Athletic & recreation staff training

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Sports facilities are a lot alike, yet yours is unique in its own ways.  That is why SMG can create training modules that are catered specifically to your facility layout and operating procedures.

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Bomb threats are generally just that, a threat.  Each threat must be taken serious until proven to be a hoax.  This module will teach you how to handle a bomb threat in your organization.

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Heat Management

Heat can be deadly in any setting for participants and spectators alike.  This module will address the different types of heat illness and how to properly handle those scenarios.

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Severe weather can disrupt any outdoor event very quickly.  Does your staff have the ability to track severe weather?  Are your policies know by all of your staff?  This module addresses how to prepare for and handle severe weather once it hits your facility.

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Active Shooter

Active shooters are a very real threat in today's society.  Training is the only way to successfully save lives and show potential shooters that we will not be victims anymore.  This module addresses procedures on how to deal with an active shooter situation.

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Keeping fans in order is one of the most difficult jobs staff members have to deal with during events. This module will address policies and procedures on dealing with fans.

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Incident Reporting

After an incident has occurred in your facility, staff must document what happened for legal and insurance purposes as well as to learn how to prevent it from happening again.  This module will teach staff how to do that.

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Bloodborne Pathogens

Bloodborne Pathogen training is an OSHA requirement for all businesses.  It is especially important for the sports and fitness industries due to the nature of the activities in which the presence of blood is an everyday occurrence.


Emergency Equipment

Emergency equipment such as AED's and fire extinguishers are some of the most underused pieces of equipment found in any facility.  But when an emergency happens in your facility requiring this equipment, do you know how to properly use it?  This module shows you how.


Medical Emergencies

What do you do if a client has a heart attack or smashes their foot with a dumbbell.  This module addresses the procedures to take during a medical emergency.