Safety & Security: Emergency Response
In Florida, Health Clubs' Duty to Stricken Patrons Doesn't Go Far Beyond Dialing 911
by John T. Wolohan December 2008
In Florida, health clubs' duty to stricken patrons doesn't go far beyond dialing 911.
Fitness Centers May Have Duty of Care Regarding AEDs
by John T. Wolohan April 2008
A court's decision may signal a change in fitness centers' duty of care with regard to AEDs.
Efforts to Rebuild Minds and Bodies of New Orleans Residents Move Forward
by Michael Popke February 2008
Efforts to rebuild the minds and bodies of New Orleans residents surge forward.
Eleven States Mandate AEDs, Though Industry Resistance Remains
by Paul Steinbach February 2008
Eleven states now mandate defibrillators in health clubs, but plenty of resistance remains within industry ranks.
Urban Forest Management Strategies Fight Park Wildfires
by Marvin Bynum June 2007
Proactive urban forest management strategies can spare departments the tragic toll of park wildfires.
Texas' AED Mandate a Life-Saving Precedent
by Michael Popke April 2007
Texas may be setting a life-saving precedent with its new AED mandate.
Proliferation of AED Technology Alters the Notion of Proper Medical Care
by John T. Wolohan March 2007
Proliferation of AED technology is altering the long-accepted notion of proper medical care.
Post-Katrina, College Athletic Departments Serve as Disaster Response Specialists
by Paul Steinbach September 2006
A year removed from the dark days of Hurricane Katrina, college athletic departments are now being viewed in a new light-as disaster response specialists.
Facilities Rebound One Year After Hurricane Katrina
by Michael Popke August 2006
Fitness, recreation and athletic facilities rebound one year after Hurricane Katrina's wrath.
The Beat Goes On
by Andrew Cohen October 2005
As AEDs become as common as fire extinguishers in airports, hotels, casinos and police cruisers, health advocates charge that the recreation and fitness industry is wasting precious time.