Safety Tips for Parents, Players, Managers, Coaches, and League Officials
The safety of players and anyone that attends a Canyon Creek Little League event is top priority. It is important to understand that safety is "everyone's job". Prevention is the key to keeping accidents to a minimum. Players should wear Little League-approved helmets and other equipment to keep them safe while playing. Read more...
Coaching Staff Safety Training
Every manager and coach is required to attend training and orientation sessions. This training includes detailed safety information. Coaching staffs and league officials are required to know and understand the Canyon Creek Little League Safety Plan and key elements of the ASAP program. Further, CCLL conducts background checks every season on every manager, coach and volunteer.
First Aid Kits
All volunteers are familiarized every year with basic first aid. Every field is issued a first aid kit. The first aid kit must be present at every game and practice.
Insurance for Injuries
CCLL maintains insurance for injuries. Incidents are historically tracked so that injury trends can be analyzed and preventative measures taken.
Codes of Conduct
Every member (including players) of Canyon Creek Little League must read and acknowledge Canyon Creek Little League's codes of conduct, which require among other things that all Little League participants be treated in a safe and respectful manner. In addition, managers and coaches are required to read and acknowledge the CCLL Manager and Coach Code of Conduct.
Ethics and Protest Resolution
Our League maintains an Ethics and Protest Committee. This committee considers the behavior of its members with a priority on the physical and emotional well-being of all participants as well as compliance with CCLL and Little League rules and regulations of play.
If any concern arises or you have suggestions, please contact CCLL's Board of Directors.
Contacts, Forms, and Handouts
This section contains contact points, forms and handouts for parents and all volunteers.