RISK RELEASE Walcamp offers programs that may involve the participants in activities in which walking, sitting, running, lifting, swinging, carrying, climbing and /or other physical activity may take place. While every effort will be made by Walcamp to keep the entire experience as safe as possible, the very nature of the activities is such that there is a potential for possible injury. By signing this form, you are acknowledging that you are aware and understand the risk involved in these activities. If you have a particular medical condition that makes you more susceptible to injury, then you will inform Walcamp of any such condition requiring greater care; otherwise, Walcamp is released from any injury sustained or aggravated as a result of such condition. If you do not understand the nature of the risk involved, you acknowledge that you can contact Walcamp and question us until you are satisfied with your level of knowledge needed to make a responsible decision. Your signature also signifies that you acknowledge that you are participating in these activities by your own free choice and you also have the choice and the right to refuse to participate in any activity, or part of any activity, that you personally do not feel safe or comfortable with. You will agree to comply with the rules and regulations set forth by the Walcamp Staff and/or other policies and procedures that may be in effect. If you have the slightest concern about your physical health while participating in these activities you must contact a medical or health professional before participating to ensure your suitability. Participant and/or their parent/guardian agree to hold Walcamp Outdoor Ministries, Inc., harmless with respect to any bodily injury or property damage arising out of the actual or alleged transmission of a communicable disease. This applies even in the event of alleged negligence or other wrongdoing in the: a. Supervising, hiring, employing, training or monitoring of others that may be infected with and spread a communicable disease; b. Testing for a communicable disease; c. Failure to prevent the spread of the disease; or d. Failure to report the disease to authorities.
May 18, 2021