4-H Risk Management Q&A (Shared screen with speaker view)
Will someone be monitoring and responding to chat, or is it better to unmute and ask questions vocally?
In regards to background checks:Outreach to underserved audiences – this may make it challenging to involve themLatino Culture camp example – would invite to help to experience 4-H4-H Summer Program – parent involvement – some populations may be uncomfortable with a legal check and/or may not have the information needed to run a checkIs there an alternate option to both protect youth and do outreach?
Awesome. That really helps clarify the purpose of this particular document, that it's specific to 4-H but not necessarily all Extension programs.
Who sent out the document a few weeks ago?
Kevin sent it, titled "[4-H-Agents] 4-H/Extension Guidelines 06/12/2017"
Would we need to register parents as participants?
If they are not registered volunteers?
Thank you so much for that clarification.
It would make 4-H registration much easier if all adults were forced to register as volunteers. Right now, they must select volunteer in the registration page, and it takes significant time to follow up on this.
So should we have all parents sign up as volunteers if they are going to come and assist with a workshop?
Is the signage mentioned for equine and livestock available as PDF or similar to be sent out to our counties?
I wonder if more clarifcation text in the 4-H online registration process would help with this. We just have a lot of people who miss the volunteer button, and it doubles registration time.
Some parents register in order to register their youth's independent 4-H projects for the fair using the fair registration system.
so would a parent volunteering at an event say a horse show need to be a registered volunteer if they are helping in any capacity?
Okay, so I think Kevin is saying, "Yes, all adults registering in 4-H online should be registering as volunteers." Maybe I misheard.
(I thought he said the go through and remove those who have only signed up as adults and not as volunteers)
It would be great to have the signage contain all the appropriate logos, etc.
OK- Thanks, Kevin.
What is the process for approving the renting/lending of equipment/property to third propertiesExamples from my programsDavis School District partnership with Title I Afterschool programs to use 4-H lending library kitsFrancis Peak partnership – Summer Program on their site– they house equipment
What about joint 4-H/FFA events? Does anyone know how FFA is handling this issue?
Kevin- how do we go about ordering some metal signs for our county?
Are there other activities where inherent risk signage might be recommended?
How does the coverage we purchase from American Income LIfe for insurance throughout the 4-H year come into play with this document /policy?
Yes, I had questions that echo Zuri's- notes in email/attachment
(Discover 4-H kits are lent to Classroom Educators and Afterschool Providers)
What Mike's talking about is lines and law, but a lot of what we do is relationships, sharing to benefit us and others
When the summer program ends - the equipment stays on their site for now
Especially since purchased for program for that site - But what you say makes sense.
Should we attach dollar values or risk? Would that help?
It just seems like administrative clarification is needed to guide case-by-case discussions that begin on county level
Can you please clarify, if a car accident involves a vehicle owned by a volunteer/employee what is the process? im assuming they also file an accident report? (line 218)
My needs so far have been met - I was muted
Just some info related to risk management:
FYI To guide me in creating protocol for my staff, my staff and I are using the Utah Office of Child Care Licensing to have Forms available for staff to provide reports and risk management plans for activities/events/programs. I will cross check so that USU procedures are included. I am also including information so my staff know what mandatory reporting needs to be done to protect our youth when we hear of an incident of child abuse/neglect (child-child/adult-child)They have signs to post emergency info, etc.Resources:http://childcarelicensing.utah.gov/Forms.html (The out-of-school time programs one)https://apps.rainn.org/policy/policy-state-laws-export.cfm?state=Utah&group=4Note -Unless required by grant (one of my programs does) I am not signing up for licensing, just using these resources as a starting
I also want to create information/training to my volunteers about procedures.If have any suggestions other guidance, let me know, I’m happy to pass by risk management for review.
Does this policy include county-purchased Extension equipment?
We have some equipment given to us by specialists for check out to teachers, etc. Will they be informed of this?
How soon should we plan to see a non-draft edition for consumption by our publics?
Great! Thanks for all the work on this!
Lost you guys
I can hear you
am i the only one who can’t hear the broadcast?
The broadcast is over! Thanks
Kay Jean, can you please assign Brian H as the host under Manage Participants?