Risk Management

COVID-19 Protocols

At the Colorado Mountain Club, the safety of our members and staff is our priority. We are closely monitoring expert sources and will share pertinent developments with our membership. All of our decisions regarding programming at the CMC moving forward will be with the health and well-being of our members and staff top of mind.

CMC Incident, Illness, Injury and Near Miss Report Form

CMC 24 Hour Emergency Call Service (269) 384-1056 if you need to connect with staff emergencies in the field. Please complete this form as soon as reasonable following the incident. This google form is how you file your incident report. If you have taken notes on the paper copy or pdf, please enter them here so we have a digital file. This form is collected by CMC staff to compile data on our incidents and near misses in the field. Personal details and contact information is only used to follow-up as needed to fill in incomplete information or check on the well being of someone who left the field without a follow-up by the trip leader/instructor. The compiled data will be used to report on our incidents and near misses club-wide to inform better risk management, places we may need to increase training, and compare data to similar organizations. Thank you for your leadership and communication of this incident or near miss in the field.

Suggestions and Complaints Reporting

Do you have a suggestion for improving a trip or activity? We want to hear from you to improve our Club. The best way to make your idea known is to tell the trip leader or other Group representative. Members are encouraged to call their Group chairpersons and other volunteers with suggestions and offers to help. If you have a complaint of any nature, we also want to hear from you. You are encouraged to use our Navex Ethicspoint Reporting System to make anonymous reports on complaints, safety issues, or mis-conduct and ethical violations.