Protecting At-Risk Populations Including Those Hit by Catastrophes

Across the country new laws are being examined to help protect at-risk populations such as the elderly, children and the disabled. It has now been extended to include those that have suffered from a catastrophic lose due to acts of nature or those that have suffered from enormous financial loss. These people often become in contact with emergency responders that often include volunteer help. These responders may not have had a criminal background check performed on them and could pose a risk to these vulnerable disaster victims. From caregivers to coaches to emergency responders a thorough background screening process can significantly help in protecting at-risk populations. A vigorous background screening policy for employment screening and volunteer screening is the core of risk mitigation and goes a long way at protecting those that are unable to protect themselves. To read more about this subject read recent press release found at:

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