Background Screening for Employees and Volunteers

Published on August 15th, 2018

 

 As the school year approaches, your organization may be preparing to work more closely with youth. This likely includes organizing staff and volunteers to teach or supervise minors. Do you follow these background screening best practices?

  • Background screen all new workers who will be interacting with youth
  • Re-screen workers on an annual basis to get up-to-date information
  • Conduct background screenings at both a state and national level

Background screening is an important step in prevent youth abuse within your organization. View Church Mutual’s Background Screening page for more information, or visit our website Ask Risk Control Central to contact one of our professional risk consultants.