Employee Safety Trainings Package – From Redwoods

We want all employees to embrace safety in a true sense of keeping ourselves and others safe at all times. Safety is everyone’s responsibility. A safety mindset requires an organization to instill a culture of safety among all employees. This means not only creating policies but making sure your practices meet your policies every single time.

Trainings in this package include:

ACA and Redwoods Group Working Together to Bring Safety Training to Camps

The American Camp Association (ACA) is excited to announce a collaboration with The Redwoods Group to further the availability of camp safety training courses.

The Redwoods Group’s online training courses will now be available in the ACA Learning Center. A few trainings have already been uploaded, and remaining trainings will be uploaded in the coming weeks.

Impetigo: What Does It Look Like, and What Should You Do?

John presented to the camp health center begrudgingly, after his counselor requested he get a blister on his heel looked at by one of the nurses. The nurse at health check happened to be a new grad without much on-the-ground knowledge of superficial skin lesions. She looked at John’s heel and noticed a circular, red lesion without obvious exudate or oozing, and identified the lesion as a blister. She decided a foot soak, bandage, and antibacterial ointment would do the trick. After completing her treatment, John popped his sneaker back onto his foot and returned to camp life.

Lessons Learned from ACA's Crisis Hotline in 2021

Part of the magic of camp is the unexpected. In most cases, the unexpected means spontaneous, unscripted moments of connection, growth, and renewal — but the unexpected can also mean uncertainty, or even a crisis or emergency. 

I Can't Breathe — Poor Air Quality and Communities of Color

Anyone who operated, worked at, or attended a camp this past summer knows more than a thing or two (and likely more than they ever wanted to know) about risk. I, Briana Mitchell, am one of those people.

Consideraciones sobre las Pruebas para SARS-CoV-2 en Campamentos de Verano

Uno de los principales retos de la pandemia de COVID-19 ha sido y sigue siendo nuestra capacidad de realizar pruebas para detectar la presencia de SARS-CoV-2 de forma eficaz, eficiente y económica tanto en individuos sintomáticos como asintomáticos. A medida que las pruebas sonmás disponibles para los campamentos esta temporada, es más importante que nunca comprender el papel y las limitaciones de las pruebas en el entorno de los campamentos.

Testing Considerations for SARS-CoV-2 in Summer Camp Settings

A major challenge of the COVID-19 pandemic has and continues to be our ability to test for the presence of SARS-CoV-2 effectively, efficiently, and economically in both symptomatic and asymptomatic individuals. As tests become more available to camps this season, it is more important than ever to understand the role and limitations of testing in the camp environment.

Managing Camp in Regions with High Community Infections

This is an opportunity for camp professionals to connect with experts at Environmental Health & Engineering regarding considerations for operating camp in areas experiencing high, community infection rates. Safety protocols will be reviewed and camp professionals should bring their questions.

Presenter Bios

David Shore — Senior Scientist, Market Executive — Healthcare 
Environmental Health & Engineering, Inc.

Day Camp Innovation at Its Best

Many camp professionals have a lot of anxiety about running camp in summer 2021. The camp community is surviving by thinking outside the box. Join a panel of day camp professionals who were allowed to run last summer and embraced innovation to run successful day camp programs in summer 2020.

Purpose of the Webinar
Gain insight into day camp operations from a variety of camps that ran in summer 2020 to the broadest group of individuals who may run camp in summer 2021.

Panelists:

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