Proper risk and crisis management involves a process that is designed to keep an organization safe and provide for the continuation of its programs. Being prepared for crisis will help camp staff relax and enjoy the positive contributions and programs that their organization provides. Risk-Management Planning details the four steps involved in developing a sound risk-management plan. The DVD identifies the range of exposures an organization has and provides examples of actions that resulted in financial loss, as well as offers techniques or methods to prevent, reduce, or control the loss of resources.
Among the topics covered:
Basic risk management: the four steps
Crisis or emergency?
About the Actor
Connie Coutellier an international trainer, consultant, and author. She is a national field executive for Camp Fire USA and a past national president and director of professional development for the American Camp Association. A list of the books she has written includes Camp Is for the Camper, Day Camp from Day One, Management of Risks and Emergencies, and The Outdoor Book. She has more than 15 years of experience as a day and resident camp director in four camps in the USA and one in Malaysia, and over 30years of experience in youth development and outdoor program administration training
and development. She has written online training courses, assisted in the writing of the ACA Outdoor Living Skills books, and served as a consultant for both the development of the ACA s Basic Camp Management book and the curriculum for the ACA and the International Camping Fellowship camp director courses.