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Risk Assessment & Safety Management (RASM): The Complete Risk Management Model for Outdoor Programs

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RASM - The Risk Assessment & Safety Management Model RASM has been in use in the outdoor education industry for more than a decade. Developed by Rick Curtis, founder of OutdoorEd.com, RASM is a comprehensive tool for everyone in your outdoor program to more effectively manage risk from the field staff to the board room. Along with the detailed article for how to implement the program there are a variety of free resources including a detailed PowerPoint presentation for staff, and sample accident scenarios for analysis. Start making your program safer today.

Risk Assessment & Safety Management (RASM): The Complete Risk Management Model for Outdoor Programs

Article File:
RASM Complete Model
RASM - The Risk Assessment & Safety Management Model RASM has been in use in the outdoor education industry for more than a decade. Developed by Rick Curtis, founder of OutdoorEd.com, RASM is a comprehensive tool for everyone in your outdoor program to more effectively manage risk from the field staff to the board room. Along with the detailed article for how to implement the program there are a variety of free resources including a detailed PowerPoint presentation for staff, and sample accident scenarios for analysis. Start making your program safer today.

Risk Assessment & Safety Management (RASM): The Complete Risk Management Model for Outdoor Programs

Article File:
RASM Complete Model
RASM - The Risk Assessment & Safety Management Model RASM has been in use in the outdoor education industry for more than a decade. Developed by Rick Curtis, founder of OutdoorEd.com, RASM is a comprehensive tool for everyone in your outdoor program to more effectively manage risk from the field staff to the board room. Along with the detailed article for how to implement the program there are a variety of free resources including a detailed PowerPoint presentation for staff, and sample accident scenarios for analysis. Start making your program safer today.
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