Safety and Security for Fitness Organizations: Effective Strategies to Keep Your Members and Employees Safe
Each year, more than 2 million Americans are victims of workplace violence. And businesses dealing directly with the public are among those most likely to be affected. Despite the risk, businesses can take steps to protect their employees, customers and brand.
“Safety and Security for Fitness Organizations: Effective Strategies to Keep Your Members and Employees Safe,” a one-hour webcast focused on how health and fitness companies can protect their people and business from workplace violence.
Providing key insights to help you better understand the risks and offering proven strategies for managing the safety and security risks your company faces, the webcast featured industry expert Rob Adams, from Marsh Risk Consulting’s Workforce Strategies Practice.
Among the topics covered:
- Common risks found in the fitness industry and examples of effective risk-control strategies.
- How to build a practical safety program, including the basic foundational elements and different approaches.
- The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) checklist: what requirements apply to the industry (including new record-keeping requirements).