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Intercollegiate Athletic Risk Management

How has intercollegiate athletic risk management policy changed since 9/11?

Many of these changes have been implemented with no new additional resources. How is this related to Responsible Stewardship (below); how do we build a culture of safety and security to motivate employees and volunteers (the human resource) in order to provide patrons a safe and secure atmosphere with limited resources?

Responsible Stewardship: Our Creator blesses us with an abundance of resources. We foster a spirit of service to employ our resources to university and community development. We must be resourceful. We must optimize and apply all of the resources of our community to fulfill our mission and goals.

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How has intercollegiate athletic risk management policy changed since 9/11?

The intercollegiate athletic risk management policy has changed since 9/11 making it obligatory for the organizers to take several steps. The organizers must write down a plan for medical emergency and must implement it. They must also throw a security ring around the event. There must be management level controls. For example, vendors must show their certificates of registration and insurance. Further, there must be training provided to personnel and volunteers on how to rescue if there is an emergency. Inspectors must walk the site ...

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