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Knowing how concussions occur, signs and symptoms, along with precautionary steps, your program can take are vital to a successful concussion management program.
Back handsprings cause the most tumbling injuries, and require spotters to be both experienced and vigilant when supervising this activity.
Proper signage is a very effective way to keep injuries out of the gym.
The National Center on Child Abuse reports that 1 out of every 3 girls and 1 out of every 5 boys are victims of some form of abuse by the age of 19.
It's essential to integrate records storage into your risk management plans. The old adage, “if you didn't write it down, it didn't happen” continues to prove true in court.
Next time you change the battery in your smoke detectors, be sure to check its age, as well. According to the U.S. Fire Administration, most alarms have a life span of 8-10 years.
When it comes to defensive driving, obeying traffic rules and using common sense are essential.
Communication tools necessary to keep your gym safe.
By leasing your facilities to outside third parties without being listed as an additional insured on their policy, you bear the cost of any injuries that occur during their event.