If you’re hosting an in-person event
you’ll want each of your participants to sign an Event Waiver.
what is an event waiver?
It puts in writing what you are and are not responsible for pertaining to the event and it makes it clear to your participants that they are participating in your fabulous event at their own risk.
A Event Waiver gives you:
Clarity – by letting people know your policies exactly what you DO (and DON’T DO) as a coach or entrepreneur.
Safety, security, and groundedness – that are associated with the root chakra.
why do you need it?
You want your participants to sign an Event Waiver for any in-person event for two reasons – to raise their awareness and to limit your liability.
It’s critical for empowering them to take personal responsibility for themselves and their body – and it covers your buns as well.
For example, the Event Waiver has a place for your participants to disclose to you at the start of the event any prior injuries (if they are doing any kind of physical movement, such as yoga), and allergies to food or other items, and any medical conditions that you should be aware of that could be aggravated (like pregnancy).
It also lets them identify an emergency contact and spells out what would happen if someone gets injured (heaven forbid!), and it disclaims and limits your liability.
The DIY Event Waiver Package includes:
- Event Waiver Template – for you to download and complete
Thorough – but simple to personalize for your business
In plain English so it’s easy to understand
Created with deep care and Legal Love™
- Audio Guide – to walk you through the template. You fill in the blanks and it’s ready to use! In just 1 hour, you will learn:
What it says and where to customize it
How it protects you
When to use it
can I really do it myself?
Listen to the audio guide and follow along as I read the document aloud, and you’ll easily see where to fill in the blanks for your business.
the DIY investment?
one payment of $197
Please note that these documents are legal templates to complete and personalize yourself. They do not create an attorney-client relationship and are not to be construed as legal advice. Always have a local attorney review any legal document that you use in your business to be sure they comply with your state and local laws. Lisa is licensed as an attorney in the State of Ohio.
Purchase a 30-Minute Power Hour with Lisa
to ask questions about the template
after you’ve completed it.
(Note that this does not include a legal review
of your document.)
want it done for you?
to see if Lisa can help you
or can refer you to another attorney.