Adult guests fall too

While trip, slip, and fall incidents at a center primarily involve children; parents and other adult invitees, including employees, experience them as well.

Using the seven environmental sources of risk to evaluate your program

Whether you are a new startup program or a longstanding one, understanding the exposures a camp faces each year is critical for any camp risk management program and staff training.

Avoiding toy hazards

Tips to avoid toy hazards including toy size, how small a toy can be, and about toy safety.

Protect against tip-over accidents

Learn about how you can protect your business from tip-over accidents with this important information from Markel Specialty.

Keep disinfecting safe

Disinfecting your center has never been more important. There are various products available to support your efforts to do so.

How safe are your smoke detectors? 

A number of fire safety experts are questioning whether popular models of smoke detectors meet the threat of fast-burning synthetic materials now common in many facilities.

Building security

Are there security measures lacking which increase the likelihood of crime and vandalism to your property?

Preventing bullying in schools

There are three basic types of abuse that fall within the definition of bullying.

Are these slip and fall hazards present at your dance studio?

Steps you can take to reduce slips and fall accidents.

Gymnastic loss control news

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