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Food Handlers Permits

Washington State requires that all food workers have food safety training before handling food served to the public. Food workers who take a food safety training class and pass the State of Washington exam on food safety basics are issued a Food Worker Card (also called a Food Handler Permit).  Our volunteers that will be preparing food will have completed the food handlers permit training. 

The Strike Zone following volunteers have completed the training.


Corey Patterson
Meghan Lucas
Breana Nuku
Kayley Blakes

CPR AED Training


Did you know that there is an average of 350,000 people that suffer Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) annually! Also, SCA is responsible for a death of a young athlete once every 3 days in the United States.....
Our board is now CPR certified!! We, as a board took the class taught by our own certified instructor, Michael Prime
Thanks to Mike and everyone on our board for taking a part in this training.


NMLL board members have taken a CPR training class to help better our leagues safety.  This certification expires in 2020.

Corey Patterson

Lisa Patterson 
Rebel Medley
Mike Prime
Dustin Tweten
Meghan Lucas
Breana Nuku
Kayley Blakes


Little League CDC Heads Up Training

 

If a Little Leaguer® is injured during a game, practice, or other league-approved activity that may or may not require medical attention, league officials (manager/coach, Safety Officer, Player Agent, etc.) should follow these steps:

  • Administer any initial first aid treatment (if necessary)
  • Be sure to have the player’s medical release onsite or easily accessible so anyone who may treat the player is aware of any allergies or special conditions
  • Contact the player’s parent or legal guardian if they are not onsite at the time of the incident
  • Document the incident with as much detail as possible using any league-created form or utilize the ASAP Incident/Injury Tracking Report.
  • If medical attention is needed, be sure to have Accident Notification Claim Forms on hand to provide to the family (only for those leagues enrolled in the AIG Accident coverage for Little League) and explain the local league’s Accident Insurance, whether they have it through the AIG group program for Little League or through another source.
  • If a player misses seven (7) or more continuous days of participation, a physician or other accredited medical provider must give written permission for a full return to baseball/softball activity.
  • In cases involving a possible concussion, the league must adhere to their respective state law with respect to removal of the player and return to play protocols after being released by a physician. It is recommended a player suspected of sustaining a concussion be removed for at least the remainder of that day and then comply with their respective state law for return to play guidelines.

All injuries are to be taken seriously, and volunteers serving as managers and coaches are responsible for making the health and safety of the players the top priority. During all Little League functions, where a team of players is participating as a group, it is the responsibility of the manager and coaches to be advocates for safe behavior for each of the players on their team.

During Little League games, if a player sustains an injury and is removed from the game, a team manager is not permitted to return said player to the game without first having a medical professional at the game site clear the player. If the player does return to the game after being removed due to injury, he/she is required to complete mandatory play, if applicable.

The Little League A Safety Awareness Program (ASAP) was created to assist local leagues in developing a plan that promotes a safe and healthy experience for all participants.

The following board member have taken the below course to keep your child safe on the feild so they are safe to return to play.



Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. CDC twenty four seven. Saving Lives, Protecting People

NMLL volunteers that have completed Little League recommendations on Heads Up concussion training.

Corey Patterson
Breana Nuku
Kayley Blakes
Lisa Patterson
Meghan Lucas
Rebel Medley

North Mason Little League

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Belfair, Washington 98528
Phone : 360-463-1232
Email : [email protected]
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