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Players: Medical Release & Concussion / Sudden Cardiac Arrest Forms

Player Medical Release & Concussion Forms: Prior to the first practice, Del Mar Little League requires players to complete the Little League National Medical Release Form as well as the Concussion Information Sheet and Sudden Cardiac Arrest Form.  Managers are required to keep the following in their possession during all league activities: 1) medical release form for every player on their team, 2) one copy of the Concussion Information Sheet. The Safety Officer is responsible for periodic random checks to ensure that proper medical release information is being maintained by team managers.

All Volunteers: Background Checks & Abuse Training

All League personnel (board members, managers, assistant coaches, practice helpers, team organizers, scorekeepers and all other persons/volunteers/hired workers who provide regular service to the league and/or who have repetitive access to or contact with players or teams) must undergo 1) background checks annually using the JDP service available online from the LittleLeague.Org website – in accordance with California law, and 2) Child Abuse Training. Background checks and abuse training from previous years are not valid for the current year. Del Mar Little League does not allow any volunteer to be in contact with the players on the field or to engage in any League activities if the background check and abuse training has not been completed. All managers and assistant coaches are informed that they are "mandatory reporters" of child abuse in accordance with federal law. They are required to report any reasonable suspicion of an act of child abuse (e.g. emotional, physical, sexual) to the proper authorities within 24 hours. Our managers and coaches are encouraged to limit one-on-one contact with minors without being in an observable and interruptible distance from another adult. To volunteer for the league, please contact your manager or associated board member, and send an email to [email protected]

Board Members, Managers, Assistant Coaches: Fingerprinting & Concussion Training

In addition to Background Checks & Abuse Training that are required of all league volunteers – Board Members, Managers & Assistant Coaches are also required to do: 1) Fingerprinting, and 2) Concussion Training. Fingerprinting is conducted in accordance to California Assembly Bill 506. Fingerprinting must be done by the Del Mar Little League, and prior fingerprinting (e.g. for other sports and leagues) are not valid. Fingerprinting for the Del Mar Little League is only required once and is not required annually. Concussion Training is required at least once by managers and assistant coaches, in accordance with California law. The Concussion Training topics include: going over first aid situations, how to watch for a concussion, and the importance of not having the child back on the field until he has been cleared by a Doctor, in the event of loss of consciousness, head injury where the kid is wobbly, dazed, confuse or vomiting.


All injuries reported to the league are documented and reviewed by the Safety Officer. The Safety Officer is responsible for ensuring that all the necessary forms, including insurance and injury reports, are distributed and completed. An injury is when any player, manager, coach, umpire, or volunteer has to receive medical treatment and/or first aid. This includes even passive treatments such as the evaluation and diagnosis of the extent of the injury or periods of rest. The manager/coach must report an injury within 24 hours of the incident to the safety officer ([email protected]). The manager/coach must submit an Injury Incident Report when an incident causes any player, manager, coach, umpire, or volunteer to receive medical treatment and/or first aid. Within 48 hours of receipt, the Safety Officer will contact the injured person/parents. The Safety Officer will also coordinate with the Player Agent ([email protected]) if deemed necessary. The Safety Officer is to provide any injured player a copy of the Little League Baseball Accident Notification Form should the player wish to file an insurance claim with Little League Baseball. This form is required to be forwarded to Little League Headquarters within 20 days after the incident. 

COVID-19 Guidance and Mitigation Protocol

  • General: Del Mar Little League follows and will continue to monitor COVID-19 federal, state & county guidance: Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), California Department of Public Health (CDPH), and San Diego County Public Health Services (PHS) Face masks: volunteers and players may wear a face mask for outdoor activity at their discretion All League personnel (including volunteers, players & families) will: 1) Monitor themselves - for symptoms that can be attributed to COVID-19 (e.g. fever or chills, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, new loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, and diarrhea), and 2) those who have any symptoms possibly related to COVID-19 should test and abide by the protocols set forth in the “Persons Who Test Positive for Covid-19” and “Close Contact Exposure” guidance below. Additional detail can be found at the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) website.

  • Persons Who Test Positive for COVID-19: Should stay home and not attend League activities for at least 5 days after start of symptoms (Day 0) or after the date of first positive test (Day 0). If no symptoms, Isolation can end after Day 5 if symptoms are not present or are resolving and a diagnostic specimen collected on Day 5 or later tests negative.If unable to test, choosing not to test, or testing positive on Day 5 (or later), isolation can end after Day 10 if fever-free for 24 hours without the use of fever-reducing medications. If fever is present, isolation should be continued until 24 hours after fever resolves. If symptoms, other than fever, are not resolving, continue to isolate until symptoms are resolving or until after Day 10. If symptoms are severe, or if the infected person is at high risk of serious disease, or if they have questions concerning care, infected persons should contact their healthcare provider for available treatments. Per CDPH masking guidance, infected persons should wear a well-fitting mask around others for a total of 10 days

  •  Close Contact Exposure – Asymptomatic Persons Who are Exposed to Someone with COVID-19 (No Quarantine Needed): Can attend League activities as long as remain asymptomatic and abide by the following protocols. Test within 3–5 days after last exposure. Per CDPH masking guidance, close contacts should wear a well-fitting mask around others for a total of 10 day. Strongly encouraged to get vaccinated or boosted. If symptoms develop, test, and stay home, AND if test result is positive, follow isolation recommendations above.

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