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Risk Management for Outdoor Programs: A Guide to Safety in Outdoor Education, Recreation and Adventure

Risk Management for Outdoor Programs

The first edition of the outdoor safety book Risk Management for Outdoor Programs: A Guide to Safety in Outdoor Education, Recreation and Adventure by Jeff A. Baierlein, is available in paperback and eBook format.

"A comprehensive and solid body of work -- very impressive."​
Aaron Funnel
Executive Director,
Outward Bound Vietnam​
"A practical guide...as well as a solid academic reference. A highly useful toolbox to draw from."
Dr. David Rolloff
Professor of Parks and Recreation, Sacramento State University

Product Details

Price: ‎ $59 USD

Author: Jeff A. Baierlein
Publisher: ‎Viristar (March 21, 2019)
Sold by: Amazon
Language: English

Paperback ‎
Length: 218 pages
Item Weight: ‎ 1.65 pounds
Dimensions: ‎ 21.6 x 1.4 x 28 cm | 8.5 x 0.54 x 11 inches

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eBook
The e-book edition, a Kindle e-book download, is available for virtually all devices, including
Android, iPhone, tablets, Mac and PC, with the free Kindle app.

Features of this print replica edition include:

○ Notes and highlights
○ Search, copy and paste
○ Zoom and pan
○ Pop-out linked table-of-contents
○ Page numbers matching print edition

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Description

Your outdoor program provides fun, personal growth, adventure.

It changes lives. But are your safety systems up to standards?

If something happens, are you prepared to respond?

Risk Management for Outdoor Programs: a Guide to Safety in Outdoor Education, Recreation and Adventure provides essential knowledge for any outdoor professional. Program managers, executives, volunteers and group leaders will learn the critical approaches and strategies for successfully anticipating and addressing outdoor program risks.

Packed with real-life stories, current research findings, and best practices, Risk Management for Outdoor Programs: a Guide to Safety in Outdoor Education, Recreation and Adventure gives expert advice on:

  • Approaches to Risk
  • Management
  • Standards
  • Legal Considerations
  • Safety Culture
  • Activities and Program Areas
  • Staff
  • Equipment
  • Participants
  • Subcontractors
  • Transportation
  • Business Administration
  • Risk Transfer
  • Incident Management
  • Incident Reporting
  • Incident Reviews
  • Risk Management
  • Committee
  • Medical Screening
  • Risk Management
  • Reviews
  • Media Relations
  • Documentation
  • Accreditation
  • Seeing Systems
Click here to download a 15-page sample of the book, including Contents, Preface, and Introduction.
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