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Required Abuse Awareness Training for Adults

In 2018, the “Protecting Young Victims from Sexual Abuse and SafeSport Authorization Act of 2017” became Federal law.  As part of SafeSport, abuse awareness training has been highly encouraged for participants and volunteers in the Little League program. Beginning in 2024,this training will now be a required part of the annual Little League Volunteer Application, along with the annual background check. The training must be completed before any individual can assume any duties for the current season.

It is important that all volunteers in a league complete the training on an annual basis. Even though it may be a training an individual has completed in the past, it is important to keep the information that is taught through Abuse Awareness Training fresh in everyone’s mind. The more individuals involved in a league that have the information that Abuse Awareness Training provides, the better. USA Baseball’s

BASE Abuse Awareness Training is a FREE online training that is SafeSport-compliant. This course can be completed in approximately 30 minutes online, producing a certificate of completion that you will share with the individual at your league who is responsible for overseeing your league’s background checks to verify you have completed the training.

Visit for information on USA Baseball’s BASE Abuse Awareness Training and for more information on this Federal law.

Lightning Safety

About lightening...remember an adult other than the manager/coaches should be monitoring the Little League Weatherbug App for tracking lightening and when storms are in the area during games or practices and remember no one should shelter in the dugouts.

Reference page 20 of safety plan for full details.

Accident Reporting Procedures

What to report
An incident that causes any player, manager, coach, umpire, or volunteer to receive medical treatment and/or first aid must be reported to the Safety Officer.  This includes even passive treatments when insurance claims may be required.

When to report
All safety/injury incidents described above must be reported to the Safety Officer within 48 hours of the incident.

The Safety Officer for 2019 for Los Alamos Little League is Becca Rodriguez.

How to make the report – Reporting incidents can take a variety of forms.  Most typically, they are telephone conversations.  An Injury Tracking Report Form should be used to insure the necessary information is obtained.  At a minimum, the following information must be provided:

l  The name and phone number of the individual(s) involved.

l  The date, time, and location of the incident.

l  As detailed a description of the incident as possible.

l  The preliminary estimation of the extent of any injuries.

l  The name and phone number of the person reporting the incident.

Los Alamos County Little League

P.O. Box 1271 
Los Alamos, New Mexico 87544
Phone : 505-699-3887
Email : [email protected]
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