Montreat College Virtuoso Series 2 Day Outdoor Recreation Management, Insurance & Law ProgramPosted: February 12, 2017 Filed under: Assumption of the Risk, Avalanche, Challenge or Ropes Course, Climbing, Climbing Wall, Cycling, Medical, Minors, Youth, Children, Mountain Biking, Mountaineering, Paddlesports, Racing, Risk Management, Rock Climbing, Scuba Diving, Search and Rescue (SAR), Ski Area, Skier v. Skier, Skiing / Snow Boarding, Sports, Swimming, Whitewater Rafting, Zip Line | Tags: assumption of the risk, Certificate of Insurance, Insurance & Law, Montreat College, Outdoor Recreation Risk Management, releases, Risk Management, Risk Management Plans, Seminar, Virtuosos Series Leave a comment
2 packed Days with information you can put to use immediately. Information compiled from 30 years in court and 45 years in the field.
Whatever type of Program you have, you’ll find information and answers to your risk management, insurance and legal questions.
You’ll also receive a copy of my new book Outdoor Recreation Insurance, Risk Management, and Law
Get these Questions Answered
What has changed in the law Concerning Releases? What states still allow releases and which ones do not. What changes have been made in how releases are written? How can you make sure your release is not as affected by these changes?
Everyone is excited about Certificates of Insurance. Why this excitement is not valid and why most of them don’t work. What must you do to make a certificate of insurance work for your program?
What is an assumption of risk document and why are they important. How can your website be used to prove assumption of the risk.
How should you write a risk management plan that does not end up being used against you in court?
How do you handle an accident so it does not become a claim or a lawsuit.
Put February 24 & 25th on your Calendar Now.
1. Assumption of the Risk
1.1. Still a valid defense in all states
1.2. Defense for claims by minors in all states
1.3. Proof of your guests assuming the risk is the tough part.
1.3.1. Paperwork proves what they know
1.3.2. The best education is from your website
2.1. Where they work
2.1.1. Where they work for kids
2.2. Why they work
2.2.2. Exculpatory Clause
2.2.3. Necessary Language
2.2.4. What kills Releases
184.108.40.206. Jurisdiction & Venue
220.127.116.11. Assumption of the Risk
18.104.22.168. Negligence Per Se
3. Risk Management Plans
3.1. Why yours won’t work
3.2. Why they come back and prove your negligence in court
3.2.1. Or at least make you look incompetent
3.3. What is needed in a risk management plan
3.3.1. How do you structure and create a plan
3.3.2. Top down writing or bottom up.
22.214.171.124. Goal is what the front line employee knows and can do
4. Dealing with an Incident
4.1. Why people sue
4.2. What you can do to control this
4.2.1. Integration of pre-trip education
4.2.2. Post Incident help
4.2.3. Post Incident communication
You can decided how your program is going to run!
Put the date on your calendar now: February 24 and 25th 2017 at Montreat College, Montreat, NC 28757
$399 for both days and the book!
For more information contact Jim Moss email@example.com
To register contact John Rogers , Montreat College Team and Leadership Center Director, firstname.lastname@example.org (828) 669- 8012 ext. 2761