Keeping splits in the dojo and not on the sidewalk or parking lot

Slip-and-fall accidents occur frequently during the winter season, mainly when snow and ice are not adequately cleared from walkways and parking lots.

Does your martial arts program have an emergency action plan?

Emergency Action Plans (EAPs) help speed your response to emergency situations, reduce injury severity, mitigate damages associated with a catastrophic event, and save lives.

Establish and practice a crisis management plan

A business related crisis can come at you in various ways, how it is managed may have either negative or positive outcomes.

Strategies for defending against water damage

Defend against possible water damage by understanding what causes these events.

Injury mitigation and how it supports loss control for your dance program

Emergency Action Plans (EAPs) help speed your response to emergency situations, reduce injury severity, mitigate damages associated with a catastrophic event, and save lives.

Reducing the threat of water damage

Steps you can take to reduce the likelihood of ruptured pipes and waterlines.

Importance of training to prevent abuse

Abuse can be preventable through effective abuse prevention training.

Assessing your martial arts program’s risk management readiness

Frequently assessing your business' workplace is essential for preventing hazards and risk. Here are a few key checkpoint areas to consider when performing your assessment.

Safety checking your martial arts school

Conducting a periodic analysis of your school’s operational policies helps to maintain a safe environment for your students.

Are you using your resources to defend your dojo

By following guidance provided by experienced risk management instructors, the same proficiency is true for maintaining well-managed loss prevention strategies to protect your martial arts school.