Vista American Little League: Safety & Reporting

VALL Takes Concussion Prevention Very Seriously

Keeping children and teens healthy and safe is always a top priority. Whether you are a parent, youth sports coach, school coach, school professional, or health care provider, this site will help you recognize, respond to, and minimize the risk of concussion or other serious brain injury.

Please take a few moments to review the CDC's program for preventing and recognizing the symptoms of concussions.

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Concussion information for Parents and Players

Have any questions about VALL's participation with the HEADS UP concussion protocol?
Contact our Safety Officer.



2018 VALL Safety Plan
Download the 2018 VALL Safety Plan

Little League Forms and Publications
http://www.littleleague.org/learn/forms.htm

Incident-Injury Tracking Report

The incident-injury tracking form is to help our league officials track incident/injuries and provide suggestions to help our league provide a safer environment. Email a copy of this report to our safety officer to help determine problem areas in our safety program and facilities.

A copy of the VALL Safety plan has been provided to all league managers and can be reviewed at your request.



Accident Claim Form

In the event of an accident please fill out the following Accident Claim Form. This Form must be filled out and submitted by parents/gaurdians or adult claimant.

Accident Claim Form



Preventing Heat-Related Illnesses

Stop Sports Injuries

Safekids.org

momsTeam 



Volunteering with VALL

Whether you're a new or returning volunteer, VALL is equally appreciative that you're willing to give your time to support our community. It's people like YOU that make VALL something really special for our kids. Thank You!

2018 Volunteer Form
2018 Returning Volunteer Form



Code-of-Conduct Incident Reporting

Please submit a Code-of-Conduct infraction report by writing a letter, signing it, and submitting it to the league President. Please take the time to review your report carefully before submitting.  It often helps to save the email to your draft folder and review and edit it again after a day of rest.  It is important that hasty email complaints are not sent in anger, but only after careful review and editing when your are calm.

We have setup a Code of Conduct Committee to help investigate formal complaints.  Every complaint is taken seriously and sometimes requires many days to investigate.  

Contact Ashley Montes @ ashleymontes79@yahoo.com