The orientation should include expectations for program staff behavior when interacting with, supervising, chaperoning or otherwise overseeing minors in program activities, recreational activities and/or residential facilities. Visit this page for details: https://youth.umn.edu/health-and-safety-expectations#orientation
Environmental assessment may include considering the relative age of participants, the presence of minors or adults not from the same program, sight lines and distance.
The standards are listed on this page in an easier to read format: https://youth.umn.edu/health-and-safety-expectations#lodging
• Males and females must be housed separately, unless they are parent/child or siblings.
• Adults (program staff and program participants who are 18+) must stay in separate rooms from minors except in settings where minors and adults share a large dormitory space, or if the adult/minor is a parent/child or siblings.
• If participants represent a wide range of ages, minors should be housed with minor(s) of similar age.
• Adults must never share beds with minors.