Church Mutual is always adding to our library of safety materials for camps and conference centers. The materials shown below are all available to our customers at no charge.
Some of our other safety materials also are appropriate for camps and conference centers, so feel free to browse the various areas of our Safety Resources library using the links in the gray bar to the left.
To review the safety materials available just for camps and conference centers, click a link below.
Trusted Employees Background Checks
Trusted Employees offers premier-level, web-based background checking tools that will help you easily and effectively check both employees and volunteers, at a substantially reduced price. More »
Swimmer Safety Program
Our Swimmer Safety Program involves screening all swimmers before they spend any extended period of time in the water. To help you determine their abilities, we have developed two-part swim evaluations for both intermediate and qualified skill levels. Individuals who are unable to demonstrate intermediate abilities are certified as nonswimmers. More »
Evaluation forms, guidelines and color-coded wristbands to ensure your swimming activities are fun, exciting and safe for all participants. Church Mutual’s swimmer bands are available to our customers only at no cost.
Church Mutual is committed to helping you create a safe, secure environment for your people. That includes paying close attention to allergies and allergic reactions.
Help keep everyone safe with these fun, easily identifiable allergy wristbands! Order your bands and take the first step in promoting safety. Bands must be ordered in increments of 24. Church Mutual’s allergy bands are a life-saving tool available to our customers only at no cost.
Due to the weight of the material, we ship only in the United States. Please allow up to 2 weeks for customer allergy band orders to be delivered.
Brochures, Checklists and More
Challenge Course Safety Assessment
Use this assessment to evaluate and determine your organization’s strengths and identify areas that may need improvement for your challenge course safety policies.
It’s inevitable—if you run a camp, you need to prepare for children who have allergies. Parents want to know their children will be safe when they are away from home and that there’s a plan in place. Your job as a camp leader is to develop a very specific, written allergy plan which everyone in your organization follows.
Use this survey to create a list of the property you own and its approximate value. In the event of a loss, having documentation of your property and its value will help make the claims process go quickly and smoothly.
Ask any child what he or she likes most about participating in summer camp, and you’ll hear one common response—swimming. Yes, water equals happiness for many youngsters, but there are plenty of dangers involved in allowing dozens—and sometimes hundreds—of children to roam freely in a pool, pond or lake.
While swimming is a refreshing and fun activity, it also can lead to injury or death. Any organization that plans a swimming event or maintains a swimming area should take every precaution to protect both children and adults.
When you’re around water, you should take every precaution to keep both adults and children safe. There are many things you can do to reduce your risk exposure and keep your people safe. Is your organization prepared?