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AED (Automated External Defibrilators)
The league has committed substantial member resources to protect our children's well-being by purchasing AED equipment.
In case of an emergency, FIRST call 911 !!! then request AED unit from the Concession Stand personnel where the AED is located near / stored. Follow the simple audible and visual commands associated with the unit's case.
Additionally, to see how to operate the AED unit, please follow this link: AED Video
Incident Reporting Guidelines
Any incident that causes any player, manager, coach, umpire, volunteer, or spectator, to receive medical treatment and or first aid must be reported to the Safety Officer (see Contact Information Here). This includes even passive treatments such as evaluation and diagnosis of the extent of the injury or periods of rest.
All such incidents must be reported to the Safety Officer within 24 hours of the incident. Accident reporting is initially done via email providing the following minimum information:
- Name and Phone Number of the Individual Involved.
- Date, Time and Location of the Incident.
- A Detailed Description of the Incident.
- A Preliminary Estimate of the Extent of the Injury.
- Name and Phone Number of the Individual Reporting the Incident.
After this initial notification the Manager must complete and turn in to the Safety Officer the "Incident Tracking Form" (Appendix H) of Safety Plan or download it here. After completion, bring the form to the concession stand and ask that the paperwork be placed in the Safety Officers box. Please notify the Safety Officer via email once this activity is complete.