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.

Emergency action planning for child care centers

Taking the time to develop a written action plan, train staff members, and conduct practice drills can reduce the potential for injuries, lost children, and other incidents during a crisis.

Burn prevention when warming bottles

Part one of this two-part series on burn prevention in child care centers will focus on bottle warming and how the practice of warming baby bottles can lead to serious burn injuries to children.

The essential toolkit for your boat

Make sure you're prepared for emergency repairs with a carefully packed boat tool kit.

Safety tips for festival events

If vendors are selling crafts and food at your festival, there are some things to consider for improving crowd safety.

Preventing bullying in schools

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

Building security

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

OSHA’s bloodborne pathogens standards: A school’s responsibility for compliance 

Get tips for keeping your staff and your students safe from blood borne pathogens with this important information from Markel Specialty.

Schools targeted for sensitive data breach: Protecting valuable information from data breach

Data breach is quickly becoming one of the most talked about areas where businesses and schools are at risk for major financial loss.

Preventing theft in school environments 

As most educators are aware the more time you have spent in a school environment the more likely it is that you will have experienced an accident at the school, or you will someday.

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