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Perfecting inspecting…tips to help to build a better inspection program

Performing inspections in your facility is a critical part of a successful risk management program.  Here are some tips on how to upgrade your inspection program. •    Perform a daily inspection for all rides, attractions and general ground areas of a facility. Trampoline Courts fit into the requirement of completing daily safety inspection checklist. •    […] Read more

Oct, 03, 2018

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Performing inspections in your facility is a critical part of a successful risk management program.  Here are some tips on how to upgrade your inspection program. •    Perform a daily inspection for all rides, attractions and general ground areas of a facility. Trampoline Courts fit into the requirement of completing daily safety inspection checklist. •    […] Read more



Bowling Alley Shooting Illustrates Need For Active Shooter Insurance

The shooting outside a bowling alley in Buffalo, New York, happened in the early morning hours of June 9, 2018. Somebody killed a man sitting in his taxicab, the second shooting near the business in the past four months. A day later, officials from the city of Buffalo ordered the business closed through the Peace […] Read more

Aug, 29, 2018

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The shooting outside a bowling alley in Buffalo, New York, happened in the early morning hours of June 9, 2018. Somebody killed a man sitting in his taxicab, the second shooting near the business in the past four months. A day later, officials from the city of Buffalo ordered the business closed through the Peace […] Read more



What FEC Owners Need To Know About New OSHA Reporting Requirements – eBook

When an employee gets hurt at your family entertainment center (FEC), it’s not enough for you to simply call 911, get them to the hospital as soon as possible, and make sure they get quality medical care. You also have to keep careful records of every incident and have those documents ready in case safety […] Read more

Aug, 01, 2018

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When an employee gets hurt at your family entertainment center (FEC), it’s not enough for you to simply call 911, get them to the hospital as soon as possible, and make sure they get quality medical care. You also have to keep careful records of every incident and have those documents ready in case safety […] Read more



4 Questions You Should Ask About Family Entertainment Center Risk Management

It seems like each time you turn on the news or look at your social media feeds, there’s another terrorist attack or violent protest. The world we live in is a scary place, with fringe ideologies creating panic among the public. However, even though we face these risks on a daily basis, we don’t have […] Read more

Jul, 11, 2018

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It seems like each time you turn on the news or look at your social media feeds, there’s another terrorist attack or violent protest. The world we live in is a scary place, with fringe ideologies creating panic among the public. However, even though we face these risks on a daily basis, we don’t have […] Read more



5 Fire Safety Fundamentals for Family Entertainment Centers

With all the complications of keeping customers safe at a family entertainment center (FEC), it’s easy to overlook the basics of fire safety. The fuels, lubricants, and solvents that keep machines, attractions, and rides humming can elevate the risk of fire under certain circumstances. These fire prevention tips can help make your FEC safer: 1. […] Read more

Jun, 20, 2018

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With all the complications of keeping customers safe at a family entertainment center (FEC), it’s easy to overlook the basics of fire safety. The fuels, lubricants, and solvents that keep machines, attractions, and rides humming can elevate the risk of fire under certain circumstances. These fire prevention tips can help make your FEC safer: 1. […] Read more



What Turns an Incident Into a Lawsuit?

You can’t prevent every injury at your family entertainment center (FEC). The abundance of variables with mechanical parts and the boundless potential for human error are too vast to reduce injury risk completely to zero. But you can reduce the likelihood of getting sued. These four tactics can keep your customers safer while making it […] Read more

Jun, 01, 2018

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You can’t prevent every injury at your family entertainment center (FEC). The abundance of variables with mechanical parts and the boundless potential for human error are too vast to reduce injury risk completely to zero. But you can reduce the likelihood of getting sued. These four tactics can keep your customers safer while making it […] Read more



7 Tips to Reduce Risk in Family Entertainment Centers

Limiting risk helps everybody in the family entertainment center (FEC) community. Customers and workers stay healthy and keep coming back. Owners and managers make profit targets and grow the business. The longer you avoid mishaps and lawsuits, the stronger your reputation becomes. Doing only the obvious — following safety protocols and obeying the laws enforcing […] Read more

May, 16, 2018

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Limiting risk helps everybody in the family entertainment center (FEC) community. Customers and workers stay healthy and keep coming back. Owners and managers make profit targets and grow the business. The longer you avoid mishaps and lawsuits, the stronger your reputation becomes. Doing only the obvious — following safety protocols and obeying the laws enforcing […] Read more



You Wouldn’t Stick Your Hand In A Gators Mouth…So Why Would You Fool With Electricity?

The most common, convenient and easiest way to provide electrical power to an appliance, tool or piece of equipment that cannot reach an outlet is through an extension cord. These highly common insulated and flexible devices are available in almost any sundry retail store, hardware, or home supply facilities. Consisting of an outlet, plug, and […] Read more

May, 02, 2018

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The most common, convenient and easiest way to provide electrical power to an appliance, tool or piece of equipment that cannot reach an outlet is through an extension cord. These highly common insulated and flexible devices are available in almost any sundry retail store, hardware, or home supply facilities. Consisting of an outlet, plug, and […] Read more



Bad Weather Is On The Horizon. Are You Prepared?

When many people think about natural disasters, their first thought is the devastating property damage that is extremely visible and highlighted by the media. However, the impact of natural disasters goes far beyond property damage and includes the impact to your workforce, your supply chain, and the operations of your business. Types of Natural Disasters […] Read more

Apr, 25, 2018

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When many people think about natural disasters, their first thought is the devastating property damage that is extremely visible and highlighted by the media. However, the impact of natural disasters goes far beyond property damage and includes the impact to your workforce, your supply chain, and the operations of your business. Types of Natural Disasters […] Read more



How to Create a Culture of Safety in Your Family Entertainment Center

Family entertainment centers (FECs) strive to engage families by providing activities everyone can enjoy. There’s lots of work and planning that go into making places like amusement parks, bowling alleys, and water parks safe for the masses. Establishing a strong safety culture is necessary to reduce the risk of any kind of injury, which is […] Read more

Apr, 19, 2018

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Family entertainment centers (FECs) strive to engage families by providing activities everyone can enjoy. There’s lots of work and planning that go into making places like amusement parks, bowling alleys, and water parks safe for the masses. Establishing a strong safety culture is necessary to reduce the risk of any kind of injury, which is […] Read more



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