A comprehensive, structured approach to operations management that seeks to improve the quality of facility services through constant refinements in response to feedback from users and staff is known as __________.
total quality management
Question 2. Question :
Which of the following is a legal principle and standard related to sport facility management?
All of the Above
Question 3. Question :
The process of transforming a space into a more environmentally friendly area is called:
Question 4. Question :
General sport facility operating procedures are put into place to:
: provide safe, efficient, and equitable functioning of a sport facility.
commitment to the provision and maintenance of appropriate physical facilities.
contribute to a comfortable and conducive sporting and work environment.
all of the above.
Question 5. Question :
The process of being renewable for an indefinite period without damaging the environment is:
Question 6. Question :
When implementing a reservation and space allocation system, which of the following is most true?
Strive to do what is best for the greatest number of users.
Be consistent with only your most important groups.
Evaluate the scheduling process and improve the process during a yearly evaluation.
Take into account only activities that will maximize profits for the sport facility.
Question 7. Question :
What global guidelines provide requirements for environmental management systems and specified its relevance for organizations wishing to operate in an environmentally sustainable manner?
Question 8. Question :
What is the most common type of contract implemented by a sport facility?
Facility Rental contracts
Question 9. Question :
Laws that are created based on past legal decisions (precedence) are known as:
Question 10. Question :
Which is not one of the four elements necessary to prove negligence?
The act is related to the negligence.
The proximate cause of injury or loss is the act.
There does not have to be a duty of care or action expected.
There are damages related to the act.