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League Safety Plan


2021 ASAP Plan V0.4

CAMAS Little League



Little League ID:045770401

Washington State District #4




1.  League Safety Officer is Chad Sterle. Plan on file with Little League International and all updates will be made through the Little League Data Center.
Contact: [email protected]


2.  Distribution of Safety Manual


Camas Little League will distribute an electronic copy of the 2019 Camas Safety Manual to all Managers, Coaches, League Volunteers, Concession Workers, and Facilities Crew. Physical copies of the safety manual will be posted in all common areas for all applicable volunteers

3.  Emergency & Key Official Contacts

In Case of an Emergency DIAL 911
Site Address: 640 NW Logan St, Camas, WA 98607

League President Nick Kralj    (503) 830-8166
VP Baseball

VP Softball Rochelle Whetzel (360) 600-2293

Safety Officer Chad Sterle (503) 367-6037

Player Agents   Chris Callahan (BB) (760) 822-3874
Kevin Jones (BB) (206) 295-5565
Ken Schweitzer (SB) (360) 975-1154

Umpire in Chief Jason Newport (503) 890-1253

This list will be posted in the score booths, common areas, and board room along with all applicable safety procedures for handling and tracking injuries.

Note: First Aid kits are supplied to each team. Additional First Aid Kits are stored in the Concession Stand and both Score booths

4.  Volunteer Applications

Camas Little League will use the official 2019 Little League Volunteer online LL Application form to screen all of our volunteers. We will use JD Palatine for all our background checks. Both the League President and the Safety Officer will retain these confidential forms for their year of service.

Note: Anyone refusing to complete a volunteer application will be ineligible to participate as a volunteer with Camas Little League.

Fundamentals Training


Camas Little League will provide and require, with at least one coach or manager from each team attending, training in the key fundamental areas of both youth baseball and softball. Training will qualify a volunteer for 2 years, but one team representative is still required to attend each year.

Trainings completed prior to the 2021 ASAP deadline include:
Fundamentals Review and Coaches Meeting - Baseball (Tee Ball, Minors, Majors)
Fundamentals Review and Coaches Meeting - Baseball (50/70)
Fundamentals Review and Coaches Meeting - Softball (all)

Note: Any additional unscheduled 2021 training sessions including fundamentals, scorekeeping, and/or softball workshops, set forth by Camas Little League or WA D4, will be attended by at least one coach or manager from each team.


6.  First Aid Training

Camas Little League will provide and require, with at least one coach or manager from each team attending, First Aid training.  Training will be held during coaches meetings. Training will qualify a volunteer for 3 years, but one team representative is still required to attend each year.

Field Inspections

Both Managers (head coaches) and Umpires will be required to walk & inspect the fields prior to any use. Concerns must be conveyed to the Safety Officer or the Board Member on Duty.

8.  2021
 Annual Little League Facility Survey


The completed 2021 Facility Survey upload to the LL Data Center.  Camas LL utilizes seven (7) fields for baseball and softball games.  One city park field was identified for renovation in summer 2020 and delayed until spring/summer 2021:

Doc Harris Complex: Doc A, Doc B, Doc C
Fallen Leaf Park: baseball/softball field
Forest Home Park: East, West
Goot Park: Goot Field (shared with East County LL)
Prune Hill: Baseball Field (under renovation)

Concession Stand Safety

The concessions stand at Forest Home Park will stay closed this season.  If LLI changes current restrictions during the season the ASAP will be updated to include concession stand guidelines.

10.  Equipment Inspection

The League Equipment Manager will inspect and replace all equipment prior to the 2021 season. Managers and Coaches are required to inspect all equipment prior to each game. For competitive games the Umpire in Chief will have the final say on equipment allowed in a game.

11.  Accident Reporting

Camas Little League will use the Incident Tracking Form from the Little League International Website and the Safety Officer has informed each Manager on the Accident/Near Miss Reporting procedure. All completed Accident/Near Miss Reports need to be filed with the Safety Officer within 24-48 hours of the incident. All safety procedures, forms, and contact information will be posted in all common areas. All "near miss" information will be evaluated and reported to the District Safety Officer in an attempt to avoid future injuries.

First-Aid Kits

Each team will be issued an updated First Aid Kit and will be required to have it at every practice, game, and team event. These kits will be issued with the team’s equipment bag.

13.  Little League Rules

Camas Little League requires all team, manages, coaches, board members, and volunteers to enforce all Little League Rules.

The 2019 Little League Rule Book is to be used in all Camas Little League games and practices. Camas LL only uses Little League approved equipment. All Volunteer/Coach Code of Conduct & Safety Code of Conduct forms will be reviewed and signed by every member of the Camas Little League and kept on file with the Safety Officer.

14.  Player / Coach Data

League player registration, player roster, and manager/coach data will be submitted via the Little League Data Center at New player or coach/manager data will be added to the Little League Data Center within two weeks of becoming active with a team.

15. Survey Questions

not applicable

16.  Misc – COVID-19 Guidelines

See Camas LL website for latest COVID-19 guidelines.  The website will contain the latest information and guidelines for the 2021 season including CLL’s Return to Play Plan and Attestation policy. 




























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