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Risk Management : 

Risk Management Basketball

Risk Management : 

Risk Management Risk management is the identification, assessment, and prioritization of risks, followed by coordinated and economical application of resources to minimize, monitor, and control the probability and/or impact of unfortunate events or to maximize the realization of opportunities. 1

D.I.M. : 

D.I.M.

Risk Assessment Matrix : 

Risk Assessment Matrix * Chart from: Texas State Student Center, http://www.millikin.edu/studentdev/studentprograms/studentorganizations/Documents/Risk%20Assessment%20Matrix.PDF

Risk Assessment Matrix Cont. : 

Risk Assessment Matrix Cont. * Chart from: Texas State Student Center, http://www.millikin.edu/studentdev/studentprograms/studentorganizations/Documents/Risk%20Assessment%20Matrix.PDF

Basketball Risks : 

Basketball Risks Facility Spectators Hazards Players/Participants Staff Equipment

Facility : 

Facility Court Conditions Handicap Accessibility Hazards outside Arena -parking lot - fences -sidewalks Facility Audit Periodic & Daily Inspections Dwyer vs. Diocese of Rockville Center Springer vs. University of Dayton Access Now vs South Florida Stadium

Spectators : 

Spectators Crowd Control Spectator Seating Remedies: Security (quantity and quality), signs and barriers, alcohol restriction, release of liability Cases Hopkins v. Connecticut Sportsplex, LLC Bahrenburg v. AT&T Broadband, LLC Geeslin v. Bryant; Eneman v. Richter

Players/Participants : 

Players/Participants Negligence/Recklessness Gross Negligence Negligent Supervision Negligent Duty Dotzler vs Tuttle Fugazy vs Corbetta Mastropolo vs Goshen Central School District

Hazards : 

Hazards Inspection Checklist Foreseeability Crisis Management Plan Emergency Response Plan Criminal Issue -Simple -Aggravated Maheshwari vs City New York Cohen vs. Sterling Mets Mausnner vs Atlantic City Country Club

Cases : 

Cases Staff An employer can be vicariously liable for the acts committed by an employee under the theory of Respondeat Superior. Respondeat Superior:  A legal doctrine that holds the employer or principal responsible for the acts of its employees or agents committed within the scope of employment. 3 McCollin v. Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York Robinson v. Downs Schnarrs v. Girard Board of Education

Equipment : 

Equipment Equipment – Safe, durable, designed for a specific use Usage – Properly used and maintained correctly Remedies – highest quality, proper training, regular inspection and waivers Cases Traub v. Cornell Beacon v. Morales City School District Calarco v. YMCA of Greater Metropolitan Chicago

References : 

References 1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Risk_management 2. Nolo’s Free Dictionary of Law Terms and Legal Definitions 3. Texas State Student Center, http://www.millikin.edu/studentdev/studentprograms/studentorganizations/Documents/Risk%20Assessment%20Matrix.PDF 4. Westlaw 5. Cotten, O. J., & Wolohan, J. T. (2010). Law for recreation and sport managers (5th ed.). Dubuque, IA: KendallHunt.

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