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Keep Minors Safe on Your Campus: Proven Tips to Reduce Liability


Live Webinar Recording

Recording Price: $199.00

(Includes Proprietary Materials)

Whether its prospective students, sump camp participants, or children at a university sponsored daycare, minors are on college campuses more than ever. Higher education institutions have a moral and legal responsibility to keep minors safe. What policies and procedures must you have in place to protect the youth on your campus? Join us for a 60-minute webinar where you and your colleagues will discover:

  • What to include in your policies to provide the safest environment for minors
  • How to meet the legal requirements & stay compliant?
  • Ways to communicate with parents & keep them informed
  • Potential pitfalls & challenges when managing minors on campus

Program Highlights

  • Minimizing Legal Liability: Do's & Don'ts for Your Campus

    • Policies & procedures to ensure legal & safe environment
    • Negligence based & statutory liability: What you need to know
    • Mandated reporting issues: How to stay compliant
  • Protecting Minors on Your Campus: Special Circumstances & Duty of Care

    • Keys to conducting background checks, screenings & reporting protocols
    • Required training for employees who have regular contact with minors
    • Drafting waivers & permission forms - Best practice to ensure compliance
  • When Minors Come to Campus: Critical Issues to Avoid Disaster

    • Internship & shadow days - Avoid liabilities
    • How to handle romantic relationships between minors & adults
    • Renting your facility to 3rd parties - Don't pay for their mistakes
    • Best practices to keep parents informed - What you need to know
  • Live Question & Answer Session - Have your questions answered by the expert!

About The Speaker

Lindsay Meyer Bond is the Youth Policy Coordinator at The Ohio State University with a strong background in youth programming. In addition, she has presented at numerous national and regional conferences.

  • Since 2014, Lindsay has directed and expanded Ohio State's protection of minors policy to include over 40,000 individuals working with half a million minors in over 600 university-sponsored programs.
  • Prior to her current position, she has more than 10 years of experience in youth programming, including aquatics, camp, adapted recreation, instructional programs, and many more.
  • Lindsay also serves as the Youth Protection Network Manager for the Youth Protection Network in Higher Education and is an adjunct faculty member in the Department of Kinesiology, Sport Industry, and Sport Management at Ohio State. Lindsay earned her BA, M.Ed, and MA degrees from The Ohio State University.

Program Benefits

Join us for this 60-minute webinar where you will gain practical advice, policies & procedures to keep minors safe and protect your institution from liability.