Having a medical response team allows your church or ministry provide quick and competent care when seconds count.
If someone becomes ill or injured at church, would you know what to do? In many medical emergencies, quick and competent first aid can make all the difference. Join us to find out how to incorporate medical personnel into your ministry’s safety and security team, and learn about the liability issues of providing emergency care.
Original Broadcast Date: Wednesday, August 19, 2015
Run Time: Approximately 60 minutes
Bob Johnson has served as the director of safety and security for Christ’s Church of the Valley in Peoria, Arizona, since 2005. He served on the Phoenix Police Department for 23 years and the Arizona Army National Guard for 20 years. Today, in addition to his duties at Christ’s Church of the Valley, Johnson actively assists other ministries in starting safety and security teams. He also conducts ministry security seminars across the country.
Corinne Cable, JD, is an associate attorney at Brotherhood Mutual Insurance Company. She assists ministries with risk management, focusing on the areas of employment, counseling, safety and security, facility use, and workers’ compensation. Cable received her Juris Doctor and Master of Business Administration from Valparaiso University and is licensed by the Indiana Supreme Court. Prior to joining Brotherhood Mutual, she worked in insurance defense and civil rights litigation.
The information provided in this webinar is intended to be helpful, but it does not constitute legal advice and is not a substitute for the advice from a licensed attorney in your area.
Thank you for your interest in Brotherhood Mutual. We appreciate the opportunity to provide your church or other ministry with an insurance quote and will reply to your request as soon as possible.
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