Creating an incident response policy and training employees will go a long way in protecting your health and fitness center from financial loss.
Using both types of workers requires careful planning to help prevent and prepare for potential lawsuits and their ability to defend lawsuits if they do happen.
When a fitness center develops a consistent member orientation program and accurately documents the process, they may have a better chance at success in avoiding costly claims against the club.
Frequent inspections of floors, particularly entryway, bathroom, locker room and around water fountains, are important to the success of a good plan to prevent slip and falls.
Claims involving lightning damage can be significant and impact your ability to operate effectively.
When it comes to defensive driving, obeying traffic rules and using common sense are essential.
Review your Automated External Defibrillator (AED) response program before a jury does.
Laptops are attractive targets for thieves, here are some guidelines for protecting your laptop from theft.
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.
A tool that is very helpful in mitigating damages after an accident is accurate inspection records which help prove due diligence on the business owner's part.