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At the PGA TOUR, our highest priority is the safety of our players, guests, employees, and volunteers. We are committed to providing a safe and secure environment by promoting safety best practices at our tournaments to minimize accidents. Our volunteers play a large role in promoting our safety culture and creating memorable, world-class experiences that positively impact our communities. All registered volunteers are expected to abide by basic safety guidelines, identify potential risks, and be proactive in reporting and correcting known or potential hazards.
ALL registered volunteers are expected to abide by the following safety guidelines in order to prevent injury to themselves or others. Some volunteer committees may require additional safety measures which can be found in the PGA TOUR Volunteer Safety Manual.
• I am knowledgeable of safety policies and procedures in my role.
• In uniform, I am viewed as a safe person to approach.
• I take a proactive approach to safety and know who to contact.
Prior to volunteering at a PGA TOUR tournament, each registered volunteer is required to review the following training materials:
(Return signed form to appropriate tournament or volunteer leadership)
There are several steps you should take when you attempt to push or pull an object:
To keep your back flexible and your muscles limber, it is important to maintain correct posture when standing.
CORRECT POSTURE: Stand straight with your shoulders back, stomach tucked in, hips forward, and knees slightly bent. An easy way to hurt yourself is to bend over incorrectly, the proper way to bend is:
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