Health clubs: equipment maintenance

Keeping your equipment in tip-top shape is not just about keeping it clean. It should also involve routine maintenance, proper documentation of your maintenance, and safety recall awareness.

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.

Health clubs: strategies for protecting store fronts and buildings from damage

Far too often you see on the news where a vehicle is accidentally driven through a store front, causing damage to the building and equipment inside, and health clubs are not immune.

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.

Curriculum and lesson planning – risk management tips in gymnastics

When progressions are utilized, learning becomes easier, safer and within the boundaries of the legal duty professional instructors are required to follow

Keep disinfecting safe at your health club

Disinfecting your health and fitness club has never been more important. There are various products available to support your efforts to do so.

Preventing gymnastics injuries is everyone’s responsibility

The gymnastics environment should promote safety and enforce the use of safety equipment at all times.

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.

Managing your trampoline exposure

Whether jumping for fun and exercise or training for competition, both children and adults can be severely injured if trampolines are used and supervised improperly.