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

Steps you can take to reduce slips and fall accidents.

Using effective waivers for youth program activities

Waivers can be effective business tools if used in the proper context, but they require careful planning and implementation.

Concussions in dance

Information to educate you and your instructors/teachers on concussion exposures.

You do more than just teach dance

In addition to technical dance instruction, dance teachers are responsible for providing a positive and safe learning environment.

Injury mitigation and how it supports loss control

Should an injury occur at your program, document the events leading to the injury, how the injury occurred and any witnesses present.

Emergency action plans for dance injuries

Catastrophic injuries are not a frequent occurrence at a dance studio, but unfortunately some do occur involving both students and guests. Often an effective response strategy is not in place.

Electrical surge damage

Claims involving lightning damage can be significant and impact your ability to operate effectively.

Child abuse: Identification, reporting, and prevention

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.

Doorway hazards

Studies have shown that when a door closes, it can generate around 40 tons of pressure per square inch at the hinge area.

Maintaining insurance records

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.