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Health & Safety Resources
Welcome to the Sacramento State Sport Clubs Safety Resources Center for sport and recreation clubs. Please use the sections on this page to explore the different areas of our Safety Management program and their resources.
Concussion Management Resources
Please review the documents below for information on the Sacramento State Sport Clubs Concussion Management Plan, Policy, and Resources.
Emergency Action Plan for Sacramento State Sport Clubs
The Emergency Action Plan for Sacramento State Sport Clubs was created for the purpose of prevention and awareness of possible hazards and risks during participation in sporting activities and club travel.
In the event of an injury at a club practice, training, competition, trip, etc., Safety Officers are responsible for completing an injury report. Injury reports must be submitted to Student Organizations & Leadership within 24 hours of the injury.
Water Sports Safety Requirements
Water sports are required to have either a coach, boat driver, Safety Officer, or President with a valid Lifeguard Certification on file with Student Organizations & Leadership. At least one member, officer, coach, or boat driver who is lifeguard certified must be at each club practice in order to provide safety to club members. Clubs that attend non-sanctioned competitions will also need to ensure a lifeguard is on site, whether that individual is connected to the club or provided by the host school/organization.
If a club would like to reserve the Sac State Pool, they are required to have a certified lifeguard present for the duration of each practice. The lifeguard must have the appropriate CPR/First Aid and Lifeguard Certification on file with Student Organizations & Leadership.