I am in a Risk Management class for school I just got the following situation to analyze. As one can see from reading I am not wanting anyone to do my homework, just trying to get some ideas from someone with a little bit more experience and learn in the process. Anything I use will be referenced and sourced properly as the school requires based on APA format. • The Cash Receipts Department of an insurance company processes the policy renewals and retainers for new policies on a daily basis. At 2:00 p.m. each day, all processed receipts (in the form of personal checks) are taken to the bank for deposit into the company’s account. At the end of the day (4:30 p.m.), the clerks place all undeposited checks, which were not taken to the bank, on the top open shelf of their cubicles. Processing of these undeposited receipts is completed the next day. After looking at this I saw the risks as, The known risk in situation one is that at the end of the day the undeposited checks are just left out in the open top shelf in the cubicles. There are several reasons this is a risk, which all include the same thing leading to either loss of the check through misplacement or theft or damage to the check through disasters both natural and unnatural. Now after knowing this the only alternative I could think of is having a disaster proof safe to store the undeposited checks at the end of the day. Basically have the employees put the undeposited checks in a slot on the disaster proof safe. My question is can anyone else think of any alternatives than the one I just mentioned?