Below is a table with the summary of the changes made in the most recent update.
Last Update: August 15, 2018
- 1. Every school or organization that sponsors athletics should develop an EAP specifically for managing serious and/or potentially life-threatening sport-related injuries (athletics emergency action plan AEAP)
- 2. The AEAP should be developed and coordinated with local EMS, school public safety officials, on site medical personnel or school medical staff, and school administrators
- 3. Every school should distribute the AEAP to all athletics staff members
- 4. The AEAP should be specific to each venue (including maps, directions, etc.)
- 5. On-site emergency equipment that may be needed in an emergency situation should be listed
- 6. The AEAP should identify personnel and their responsibilities to carry out the plan of action with a designated chain of command
- 7. Appropriate contact information for EMS
- 9. AEAP should be reviewed and rehearsed annually by all parties involved
- 10. Healthcare professionals who will provide medical coverage during games, practices, or other events should be included
- Coaching education required as part of coaching certification on topics relating to preventing sudden death in sport
- 3. On days 1-5, 1-hour maximum walk-through is permitted, however there must be a 3 hour minimum between practice and walk-through (or vice versa)
- 5. Day 6–14, double-practice days must be followed by a single-practice day. On single-practice days, 1 walk-through is permitted, separated from the practice by at least 3 hours of continuous rest. When a double-practice day is followed by a rest day, another double practice day is permitted after the rest day.
- 7. On a double-practice day, the 2 practices should be separated by at least 3 continuous hours in a cool environment.
CPR/AED and First Aid training required for all coaches
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