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May 2017 Church Protection Guide

Tips for volunteers, lifting, ergonomics, and outdoor fun! As the weather gets nicer, your church will spend more time outside, and you’ll accomplish some of those projects that have been lingering on your to-do list during the winter months. Make sure that your spring and summer activities are safe for everyone involved.

Proper Lifting Tips

10 Proper Lifting Tips: Avoid Injuries Strains and injuries are not limited to those who do heavy labor. Hundreds, if not thousands, of injuries happen in churches across the... Read More

Workplace Ergonomics: Well Workers Are Productive Workers

A typical office worker might spend the whole day seated in a chair, staring at a screen, continually typing and clicking a mouse. Lack of movement variety, incorrect posture, or... Read More

Volunteer Guidelines to Keep Churches and Schools Safe

Volunteers give their time to help organizations further their missions. They can be of great help to a church or school, and many organizations depend heavily on them. Some small... Read More

Bounce House Safety

Make Sure Your Bounce House Doesn’t Take Flight It sounds like something out of a children’s adventure book: a bounce house that takes to the sky!... Read More

Water Activities Checklist

Summertime often means fun in the sun—and in the water. If your church is planning a trip to a local pool, lake, or river, make sure that you follow... Read More