Risk Management Plan

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FOOTBALL RISK MANAGEMENT PLAN Kyle Browning - Giradie Mercer - Abby Radunske - Elizabeth Ramsey - Reginald Rogers

Why a Risk Management Plan? : 

Why a Risk Management Plan? To help the program run smoothly Avoid preventable injuries Provide the best playing and viewing conditions Avoid litigation Refer to for treatment solutions

Slide 3: 

Severity of Injury or Financial Impact Treatment Matrix

4 Subsections of Risk : 

Participants Equipment Facilities Crisis Management 4 Subsections of Risk

Players : 

Medical and Physical tests Train proper fundamental techniques Waiver of Liability Players

Coaches : 

Supervision Training and instruction Providing prompt and proper medical care Ensuring the proper use of safe equipment Providing competent and responsible personnel Warning of latent dangers Preventing injured athletes from competing Matching athletes of similar competitive levels Coaches

Spectators : 

Fans and Media Security Spectators


Inspection Equipment Committee Manufacturer’s Guidelines 2. EQUIPMENT

Inspection equipment must be: : 

Available and used by players Appropriate for position High quality In good working condition Sized properly(pants, pads, helmets) Fitted correctly Maintained Repaired or replaced when damaged Inspection equipment must be:

Equipment Committee : 

Determine what equipment will be used Necessary equipment available. Establish the procedures to inspect players’ equipment Oversee the use of equipment; ensuring equipment is properly maintained and replaced when needed. Maintain a proper equipment inventory program Follow all equipment manufacturer guidelines for the repair or maintenance of equipment. Properly tagging new equipment Warn coaches, players about the dangers associated with equipment when present. Equipment Committee

Manufacturer’s Guidelines : 

Equipment life span Inspection, reconditioning and documentation Manufacturer recertification Manufacturer’s Guidelines


Playing conditions: Turf Cancelling games: Consequences Raising money for best conditions Protecting fans: Goal Posts & themselves! 3. FACILITIES “At the end of the 2001 season there were over 160 injuries reported to the NFL. Of these injuries 21 were ankle-related and 46 were knee-related. Almost half the injuries can be attributed to turf-related conditions. ”

Inspection Facilities : 

Fall Inspection August September October Inspection Facilities


What is it? “The objective of a crisis management plan is to effectively respond to emergency situations in a quick but safe amount of time, and communicate to the necessary parties how to address the crisis situation.” When do you need to use it? Natural disasters Criminal acts Medical emergencies Acts of terrorism Bomb threats Infectious disease outbreaks 4. CRISIS MANAGEMENT PLAN

CMP concepts : 

Minor to major crisis Time is of the essence Stadium standards Reporting and documenting process Importance of PA system Appropriate on field equipment; first aid kits Media control CMP concepts

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