4-H Camp (without Shooting Sports): the dangers of collision with Camp attendees (including campers, teen chaperones, adult chaperones, camp staff, UNCE employees and instructors), vehicles and fixed or moving objects; swimming; the dangers arising from surface hazards, equipment failure, inadequate safety equipment, weather conditions, property damage or loss; and the possibility of serious physical injury, illness, sunburn, pain, mental trauma or death.

4-H Camp (when Shooting Sports are offered): the dangers of collision with Camp attendees (including campers, teen chaperones, adult chaperones, camp staff, UNCE employees and shooting sports instructors), vehicles and fixed or moving objects; swimming; the dangers and use of equipment and training related to shooting sports and a NV State 4-H Shooting Sports Trailer; the dangers arising from surface hazards, equipment failure, inadequate safety equipment, weather conditions, property damage or loss; the dangers of use and handling of firearms and ammunition (including archery equipment, air rifles, air pistols and related safety equipment); and the possibility of serious physical injury, illness, sunburn, pain, mental trauma or death.

Horse Shows/ Judgings: the dangers of collision with pedestrians, vehicles, and fixed or moving objects; the danger of being bitten, kicked, or stepped on; the danger of being thrown from a horse or having a horse fall on me; the danger of being dragged; the danger of collision with other horses, riders, fences, buildings, or other structures or objects; the dangers arising from surface hazards, equipment, failure, inadequate safety equipment, weather conditions, property damage or loss and the possibility of serious physical injury, illness, pain, mental trauma or death.

Shooting Sports: the dangers of collision with pedestrians, vehicles, and fixed or moving objects; the dangers arising from use of firearms such as accidental discharge of air pistol/rifle, shotgun, 22 rifle/pistol, archery equipment, black powder rifle/pistol; use of equipment and training related to shooting sports and a NV State 4-H Shooting Sports Trailer; the dangers arising from surface hazards, equipment failure, inadequate safety equipment, weather conditions, property damage or loss and the possibility of serious physical injury, illness, pain, mental trauma or death.

Livestock Shows: the dangers of collision with pedestrians, vehicles, and fixed or moving objects; the danger of being bitten, kicked, or stepped on; the danger of being dragged by a livestock animal such as beef, sheep, swine, goat or small animal livestock; or having a livestock animal fall on me; the danger of collision with other livestock animals, exhibitors, fences, buildings, or other structures or objects; the dangers arising from surface hazards, equipment, failure, inadequate safety equipment, weather conditions, property damage or loss and the possibility of serious physical injury, illness, pain, mental trauma or death.

Discover Your Future: the dangers of collision with pedestrians, vehicles and fixed or moving objects; the dangers of participation in physical and energetic workshops/conference activities involving other event participants inside and outside of event facilities; the dangers arising from surface hazards, equipment, failure, inadequate safety equipment, weather conditions, property damage or loss and the possibility of serious physical injury, illness, pain, mental trauma or death.

Extension 2010, Examples of Descriptions of Risk for Specific Events, Extension | University of Nevada, Reno
 

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