Risk Management in Sport: Issues and Strategies / Edition 3

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Overview

Sports-related litigation continues to escalate in America year after year, due at least in part to increased pressure in the multibillion dollar sport industry for all who are involved in the operation of sport.

The third edition of Risk Management in Sport, like the first two editions, calls on the experience of a "Who's Who" of Risk Management experts. Eleven new chapters add to the updated chapters to keep risk management strategies "in tune with the times."

The book is a leading resource for anyone responsible for administration in a sport program, from Little League to professional sports. This unique text covers a multitude of risk management issues and the strategies to deal with them. This is an essential book for sport management classes and an invaluable resource for sports administrators and anyone associated with sport.

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Risk management, long a part of business and the insurance industry, has become a recent addition to sport law and industry. In this work, 34 contributions discuss topics related to tort liability, medical, event, and facility issues. Among the specific topics: warnings, waivers, and informed consent; youth sport and the law; blood borne pathogens; responding to a campus death; crowd management; the participation physical exam; Title IX; and drug testing. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781611631074
  • Publisher: Carolina Academic Press
  • Publication date: 8/28/2012
  • Edition description: Third Edition
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 552
  • Product dimensions: 7.00 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Meet the Author

Herb Appenzeller is President of Appenzeller & Associates. He is also Jefferson-Pilot Professor of Sport Studies Emeritus, Guilford College.

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Table of Contents

Pt. I Introduction 3
Ch. 1 Risk management in sport 5
Ch. 2 On issues and strategies 11
Ch. 3 The legal system 23
Ch. 4 Glossary of legal words and phrases 33
Pt. II Tort liability issues 37
Ch. 5 The catastrophic claims perspective 39
Ch. 6 Warnings, waivers and informed consent 49
Ch. 7 Defamation and the sport plaintiff : an uneasy alliance 67
Ch. 8 The sport club dilemma 81
Ch. 9 Product liability 93
Ch. 10 Vehicle safety 107
Ch. 11 Youth sport and the law 131
Ch. 12 Liability and risk management for property owner's associations and recreation departments 143
Ch. 13 Risk management for physical educators 151
III Medical issues 165
Ch. 14 Administering a sport medicine program 167
Ch. 15 Blood borne pathogens 175
Ch. 16 A catastrophic injury plan 181
Ch. 17 Responding to a campus death 185
Ch. 18 The preparticipation physical examination 191
Ch. 19 The problem of sudden death in competitive athletes 213
Ch. 20 Emergency medical preparedness 235
Ch. 21 A.T.,C. and EMTs - confrontation or cooperation? 241
Ch. 22 Six minutes to live or die, automatic external defibrillators 247
Pt. IV Event and facility management issues 257
Ch. 23 Event management : a practical approach 259
Ch. 24 Events crowd management 273
Ch. 25 ADA and sport facilities 289
Ch. 26 Risk management in public assembly facilities 303
Ch. 27 Conducting a facility risk review 317
Ch. 28 Expecting the unexpected : preparing for emergencies 329
Ch. 29 A risk management checklist for athletic directors 347
Ch. 30 Playground safety 355
Ch. 31 Fitness center safety 363
Pt. V Risk management concerns 377
Ch. 32 Title IX fundamentals 379
Ch. 33 Accommodating individuals with disabilities in regular sports programs 389
Ch. 34 Termination or discipline of a coach : what process is due? 399
Ch. 35 The risk management of outdoor adventure pursuits 407
Ch. 36 Cheerleading and the law 431
Ch. 37 Aquatics and the law 441
Ch. 38 Drug testing and the NCAA 453
Ch. 39 Managing disasters - the National Incident Management System 467
Ch. 40 Investigating sexual harassment complaints 471
Pt. VI Trends in risk management 481
Ch. 41 Employment law issues 483
Ch. 42 New approach to resolve disputes 497
Ch. 43 Trends and issues in risk management for recreational sport programs 501
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