Your ministry might consider organizing a paintball activity for a variety of reasons—exercise, building friendships, and just plain fun. Consider these guidelines to help ensure the safety of all who participate in your event.
To limit your ministry’s liability exposure, carefully vet paintball venues in your area to find the safest option.
Group leaders can serve as a “second pair of eyes” in assisting the paintball staff and referees.
When the big day arrives, follow these instructions in the time leading up to the start of gameplay:
When the game begins, group leaders can serve as a “second pair of eyes” in assisting the paintball staff and referees.
Here are some ways you can help:
When paintballs are whizzing through the air at 200 miles per hour, there’s no way to completely eliminate risk. By following these basic guidelines, you can help maximize the paintballing experience for your group members while minimizing unnecessary risks.
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