assignment 4 caitlin baker
OBJECTIVES Become informed of the risk management issues involved in any
tailgate and learn how to plan accordingly for the risk
Learn what preparation is needed to host a tailgate
Be able to host your own Tailgate with your friends and family to
support your team!
Tailgating?1. It is
2. WE BLEED
3. ANDY says “Why
FYI: Wednesday they are handing out
I BLEED PURPLE shirts on the Quad!
Main Goal: Making sure all guests
attending your tailgate are comfortable
What is the Risk?
The risk is guests binge drinking
and becoming intoxicated, alcohol
poisoning, and death
HOW CAN IT BE MANAGED?
These are serious risks that need to be addressed before the event!
1. Provide non-alcoholic refreshments along with the alcoholic
drinks you will be serving
2. Make sure your guests eat before they come and have food
available to them there.
3. Know the signs of alcohol poisoning
4. Know who to call!
SIGNS1. Throwing up
2. Slow pulse
3. Heavy/ Slow breathing
4. Loss of consciousness
5. Cold temperature
WHAT TO DO1. Call for Help!
1. JMU Emergency Police:
3. Safe Rides:
Find a place to have the
Plot of land next to the stadium
Decide what to have and Buy
Paper Cups, Paper plates,
Napkins, Garbage Bags
Buy the food and drinks
Have a table for all the fixins
Come early and set up the table
Tailgating is FUN!
Risk is present but can be managed!
Preparation is key!
Be respectful and Clean Up