Early Bird Registration is now open for the premiere risk management conference for the outdoor industry. Join us for the 26th annual Wilderness Risk Management Conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico, October 30-November 1, 2019.
Date Posted: Jun 16, 2019
Date Posted: Mar 31, 2019
The RASM Risk Level Quantifier is a simple Excel Spreadsheet that allows you to configure different Risk Management Probability Levels and Severity Levels to determine the Risk Level.
Date Posted: Mar 30, 2019
This model is designed to provide your organization and your staff with a real-world tool to help you prepare for risk, analyze risk in the field, and help reduce it. I hope that you find this information helpful the overall risk management plan for your organization.
Date Posted: Mar 03, 2019
Outdoor School for All! Diverse Programming and Outcomes in Oregon is a participatory evaluation effort building understanding and knowledge about current outdoor school programming and its intended outcomes.
Date Posted: Feb 18, 2019
This presentation is on the Risk Assessment and Safety Management model or RASM presented at the 2019 NIRSA Conference. This model is designed to provide your organization and your staff with a real-world tool to help you prepare for risk, analyze risk in the field, and help reduce it.
Date Posted: Feb 12, 2019
How to do manage food planning for over 800 people? At Princeton University we send over 800 students out on 75 trips for our 5-day outdoor orientation program.
Date Posted: Feb 03, 2019
Learn how the IncidentAnalytix Cloud-based incident database tracking and analytics system can help you manage risk within your organization
Date Posted: Nov 02, 2018
Mark your calendar for the 26th annual conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico, October 30-November 1, 2019.
Date Posted: Jun 10, 2018
Being an outdoor educator is not always sunshine and rainbows. Sometimes things don’t go as planned and the stories that emerge from these experiences are some of the most valuable teaching tools we have.
Date Posted: Sep 24, 2017
Indiana University freshman Lukas Cavar was left behind during a college caving trip and spent 60 hours alone in Sullivan Cave near Bloomington, Indiana.