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Staff are more likely to be able to deal with their emotions during daytime. Schedule sufficient time following the viewing for staff to ask questions, process their thinking, and come to realistic conclusions about their behavior. Enlist staff who have seen the DVD in advance ready to provide support to others who may be upset by hearing and seeing this message. Require ALL staff to attend—even those without direct cabin responsibility. This includes cooks, maintenance personnel, and activity heads.
As such, it is recommended that camps take certain steps—at a minimum—to manage their degree of risk. Understanding the Degree of Risk There are at least four basic steps that camps can undertake to better understand their degree of risks, including: Identify potential risks. Within a camp setting, the possibilities of an accident occurring are almost endless. As such, a list of those events that could occur within reason should be compiled Assess and prioritize potential risks. Obviously, some events are more likely to occur than others, just as some carry a greater degree of consequence than others.
Techniques and Suggestions to Enhance the Learning Session: Be sure to view the DVD first. This DVD can have a very noticeable impact on camp staff. Some staff may be very uncomfortable viewing this message. It is an emotional message. One of the primary purposes of the DVD (and this particular exercise) is to help staff have a realistic view of the trust that parents place in them. Arrange and schedule the viewing the DVD and conducting the subsequent learning exercise during daylight hours. Staff are more likely to be able to deal with their emotions during daytime.