Partner with community resources to improve safety


Like many business operators, managers of a busy health club have a lot of responsibilities, including driving membership growth and retention, developing new programs to meet the latest trends, keeping the books in order and dealing with HR issues. Of course, they also have to keep everyone safe.

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Building a better summer camp experience


Spring is a busy season for parents reserving spots for their children in summer camps and activities, and many health, tennis, racquet and athletic clubs are starting to ramp up for summer. If you are a club owner, you are probably finalizing the types of camps you will offer. Here are some things to consider as you plan.

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Know the background of those
interacting with your clients


A common denominator for social service organizations is the desire to improve the lives of their clients. No organization wants to be involved in an incident that causes harm to a client. One of the most important steps an organization can take to protect their clients – and the organization – is to implement high-quality pre-employment and pre-volunteer screening procedures.

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When planning a spring event, prepare for the unexpected


Organizing any event  ̶  whether a festival for thousands or a garden walk for a hundred  ̶  takes many hours of planning and preparation. However, unexpected situations can arise with even the most meticulously planned events. To help ease the worries of injury, property damage or other unforeseen exposures, speak to your local independent insurance agent about whether you have adequate insurance coverage for your event, large or small. For some situations, you will want to seek advice about your homeowner or personal umbrella coverage. For larger events sponsored by[…..]

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