuing effort to ascertain the level of pandemic influenza preparedness in the hope that this information will help raise the general level of preparedness of our licensees.
Contact - Survey Contents and Technical Questions: BCP@dfs.ny.gov