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The Danger Zone Risk Management Workshop. September 26, 2012. Learning Objectives. At the end of this workshop students will be able to: Define Risk Management and how it applies to their Sport Club members, facility, equipment, and events

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The danger zone risk management workshop

The Danger ZoneRisk Management Workshop

September 26, 2012


Learning objectives

Learning Objectives

  • At the end of this workshop students will be able to:

    • Define Risk Management and how it applies to their Sport Club members, facility, equipment, and events

    • Identify at least 3 types of risk to be aware of when your Sport Club is active

    • Explain at least 3 different ways to reduce risk in their Sport Club members, facility, equipment, and events

    • Inform all members of their group regarding their Sport Club’s Emergency Action Plan


What is risk management

What is Risk Management?

  • The control of financial and personal injury loss from sudden, unforeseen, unusual accidents and intentional torts (Ammon, 1993)

  • A management strategy to increase control over legal uncertainty that may wreak havoc on a sport business (Wong & Masteralexis, 1998)

  • Reducing exposure to danger, harm, or hazards that lead to lawsuits (Mulrooney & Farmer, 1998)


What is risk management1

What is Risk Management?

  • Types of Risks

    • Facility

    • Event/Competition/Practice

    • Travel


Facility concerns

Facility Concerns

  • Playing Surface

  • Facility Equipment

  • Space (Max # of participants in an area)

  • Weather

  • Staffing

  • Emergency Preparedness/Response

    • Certifications (CPR, First Aid, AED, Lifeguarding)

    • Facility Emergency Action Plan

  • Signage


Good v bad

safe

unsafe

Good V Bad


Facility related videos

Facility Related Videos

  • Slippery Court

    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MWuNKS-QDH8

  • Improper Use of Equipment

    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_vUTQXhSsF8


Travel concerns

Travel Concerns

  • Weather (Rain, Snow, Fog, Night, Sunrise/Sunset)

  • Vehicle Issues (Oil Change/Tune Up/Tire Pressure/Battery Check, General Maintenance)

  • Travel Binder: Emergency contact information assessable, incident reports, hotel information

  • Safety Recommendations/Driving (Amount of Passengers in seats and Seatbelts)

  • Lodging

  • Area/Location (where are you going)


Travel related videos

Travel Related Videos

  • Driving in Snow/Ice

    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sSA0nsTi4bs&feature=related

  • Zero Visibility

    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ZkyDksElm0&feature=related

  • No Gas

    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=efwWAX7O8Uw


Negligence

Negligence

  • Negligence-the omission to do something which a reasonable person would do, or doing something which a reasonable person would not do.

  • What is an example of Negligence?


Event concerns competition and practice

Event Concerns (Competition and Practice)

  • Playing Surface

  • Equipment

  • Space (Max # of participants in an area)

  • Weather (Heat/Cold, Rain, Snow, etc.)

  • Staffing

  • Emergency Preparedness/Response

    • Certifications (CPR, First Aid, AED, Lifeguarding)

    • Facility Emergency Action Plan

  • Fans

  • Players

  • Officials

  • Seating


Club concerns student code of conduct

Club ConcernsStudent Code of Conduct

  • Hazing

  • Drugs

  • Alcohol

  • Fighting

  • Other Student Code of Conduct Concerns


Code of conduct videos

Code of Conduct Videos

  • Hockey Fight

    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cv5SB54o8f8&feature=related

  • Too Much to Drink

    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=03OPcn80Uzs&feature=results_video&playnext=1&list=PL0962B6A7D3720C13

  • Hazing (strong language)

    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vw3bPUOE47s


Emergency action plan

Emergency Action Plan

  • Club’s EAP?

    • Do you have one?

    • What is it? What does it entail?

  • Fire at SRC?

  • Active Drowning in Pool?

  • Tornado Warning at Outdoor Fields


Weather related videos

Weather Related Videos

  • Tornado During Soccer Match

    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b_Y88bh_goY&feature=related

  • Lightning Strike During Soccer Match

    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u_6b6Bk6bM8&feature=related


Definition of emergency management

Definition of Emergency Management

  • Preparing for, mitigating, responding to and recovering from an emergency

  • Dynamic process

  • Involves goal setting

  • Cannot eliminate all emergencies, but can take steps to prepare


Emergency management components

Emergency Management Components

  • Emergency response planning

    • Fire, natural disasters, technical disasters, other

  • Scope and types of emergencies

    • Local

    • Major

    • Catastrophic

  • What do we do if….?


Automated external defibrillators

Automated External Defibrillators

  • Most victims will survive if defibrillation is achieved in less than three minutes

  • Few will survive if the delay is 16 minutes or longer

  • Every Minute action is delayed is a 10% chance of damage.


Physical risk

Physical Risk

  • Players

  • Fans

  • Concussions

  • Breaks/sprains

  • Cardiac Emergencies

  • Heat/Cold Emergencies

  • Equipment

  • Outside Parties

  • Seating/equipment

  • Weather

  • Location

  • Outside Parties


Physical risk continued

Physical Risk Continued

  • Competition/Game

  • Fighting

  • Officials

  • Staff/Safety Officers

Blood borne pathogens

Managing Fans

Equipment

Care


Injury related videos

Injury Related Videos

  • Injury Picture Montage (Very Graphic)

    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xLZHfeZKExY&feature=fvwrel

  • Volleyball Spike

    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6k1HeCpyMqs

  • Did you sign a waiver???

    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1gWLClF7qkg


Emotional risk

Officials

Staff/Club Officers

  • Verbal threats

  • Emotions turning physical

  • Dealing with injuries

  • Fights and aggression

    • Players

    • Fans

  • Death

Emotional Risk


Closing activity

Closing Activity

  • Reducing Risk

    • Write three ways in which a player, spectator, or entire club can reduce risk in a single sport.

      • Can be injury, facility, event, weather, travel, other related, etc…

  • Share one with group aloud.


  • Questions

    Questions


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