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Medical Emergency Preparation

Medical Emergency Preparation

Is your church ready for a medical emergency?
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Toy Safety in the Nursery Subscriber access only

Ensuring the right toys fill your nurseries.
Do We Know How to Communicate During a Pandemic?
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Do We Know How to Communicate During a Pandemic?

Assessment: Use this quiz to discover if you know how to educate your staff, members, and persons in the communities that you serve.
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Health Savings Accounts Subscriber access only

Can we legally designate medical allowances for our pastors' health plan?
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Surviving Worst-Case Scenarios Subscriber access only

Planning for unexpected events on short-term missions here and abroad
Are We Ready to Handle an Allergic Reaction?
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Are We Ready to Handle an Allergic Reaction?

Assessment: Use this checklist to discover if your church is prepared for an allergy emergency.
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Keeping Winter Outings Safe
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Keeping Winter Outings Safe Subscriber access only

What churches should do with skiing, snowboarding, and sledding activities.
Avoiding Food Allergies
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Avoiding Food Allergies  Subscriber access only

When did snack time become a risk?
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Does a Child with ADHD Impose a Higher Duty of Care Upon Leaders? Subscriber access only

Churches may need to increase supervision.
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Insurance Subscriber access only

A Louisiana court ruled that a minister who cancelled his health insurance shortly before leaving his position as a seminary professor was not entitled to continued health insurance coverage.
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The Importance of Living Wills Subscriber access only

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Should Your Church Have a Defibrillator? Subscriber access only

An issue of life and death.
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Personal Injuries on Church Property and During Church Activities - Part 2 Subscriber access only

A California court ruled that a school was liable for the death of an 11-year-old student who died of an asthma attack during school hours.
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Privacy - Part 1 Subscriber access only

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).
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Workers Compensation Subscriber access only

A Pennsylvania court ruled that the widow of a man who suffered a heart attack as a result of stress he experienced while working at a church was entitled to workers compensation benefits.
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Euthanasia Subscriber access only

A Florida court granted a husband's request to discontinue life-support systems for his wife, who had been in a persistent vegetative state for ten years, despite the objections of her parents.
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Freedom of Religion Subscriber access only

Pennsylvania court upheld the criminal convictions of two parents for criminal neglect of their 2-year-old son.
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Personal Injuries on Church Property or During Church Activities - Part 2 Subscriber access only

A Virginia court ruled that a school could be liable for the transmission of the HIV virus to a teacher by an 8-year-old student.
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Personal Injuries on Church Property or During Church Activities - Part 3 Subscriber access only

An Iowa court ruled that a church was not responsible for the death of a young mother whose car was struck by the church's pastor after he suffered a massive heart attack.
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Workers Compensation - Part 1 Subscriber access only

An Alabama court ruled that a church custodian was entitled to workers compensation benefits as a result of an injury she suffered on the job.
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Workers Compensation - Part 2 Subscriber access only

An Oregon court ruled that an employee was not entitled to workers compensation benefits as a result of carpal tunnel syndrome.
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