ï»¿1. Standard of care
What a reasonable person would do under the same circumstances.
2. Natural feature hazards
3. Common Natural Hazards
4. Classification of users
Children/Attractive Nuisance Doctrine
5. Children and the attractive nuisance doctrine
6. High Risk Recreation
7. High Risk Activities
Whitewater rafting/canoeing kayaking
Back Country Adventure
8. Use of Waivers
Waivers should be used for All Adults and parents sign agreements to participate
9. How risk should be managed
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Coaches and CPR certification
Coaches and trainers should have CPR certification and be trained in basic emergency medical procedures
18. Providing safe facilities
The law recognizes the duty owed by coaches, hotel and recreation managers, and staff to provide safe facilities for both participants and spectators
19. Flaws in ballparks
The playing surface, or turf, might be the most important feature from the perspective of risk management. It is the most important because it is the most litigated.
20. Providing equipment
Managers, coaches, teachers, and supervisors also have a duty to provide adequate safety equipment to sports participants
21. The care given to people with disabilities
22. Where children do not see danger
23. Surfaces around playgrounds
Wood mulch, sand, pads, or a plastic or synthetic material with cushioning properties.
24. Lifeguards and their certifications
Lifeguards should pass a lifesaving certification course and be trained and oriented with respect to the specific facility in which they will work.
Certification programs are currently administered by a number of...