What should I do if I have non-CrossFit contractor trainers?
There are a couple things to know when having non-CrossFit trainers conduct classes.
- Are the classes going to be offered by your business, or will you be leasing space to these trainers for their own operations?
- If these trainers are leasing space for their own operations, then your policy does not extend coverage to them. They would need their own policy in place, and we recommend having your business named as an Additional Insured on their policy.
- If the class/service is being offered under your operations, as long as the offerings are within the CrossFit RRG guidelines, then your business is covered in the event of a lawsuit. However, the trainer may or may not be covered, should they be individually named in a lawsuit.
The safest way to conduct business with non-CrossFit trainers is to require they purchase their own coverage. This protects your business from their operations and provides an additional level of comfort should there be a claim unrelated to your business.