The Safety Monitor policy and guidelines cover the duties and expectations of safety monitoring.
This policy is intended to serve as a general framework to help create a safe and secure environment for Children and Youth Ministries. These policies provide guidelines for the screening of staff and volunteers, for preventing harmful behavior, and for properly reporting and responding to such...
The following report form is used to describe the details in which an incident occurred.
The Medical Team mandate covers the responsibilities and requirements of the Medical Response Team in times of medical crisis in church ministry.
The following procedures cover Sudden, Minor, and Life Threatening Emergencies. These procedures provide information of who, where, and when to contact during the aforementioned emergencies.
This policy clarifies the expectations of the organization as they relate to the use of computer and telephone systems.
The following form verifies that the intended driver is certified to use the Church Van or other Church provided vehicle for ministry use.
This policy accurately and efficiently communicates information regarding crisis situations. These policies will direct better management when dealing with the crisis and church communication.
The following form verifies the perspective volunteer or staff person is listed on the Children's Protective Services Central Registry System as a perpetrator of abuse / neglect.
The following pdf covers questions and situations regarding copyright information for: Music, Print, and Video.
This risk assessment checklist is used to determine whether to undertake a particular venture. This is a process of determining when the likelihood of a negative event will occur.
This guide provides general information on work practices, procedures and technology that can help protect your business and employees. You should review your particular needs with your own legal counsel. You also may want to consult with a certified security consultant or security integrator...
The following template is an outline of coverage available through Brotherhood Mutual, Church Mutual, and other organizations.
The following guide provides houses of worship with information regarding emergency operations planning for threats and hazards they may face. It discusses actions that may be taken before, during, and after an incident in order to reduce the impact on property and any loss of life and it...
The following summary of coverage is an exhibit of Church Protector by Buiten & Associates. The presented figures are a brief outline of the provided various insurance coverages.
This insurance coverage sample provides the amounts of risk or liability covered for an individual or entity by way of insurance services.
Does your job description pinpoint the critical elements of successful job performance? Does the wording clearly communicate the desired outcome of the work?
Tips for creating well written job descriptions.
A list of several active verbs to use in job descriptions.
An outline form for creating an organized job description.
The following link directs you to Buiten Insurance website. This website provides you with Insurance products from Business Insurance to Individual Insurance. Click the link to find out more information.
The Christian Reformed Church in North America has partnered with Buiten & Associates, LLC to create a National Insurance Program available to all CRC members in the United States. The purpose of this nationally endorsed relationship is to provide excellent property and liability insurance coverage with significant premium discounts for its members.
For more information about Church Protection Plus, please click on the following link for a quote.
Do you want to know more about Insurance Coverage for your church? Church Protection Plus offers more than "inside and out" coverage.
The following document explains the policy regarding Spouse Travel. Learn how to disclose financial material related to the travel purpose and who is eligible to accommodate you for business travel purposes.