How to Prevent Child Abuse at Your Facility: Lessons Learned
One thing is certain when it comes to risk management – there is no way to 100% prevent bad things from happening, no matter how careful you are. So how do you deal with the unimaginable when it actually happens? In this webinar, a presentation that has been revamped from a 2019 NRPA Conference session, Darrell Walker and Kurt Knop will tell their story and shed some light on how to keep your aquatics facility and guests safe. In the second of NRPA's Aquatics quarterly webinars, it's part case study, part demonstration, part teachable moment, and part Q&A session. The speakers will also provide references and advice to viewers.
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President & Executive Director, Rose Bowl Aquatics Center
Recreation Manager, City of Pasadena
Mr. Walker has more than 20 years of experience being a CPR and First Aid Instructor. Presently, he works as Recreation Manager for the City of Pasadena and oversees 150 employees, which included the supervision of aquatics programming for more than 29 years. Previously he has been employed by the cities of Monrovia and San Bernardino supervising their aquatic programs as well. He known in the aquatics profession throughout Southern California because of his safety records of never having any major incidents at the pools sites he supervised. He’s known as an excellent trainer and has trained more than 5000 individuals in CPR and First Aid over the past years and will served as the Chair of NRPA AFO Community this year and member of Rose Bowl Aquatic Center Board (RBAC).