The Fulton County Board of Health (FCBOH) is devoted to providing a range of services that safeguard the wellbeing and safety of its almost one million citizens. The health centers offer cutting-edge clinics and a Vital Records Office located in the Fulton County Government Center. The Office of Epidemiology monitors diseases and other health conditions affecting residents of Fulton County. The Health Promotion Division works to educate, inform and empower Fulton County residents through evidence-based interventions and strategies that enhance health outcomes in the areas of injury, youth development, and chronic disease prevention.
The Board of Commissioners in the Fulton County Government Center Assembly Hall, 141 Pryor Street, S., is responsible for guaranteeing that safety measures are taken for running competitions in the county. The FCBOH has implemented a number of safety protocols to guarantee that running competitions are conducted safely. All participants must wear protective gear such as helmets, gloves, and reflective clothing. All participants must also be screened for any medical conditions that may put them at risk during the competition.
Furthermore, all participants must be aware of the rules and regulations of the competition and adhere to them at all times. The FCBOH also requires that all running competitions have a medical team on site to provide medical assistance if needed. The medical team is responsible for monitoring the health of all participants and providing immediate medical attention if necessary. Additionally, the medical team is responsible for providing first aid kits and other necessary supplies to ensure that all participants are safe during the competition.
Finally, the FCBOH requires that all running competitions have an emergency plan in place in case of an emergency. This plan should include contact information for emergency services, evacuation routes, and other necessary information to ensure that all participants are safe during the competition.