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Miller Week 2 Forum.docx

Jim corbett r bell laroch d 2010 risk management

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Corbett, R., & Bell-Laroch, D. (2010). Risk Management Guide for Community Sport Organization. 2010 Legacies Now, 1(1), 1-116. Retrieved from Joel, I like that you fictitiously assigned yourself to and high class, upscale office and one with a view! I am beginning to see a broad interpretation of each of the risk reduction techniques as I read through each of the posts this week. I enjoyed your post, as you have something different and interesting views on the risk management techniques for this week. I see what you’re saying about retention and agree that this is not the likely way to proceed with this type of issue. Although this loss factor is probably already allocated into the budget of Little Jimmy’s golf course, I would venture to say that he does not plan to spend more and more funds to avoidable incidents. I think this would be irresponsible and negligent of any owner to not address or reengage an issue that is steadily blooming. Although problems like this can be covered in general liability insurance plans, the risk reduction methods would be more responsible to pursue rather than expensive out of pocket payments and a bad reputation. Your segment on avoidance went to the extreme, it was slightly amusing that you went straight to selling the entire golf course, however profitable it may be if you are sitting in a corner office with a view, this might be the end state if avoidance was chosen. I think a suitable insurance adjustment is in line with our way of thinking and would be a smart choice. I didn’t think of having club members sign a waiver but that is a very likely probability. Although from my experience, some of these club members can get pretty snotty, for lack of a better word, and might be unnecessarily offended by the implementing of a waiver holding them liable. I chose the same solution you did to talk about last Treatment, I think this is the best way to advise and fix the issue. I would personally use more nets, regardless of looks. I don’t think I mentioned the reorganization of the course in my post but I am on board with that. However costly in the front, this would pay dividends in the end. It would give the course a whole new look and feel while reducing the risks inherent to the sport. Jim
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