Risk Management

Risk is: 
the chance of physical injury, property damage or financial loss.

Risk Management is:
the systematic identification and evaluation of risks, and the careful selection of risk control strategies.

Recreation professionals who are responsible for the management of aquatic facilities will want to have appropriate levels of risk management in place at their facilities. 
This Aquatic Facility Management for Optimal Safety for Public & Staff presentation highlights the safety supervision training, systems and plans required to provide a safe aquatic environment.

Legally Speaking

Note: The issues raised in these articles should be considered for information purposes only, and meant strictly to serve as questions that affiliates and members of the Lifesaving Society should consider when assessing their total risk management strategy, and in no way should be considered to be legal advice or opinion.

What Pool Operators should Consider when Hiring Staff

A Swimming Facility's Duty of Care & the Personal Responsibility of Patrons

Kid will be Kids - is that Bruise just a Bruise

Skill & Fitness Tests as a Criteria for Employment

Where's the Danger - Communication of Hazards is Paramount

Occupiers' Liability

How much risk are you Willing to Tolerate