Health club operators should know what warning signs suggest an employee could be a child predator and take extra precautions to keep kids safe. Photo by Thinkstock.
Praesidium’s assessments are based on a safety equation that the company developed after researching incidents of abuse. The company found that cases of abuse occur because of a system failure in one of eight areas: policies, screening and selection, training, monitoring and supervision, internal feedback systems, consumer participation, responding and administrative practices. Before a club starts a new youth program, the program director must think through policies, training, ...
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