The best way to combat the insurance industry’s fear of huge losses from class-action lawsuits is to demonstrate how your university is taking reasonable steps to reduce concussions and effectively respond to potential concussions when they happen.
In the heat of the game, see how one team demonstrates maturity when confronted with a potential concussion for one of their fellow athletes.
NIRSA partner SportRisk can help campus recreation professionals address concussions liability—and address the key recommendations outlined in Rowan’s Law, recently enacted legislation in Ontario.
A longtime NIRSA partner, SportRisk has delivered quality risk management assessment and training tools to NIRSA schools for many years.
Consider reviewing the staff training and professional development webinar videos on ‘Negligence and Risk Management’ developed by McGregor & Associates. They focus on awareness and help people to look at situations from different perspectives.
A missing camper has to be at the top of the list of worst case scenarios for a campus recreation director or camp coordinator. Learn how to develop "Missing Child" protocols that fit your organization.
Conduct a comprehensive audit by investing in the new ‘Best Practices’ Risk Assessment Tool developed by SportRisk.
Staff training fulfills two priorities. Priority #1 fulfils the job/in-service training required to perform a specific job. Priority #2 fulfils the professional development training objectives that develop more well-rounded members of your team.
Concussions can happen just about anywhere. See what SportRisk's Best Practices Program reveals about concussion risk management in campus recreation departments across North America.
Over 100 universities have already participated in SportRisk's new benchmarking database! By investing in this tool you can compare against accepted best practices in campus rec and see how you compare relative to other schools.