Risk Management Planning: A Basic Checklist for Youth Protection

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When taking a critical look at risk categories, the Nonprofit Risk Management Center provides the following advice:

Personnel and participants are a nonprofit’s most “precious assets” and injuries they sustain may never be repaired. Organizations should look at their “people assets” including staff, volunteers, clients, board members and donors. Recognizing that each person is unique and brings his or her own set of experiences and skills, the organization should identify all categories of people that it comes into contact with and create a list of the risks each group of people face. 

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