Attention: All registered adults participating in any nationally conducted event or activity must have
completed BSA Youth Protection Training. At least one registered adult who has completed BSA Youth
Protection Training must be present at all other events and activities that require a Tour and Activity
Plan. Effective for tours beginning January 1, 2009, Youth Protection Training will be valid for **TWO
YEARS** from the date completed.
Attention: Effective on January 1, 2009, for events and activities that require a Tour and Activity
Plan, at least one adult must have completed Planning and Preparing for Hazardous Weather training. The
online training can be found at olc.scouting.org. Scroll down to
Hazardous Weather and sign in to take the training. If you have any questions, please contact the council
office at 619.298.6121 x230.
Activity Standards: Where swimming or boating is included in the program, Safe Swim Defense and/or
Safety Afloat standards are to be followed. If climbing/rappelling is included, then Climb On Safely must be
followed. At least one person must be trained in CPR from any recognized agency for Safety Afloat and Climb
On Safely. At least one adult on a pack overnighter must have completed Basic Adult Leader Outdoor
- For permissable firearm activities at the various youth programs of Scouting, consult the
Guide to Safe
Scouting, specifically the section on
- Required when using the large sailboats the council owns.
- You may also use a similar form provided by your unit.