Pricing Structure

The Best Practices risk assessment program is organized into two (2) distinct levels.  Here’s what you get in each Level:

Level 1: $750 a) Detailed ‘action recommendations‘ based on gaps detected by surveys.
b) Benchmark graph showing how you compare to other schools in all of the 16 Best Practices.
c) ScorePlus: an alternative way to show how you compare to others – 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).
f) After 12 months: updated benchmark chart i.e. (b) above.
Level 2:
Note: you must first complete Level 1 before embarking on Level 2. (Refer to ‘Best Practices Description‘)

a) Action recommendations based on importance of 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.
c) Expert-sourced resources to assist staff in addressing gaps identified by the Level 1 risk assessment surveys.
d) 10 custom queries of your choice e.g. “what is the % of schools in your state/ conference which use software management packages (e.g. Fusion)?”
e) Your choice of five (5) SportRisk training videos.

Best Practices

Working with McGregor & Associates allowed our staff to come together and learn how to communicate with each other about risk management issues… it was an outstanding team-building and/or learning environment for everyone. Our entire professional staff participated in the process and was divided into “working committees” to facilitate the collection of materials and develop common, department-wide, policies and risk management procedures.

As a result of working with McGregor & Associates, our Department has a well defined, and operational, Risk Management Manual, that incorporates its entire set of programs and services…. this is an active and fluid document that will continue to be updated and reviewed on a regular basis. In addition, as a result of this process, the department has established a department-wide Risk Management Committee that is responsible to monitor and manage the various risk-related issues associated with our programs and services. This committee will meet on a regular basis, communicate with the university’s Risk Management Services and will continue to oversee the management of our organization’s risk related needs.

John Campbell

Director, Campus Recreation
UC Davis

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