It is important to keep your staff and patrons safe against the dangers associated with outdoor activities in hot weather. Overheating can be a real danger, even fatal, if not quickly addressed.
Simple skills verification, plus an in-service training program will help you increase opportunities for staff to practice their skills.
Proactive measures to reduce the likelihood of damage occurring at your center.
Protecting yourself from heat-related illnesses.
Recommendations to help your staff achieve a well-rested night’s sleep.
Tick bites can pass along tick-borne pathogens resulting in Lyme disease, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, and other related illnesses affecting thousands of outdoor enthusiasts each year.
Steps to implement a lightning safety program.
Ask these questions when checking your safety program.