Wilderness First Aid—What Is It and Why Should You Care?
General Health and Safety FAQs
Health and Safety Alerts
The Sweet Sixteen of BSA Safety
Guide to Safe Scouting
Boy Scouts of America
First Aid Log for Council/District Activity, No. 680-127WB
For a council/district activity or event including day camps.
Routine Drug Administration Record
The Tall Pines Council risk management committee has provided a form that may be of benefit for your next event.
Program Hazard Analysis
(PHA), No. 680-009
This evaluation process is used to systematically identify, assess, and resolve hazards associated with
program activities that support the vision, mission, and goals of the Boy Scouts of America. An analysis
should be conducted for new program activities, for modifications to or expansions of existing activities,
or for existing program activities with newly recognized hazards.
Program Hazard Analysis Narrative
Word file that can be used to report on the program being analyzed as part of a PHA.
Program Hazard Analysis Matrix
Word file that can be used to document potential hazards and associated cause, effect, and mitigation/controls during the PHA execution.
Incident Information Report
, No. 680-016
Used to report all injuries, illnesses, and incidents during Scouting activities or on council-owned properties that require the intervention of a medical provider beyond basic Scout-rendered first aid.
Near Miss Incident Information Report
, No. 680-017
Used to report near misses in programs such as COPE and climbing activities. A near miss does not result in injury, illness, or damage by definition, but it had the potential to do so.
Tour and Activity Plan
Effective May 10, 2012, the tour and activity plan supersedes all prior tour plans and the local and national tour permits. The link will take you to an interactive FAQ page, where you can learn about tour and activity planning. However, we encourage you to use the online process via your
Flying Plan Application, No. 680-672
The flying plan is an additional tool to plan your next basic or advanced orientation flight and is used to provide supplemental information with the tour and activity plan.
BSA Hot-Air Ballooning Tether Guidelines and FAQs
Activity Consent Form and Approval by Parents or Legal Guardian
Required for BSA aviation flights and recommended for all activities.
Meeting Place Inspection Checklist
Annual Health and Medical Record.
Please see this Web page for instructions and links to the the record.
FAQs concerning the new Annual Health and Medical Record
Immunization Exemption Request
Request for exemption from tetanus immunization requirement.
Medical Care Exemption Request
Request for exemption from medical care.
Updated (October 2008) immunization policy and support information. The Boy Scouts of America encourages all members of the Scouting community to become fully protected with vaccines that are now available to prevent infectious diseases that are dangerous for children and adults living in the United States.
Licensing and Trademark
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