SPTE 203 Risk Management

SPTE 203 Risk Management - RiskManagement RiskManagement

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Risk Management
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Risk Management The control of financial and personal injury  loss from sudden, unforeseen, unusual  accidents and intentional torts. A management strategy to maintain a  greater control over the legal uncertainty  that may wreak havoc on a sport business. The process of analyzing exposure to risk  and determining how to best handle such  exposure.
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Pearl Every activity in your venue has some  inherent risk to property, employees or to  patrons/guests.  Every activity.
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Risk Management 66% of all incidents at U.S. stadiums are a  result of slip-and-falls. 66% of all claims dollars paid out each  year are a result of slip-and-falls. Losses or risks can be either physical or  financial in nature. Because of this, we must strive to  minimize both bodily injuries and risks that  create the potential for lawsuits.
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Develop the risk management plan. Implement the risk management plan.
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