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1

What is the recommended coach to participant ratio during peak weight room usage time In a collegiate setting?
A.1:10
B. 1:15
C. 1:20
D. 1:25

C. 1:20

2

Which of the following individuals is responsible for allowing an athlete to begin formal involvement in a strength and conditioning program?
A. Athletic director
B.parent or guardian
C. Teams athletic trainer

C.Athletic trainer

3

Proper documentation is essential to the strength and conditioning facility. Which of the following is NOT part of the records that should be kept on file there?
A. Participants training log
B. Written emergency plan
C. Medical health history

C. Medical health history

4

The strength and conditioning professional knowledge and skill development includes competencies in all of the following except?

Finance and appraisal

5

Which of the following is NOT a component of an emergency plan?

A.Emergency medicine
B. Emergency equips
C.Emergency personnel

A. Emergency medicine

6

Facilities rules and regulations

Policies

7

describe how policies are met or carried out

Procedures

8

An orginizaitons statement of purpose

Mission statement

9

Short and sharply focused.
Clear and easy to understand
Defines why the organization exist
Broad in scope

Mission statement

10

Key market, contribution, distinction

Part of mission statement

11

The desired end products of a strength and conditioning program

Program goals

12

Specific means of attaining program goals

Program objectives

13

Head strength and conditioning coach

Director

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The employment of strategies to decrease and control the risk of injury from athletic participation

Risk Management

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The process by which a procedure or activity is describes to a participant with explanation of risks and benefits

Informed consent

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A legal responsibility, duty, or obligation

Liability

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What a reasonable and prudent person would do under similar circumstances.

Standard of care

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Failure to act as a reasonable and prudent person would under similar circumstances.

Negligence

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Knowing that an inherent risk exist with participation in an activity and voluntarily deciding to participate anyway

Assumption of risk

20

Because of the liability and potential for injury in athletic training it is essential for staff to purchase liability insurance

Record keeping

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A verbal warning by a staff member

First offense

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Dismissal from the facility for one day, documentation by staff member

Second offense

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Dismissal from the facility for one week

Third offense

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Dismissal from the facility for the remainder of the year

Fourth offense

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Permanent dismissal from the facility

Fifth offense

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Health insurance portability and accountability act

HIPAA- a persons health care may not be released

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A written document that details the proper procedures for caring for injuries

Emergency action plan

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Components of the emergency plan:
1. EMS
2. Names, numbers or primary secondary individuals to contact
3. Specific address
4. Locations of the telephones
5. Locations of the nearest exit
6. Designated personnel
7. Ambulance access
8. Location of emergency supplies
9. Plan of action

True