Learn how you can prevent and reduce injury, damage, or loss with Integrated Risk Management for Leisure Services. Read more from Integrated Risk Management for Leisure Services by Robert Kauffman and Merry Moiseichik. This is an excerpt from Integrated Risk Management for Leisure Services by Robert Kauffman and Merry Moiseichik.
Test Packages in Learning Management System (LMS) Format The LMS format includes a pool of questions that can be used to build tests within Learning Management Systems such as Blackboard or Moodle. Test questions are provided in Blackboard Test Pool format for use with Blackboard versions 6.3 to 9.0. Test pools can be imported into Blackboard via the Tests, Surveys, and Pools section of the Blackboard control panel.
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A leader should look for incongruence between the risks involved in the activity (underlying factors) and the experience he seeks to create in the activity or program. Using the underlying factors, the leader should manage, reduce, or eliminate the effect of these factors. A leader or programmer can use these accident models to assess the program elements in terms of the underlying factors and to create a safe but challenging experience for the participants.
The preplan is a written document that may be included as part of the emergency action plan (EAP) or may be a separate document. Develop written memorandums of understanding with the agencies with which the organization may become involved, and keep the memorandums updated. One should remember, however, that incident reports may not include all available information because organizational culture tends to hide facts in order to avoid recognizing and analyzing incidents.
The PIO or person acting as PIO can ask the reporter to repeat or rephrase a question if it is unclear. By asking a confusing question, the reporter loses control of the question and the PIO can respond in several ways. She can answer the last subquestion first, answer the most important question, reframe the question to suit her response, or answer the question that best relates to her talking points.