Now that summer has ended and the weather has started to cool, many exercisers will be moving their workouts indoors. FITLIFE™ from Venture Insurance Programs is offering best practices to keep facilities running efficiently and club members safe.
As temperatures fall and we lose daylight earlier, many who have been exercising outdoors will begin to return to indoor facilities that offer an inviting atmosphere and high quality workout space.
However, with this increased foot traffic comes increased risk exposures for the fitness facility in the form of member or employee injury, and property or equipment damage, among other things. To mitigate that risk, FITLIFE offers the following tips:
To reduce risks of incidents related to increased traffic outside the facility, FITLIFE recommends facility operators consider the following:
FITLIFE provides a variety of insurance products and services for health clubs, tennis/racquet clubs, gyms and more, and is available through agents and brokers in all states except Louisiana, Montana and Virginia.
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