Incident Reviews

Incident Reviews

One of the benefits of reporting incidents is so they can be used to help prevent similar occurrences. While rare, serious and even fatal incidents have impacted the Scouting family. Each incident described in this incident review series has actually occurred. Please help us prevent future occurrences by having a discussion about these incidents and how you can execute the Scouting program safely as designed.

Please download and review these sheets prior to using each incident review. Begin by clicking on the How-To sheet on the right, which will instruct you on how to use these resources.

Allergies and anaphylaxis
All-Terrain Vehicle
Asthma Attack
Boating
Boating—river paddling
Bunk Beds
Burns from starting fires
Burns to youth
Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
Cardiac events
Concussions
Dog Bites
Fatal falls
Foodborne Illnesses
Gaga Ball
Heat and hydration
Horses
Hypothermia
Lightning
Log Splitters
Motor vehicle accidents
Orthopedic Injuries
Scuba Diving and Open-Water Snorkeling
Sledding
Small Wild Creatures & Bites
Snakes
Sunburn
Swimming
Tick Bites
Zip Lining

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