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Incident Reporting – The Incident Report tool is 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. A near miss is an incident that did not result in injury, illness, or damage by definition but that had the potential to have done so. Near misses with clear lessons learned can bring to light opportunities to improve safety performance or program practices. 

Below are pre-written program resources for each rank.

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Lion Day Challenges

Lion Resources Worksheets

Lion Cub Videos

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Tiger Day Challenges

Tiger Cub Videos

Council Lesson Plans for Tigers:

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Wolf Day Challenges

Wolf Cub Videos

Council Lesson Plans for Wolves

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Bear Day Challenges

Bear Cub Videos

Council Lesson Plans for Bears

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Youth Protection Reminder

It’s critical that we all continue to keep youth protection top-of-mind whether our Scouting activities are taking place in person or through a digital platform. Of note, remember that BSA prohibits any one-on-one interaction between an adult leader and a Scout – in person, online, through a web conference, over the phone, via text, or in any other form.

Detailed youth protection information is available here. To ensure you are following safety standards for all Scouting activities, please reference the Guide to Safe Scouting. The BSA’s Social Media Guidelines serve as a complement to our youth protection policies.