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Safety Plan ASAP Resources

Manager and Coach Safety Training may be completed using the District 54 Safety Clinic Webinar recording (link below). Note that the slide presentation is a concentrated discussion of the highlights of Little League safety, All Coaches and Managers are REQUIRED to have Training


District 54 Mitigation Plan for Inter League May 2021


CDPH Youth Sports Guidelines

Manager and Coach Safety Training Attendance form:https://forms.gle/K9K6e5mH51kjz97a7




Manager, Coaches and Parents  Training  - Your League President has the code and it is Free to ALL in District 54.
Coaches, you are the #1 reason why players continue to play this game. This T&D program includes everything you need for the season; the skills and strategy you need to teach, drills and practice plans and great approaches for game day.

Parents, we know players accelerate their skill development and develop confidence when they practice and play at home. This T&D program includes instruction on skills, positions, strategy and provides you with lots of drills, games and challenges you can do together at home

 Click to go to the Big Al Training Page.


REPORTING INJURY and TRACKING

Player or Person (anyone at the field) is injured. The tracking form is filled out and sent to the league safety officer and a copy sent to the District Safety Officer  [email protected]

Little League  Injury tracking form

Option 2. For District documentation only you can use the google

Little League Insurance Form, Must be File within 30 days of Injury.

The Little League Player Accident Policy, underwritten by National Union Fire Insurance Company (a member company of AIG). is an excess coverage, accident only plan, to be used as a supplement to other insurance carried under a family policy or insurance provided by an employer. The policy is subject to a $50 deductible that is the responsibility of the claimant. If a covered injury requires necessary treatment in the form of medical services or supplies provided by a physician, nurse, therapist, or other medical professional within 30 days after the date of the accident the Company will pay the reasonable expenses incurred.

Such reasonable expenses must be incurred within 52 weeks after the date of the injury to be considered (subject to any deferred benefits). The maximum accident medical expense benefit is $100,000 for any one injury to any one Insured.



Background Check Information
Little League International requires all leagues and districts in the United States to conduct an annual background check, including a nationwide criminal search and a search of the National Sex Offender Registry. Little League preferred provider, J.D Palatine, has a Criminal File database that contains more than 600 million records, including criminal and sex offender registry records covering 50 states and the District of Columbia, meeting the current Little League Regulation 1(c) 8 & 9 requirement.


WEATHER IS A ISSUE OF SAFETY


Wherever you live, your local Little League® program and its volunteers, players, and parents need to know that a little preparation can make a big difference when there is potentially dangerous weather.

Current weather-tracking technology is better that it’s ever been, which means it’s becoming easier to identify potentially inclement conditions. Checking the weather before a game or practice is an easy task. Coaches and umpires should be quick to postpone a practice or game if the weather conditions become dangerous, Down Load a cell phone app to Monitor: Example is

Download the desktop and mobile apps to get the most precise weather forecasts from weather stations in your neighborhood.

Thunder and Lightning:

The old adage “If you hear it, clear it; if you see it, flee it” is an important one. Baseball and softball fields are big, open spaces, which are susceptible to potential lightning strikes. A strike can hit from up to 10 miles away, which means it could happen before you even see dark clouds in the sky. The only way to be as prepared as possible for a thunderstorm is to monitor the weather. If a storm should strike, have everyone head to an enclosed space. Cars are also safe. Shelter houses without walls and dugouts are NOT safe places. Be sure to wait at least 30 minutes after the storm to begin resuming activities, being sure to monitor the weather anyway you can.

 


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