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Employee Safety Trainings Package – From Redwoods

We want all employees to embrace safety in a true sense of keeping ourselves and others safe at all times. Safety is everyone’s responsibility. A safety mindset requires an organization to instill a culture of safety among all employees. This means not only creating policies but making sure your practices meet your policies every single time.

Aquatic Safety Trainings Package – From Redwoods

Drowning and spinal injuries at swimming pools and aquatic areas are some of the most traumatic and costly events any program can face. The trauma is not restricted to the child who is injured or dies, but encompasses the family, lifeguards, facility staff, and community. A death or injury claim involving drowning can result in multi-million dollar awards and significant, undesirable media attention.  This three-course package is being offered in collaboration with Redwoods. Each title is twelve to thirty minutes in length. 

Sexual Abuse Prevention Package – From Redwoods

Child sexual abuse and inappropriate contact with children is a pervasive problem that must be managed in a pro-active manner if we are to protect those in your organization’s care. We want to help you keep your campers safe by equipping your staff to best create safe communities for all.  This eight-course package is being offered in collaboration with Redwoods.  

Camp Safety Trainings Package – From Redwoods

We want to help you keep your campers safe by equipping your staff to best create safe communities for all.  This eleven-course package is being offered in collaboration with Redwoods. Each title is nine to fourteen minutes in length.  

Non-editing teacher: Rachel Blume, Jan Western

Child Sexual Abuse Prevention – From Redwoods

The training follows a story of sexual abuse from the eyes of a child. Madison, a fictional character based on a real event we handled, tells us her story through journal entries. In this training, we’ll teach staff the basics of how to prevent child sexual abuse. And because effective prevention requires an organization-wide culture of safety, we focus on rule breaking, and how to stop it from happening.

Non-editing teacher: Sara Richardson