COVID-19: Five Things to Know and Do

COVID-19: Five Things to Know and Do

is the title of a Nonprofit Risk Management Center (NRMC) Risk eNews article by Katharine Nesslage and Whitney McKim. The article states that COVID-19 has caused many nonprofits to shift their focus to emergency planning for an infectious disease. The NRMC wants to remind organizations that your organization may already have plans in place to […]

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Absolutely Incredible Kid Day®

Absolutely Incredible Kid Day (AIKD), founded by Camp Fire will be celebrated on Thursday, March 19, 2020. Every year, millions of people—like you—write/tell a young person in their life what makes them incredible. Participating in #KidDay #AIKD is a simple, meaningful way to let young people know how much they are appreciated. Words are powerful. […]

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How to Prepare Your Camp for the 2020 Wildfire Season

How to Prepare Your Camp for the 2020 Wildfire Season

is the title of a February 10, 2020 American Camping Association (ACA) Camp Connection blog. The blog states that over the last few years, wildfires have become a more frequent occurrence throughout the United States, and especially in the Western states. In 2018, more than 8.7 million acres of land burned as a result of […]

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Drop-in Childcare

Drop-in Childcare

Many organizations provide Drop-in Childcare or Babysitting as a benefit of membership or add-on service to their members and participants. All too often, these programs do not adhere to the same policies and procedures as licensed childcare programs located in the same building.  Sometimes the same child enrolled in a licensed childcare program during the […]

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Enhancing Employee Training

Enhancing Employee Training

is the title of a December 2019 Safety + Health magazine article by Brent Daviau. Daviau writes, whether your employees spend their days working behind computers or operating forklifts, the way environmental, health and safety information is communicated to them can play a big role in their ability to understand, retain and apply the procedures […]

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Did Inoperable AEDs Represent Club’s Negligence?

Is the title of December 2019 Athletic Business article by Lauren McCoy. McCoy states, although all 50 states have enacted some legislation requiring the placement of automated external defibrillators in public places, few specifically mention their use in fitness facilities. An ongoing lawsuit in New York may clarify requirements regarding the use of AEDs and […]

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