Be Confident that your Risk Management Plans Measure Up & are Up-to-Date

SportRisk’s Best Practices Audit tells you how you’re doing, where your gaps are.


Assess your Risk Exposure

Assess all programs and facilities using SportRisk's comprehensive Best Practices audit tool

Best Practices Audit Tool >

Best Practices’ assessment tool looks at 17 distinct department programs & facilities (including concussions).

  • Audits staffing; supervision/instruction; training; facilities & equipment; documentation; emergency response plans
  • Report provides recommendations to address gaps uncovered
  • Provides graphs comparing you to other schools

Stand-alone 'Concussions' audit

Unique staff and participant training modules specific to campus recreation programs

Concussions Best Practices >

You can choose to (a) audit your concussion practices as part of department-wide audit (see left panel) (b) review your concussions practices as a stand-alone project

  • report focuses on addressing gaps
  • graphs compare your practices to other schools

Register now for the unique Best Practices audits!

Best Practices Full Department Audit >

Concussions Best Practices >

University of Saskatchewan

The ‘Concussions Training Package’ developed by SportRisk has been a great online training tool for our recreation participants and staff!

The material presented in the animated videos is easy to follow and highly engaging. Administration of the training package is easy – it’s all done online.

One of the great features for us is the ‘tracking tool’ which records to a spreadsheet each participant’s completion of the training, which in our fast paced environment is key.  This training package has been a great addition to our staff orientation. We also appreciate institutional support and endorsement of the training package through Risk Manager Merv Dahl!

Cary Primeau
Campus Recreation Coordinator, University of Saskatchewan

University of Windsor

Risk management in Campus Recreation is a major priority for many administrators due to the wide variety of recreational activities we now offer. The training of staff and the development of risk management policies surrounding concussions is currently at the forefront. SportRisk has been a provider of many helpful tools for recreation professionals, and the recent release of the concussion training package has become a new tool in that toolbox!.  It is easy to implement, applicable to different recreation programs, provides a tracking option to automatically monitor successful completion of the training, and provides the confidence in knowing my staff are well

Sandra Ondracka
Lancer Recreation Coordinator, University of Windsor
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