Pricing Structure

The Best Practices risk assessment program is organized into:
(1) Core Program and (2) Optional Add-on Extras

Core Program:

Risk of Injury & Litigation

Fee: $750

Schools receive a Detailed Report (approx. 50 pages) which includes:
a) Detailed ‘action recommendations‘ based on gaps identified by the program and facility surveys.
b) Benchmark graph showing how you compare to other schools in all 16 Best Practice areas.
c) ScorePlus: an alternative way to show how you compare to other schools – and therefore what you should focus on.
d) Breakdown of each Best Practice area (e.g. Sport Clubs; Aquatics etc.) by category (e.g. staffing; emergency response etc.).
e) Three (3) custom comparison graphs showing how your scores compare with schools (i) your size (ii) within your state (iii) within your Athletic Conference (iv) by NIRSA Region (v) by institutional type (e.g. public v. private).
Optional:

Add-on Extras

Option 1:  Global Department Risks     $350
Participating schools receive a detailed report which includes:
a) Action Recommendations  based on gaps and deficiencies discovered in the ‘Global Department’ survey.
b) Benchmark Graph for all 7 Business Risk areas showing how each school’s total score compares to other schools.

Option 2:  Expert-sourced Resources     $250
Expert-sourced resources
 to assist staff in addressing gaps identified by the Core Program risk assessment surveys.
Resources include: sample policies & procedures; sample emergency response plan; checklists; web links etc.

Option 3:  Custom Queries      Cost based on # and depth of queries.
Custom Queries of your choice e.g. “which schools in your state/ conference which use software management packages (e.g. Fusion, Active Net)?” or “what is the % of schools by country/ state/ Athletic Conference etc. which have concussion policies and protocols in place for Campus Recreation programs?”

Option 4:     Repeat of Core Program     $500
After 1-2 years, repeat the Core Program to measure progress in addressing gaps in your original report.


Contact us directly to learn more about our unique Best Practices program – and to start the process:

Ian McGregor:     mcgregor@sportrisk.com     604-200-3227

The Risk Management Best Practice program provides institutionally-specific feedback allowing our University Recreation department to prioritize areas for improvement to enhance the safety and well-being of our participants.  The thorough analysis by areas of operations provides our staff tangible information to determine our next steps and most effective course of action.  This feedback would take much longer and be less objective if we attempted to undertake the reviews on our own. The comparative data is good for learning trends in best practices of other institutions.

George M. Brown

Assistant to the Vice President of Student Affairs
Executive Director of University Recreation
The University of Alabama

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