Webinar – Essential Eligibility Criteria (EEC): Managing Risk and Increasing Inclusivity with EEC
August 6 – 11 am
This webinar is free. and approved for CEUs.
CEU Fee: $10/GOPA Partners; $15/Non-partners
This interactive session will help you understand how crafting “essential eligibility criteria” (EEC) under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) can decrease risk exposure while increasing inclusivity. We will break down the relevant parts of Title III of the ADA into practical terms. Then, we will begin the process of developing EEC. By the end, you should have a better grasp of how the ADA applies, along with clear actionable steps to assist with compliance, including: drafting or reviewing EEC; reviewing public-facing presence (website, marketing materials, etc.) to ensure that what you are putting out includes and/or aligns with your EEC and conveys that you do not discriminate based on disabilities; and designing and integrating into your staff training how to communicate appropriately regarding disability accommodation requests.
Presenter: Ben Tettlebaun is an attorney and director of Pinnacle Risk Strategies, PLLC, a boutique legal practice focused on managing risk for the outdoor recreation and education industry. At Pinnacle, Ben assists clients in risk management, mitigation, and transfer, focusing on regulatory and business issues. With over 20 years of experience in the outdoor industry, Ben has deep roots in outdoor logistics, medical response, operations, and systemic risk management. Ben has worked with some of the most prominent organizations in the industry, including NOLS and NOLS Wilderness Medicine, Appalachian Mountain Club, Student Conservation Association, REI, and Second Nature.