Hi Denise. I’m assuming that when you say “in-house personal trainer” that you speaking about a trainer who is an “employee.” If I’m correct in that assumption, then the employer or facility that you’re working for will usually provide the necessary liability waivers and other paperwork necessary for you to train its clients.
If I’m off base with what I’m assuming that you are asking here, please clarify and I’d be happy to give a different response.
I hope that this helps.
I created my liability waivers by integrating the waiver from my Fitness Insurance Company (FitPak), from ACE’s recommended waiver and a little help from an attorney friend now client.
Always remember to cover anything that you may not expect. Kind of like the Warning on a hairdryer by stating… “Do Not Use Hairdryer in the Bathtub or Shower.”
J David Mychael
Denise, as David mentioned, you can buy all the forms from ACE’s website, or what I did, which is time-consuming at first, was create my own. I read quite a few examples online, then made my own based on the different ideas that I saw. Like I said, a little time-consuming, but I’m pretty confident it covers everything I wanted it to cover. At the end, I just have the client and myself sign and date the form, and give the client a copy if they want one. Hope that helps!