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Special Online Safety Training

2023 SafeSport / Pure Baseball Abuse Awareness Training and ASAP Safety / Fundamentals Training

Attention all Managers, Coaches and other League Volunteers.  Mandatory training requirements under the “Protecting Young Victims from Sexual Abuse and SafeSport Authorization Act of 2017”  became Federal law in 2018.  You cannot manage, coach or have direct contact with players until you are documented as having received this training and you have agreed to abide by the Martinsburg Little League Child Protection Policy.  In order to meet SafeSport, and Little League annual training requirements, we are requesting all Volunteers, Managers, and Coaches who have not received the required training, complete the training listed below online.  

  1. Abuse Awareness Training for Adults:  ***Only for those who have never completed this training course****  Click on the Link at the bottom of the page.  This will bring you to the USA Baseball site.  At the top of the page, click Education.  On the education page scroll down and click on Courses.  You will be prompted to sign in.  If you do not have a USA Baseball account you will be prompted to set up an account with USA Baseball.  It is all free.  After signing in or setting up your account click on the Abuse Awareness for Adults Course.  Take the course.  Upon completing the course, print out your completion certificate or save as pdf.  Email a copy of the completed certification to [email protected].  See other information below prior to sending email.  Additionally, USA Baseball offers many free courses on coaching and umpiring.  With your account you just put the course in the shopping cart and proceed to checkout. The course will remain in your profile to take at your leisure.   The courses are free. 

  2. Click the Martinsburg Little League Safety Manual Link below and read.  The Child Protection Policy is located on page 15 of the Safety Manual.  Or you can read it separately by clicking the MLL Child Protection Policy link.

  3. Click the MLL Special Online Safety and Fundamentals Training link below and read.

  4. Click the Hands-Only CPR Instructional Video link below and watch.

  5. Click the AED Demonstration Video link below and watch.

  6. Once you have completed 1-5 above email [email protected] with the following items included in the email:
    1.  In Subject Line write MLL Online Safety Training  
    2.  Attach copy via pdf or pic of your completed Abuse Awareness Training for Adults Certificate **Only if you haven't provided it in the                  past** 
    3. Type this statement in the Body of the email:  
    I have read the Martinsburg Little League Safety Manual, the online Safety and Fundamentals Training in it's entirety.  
    I have completed the CPR and AED instructional videos.  
    I understand and agree to abide by the Martinsburg Little League Child Protection Policy.  
    4. Type your Name at the end of the Statement.  (At a later date we will need you to sign the official signature form)


Long the pacesetter in youth sports safety, Little League has again taken the lead with the development of ASAP (A Safety Awareness Program). With the help of corporate sponsors Musco Lighting and AIG Companies, ASAP has created a network of more than 5600 safety officers working together for safety.

ASAP is a grass roots program based on communication of ideas. Leagues across the country contribute their safety ideas to ASAP News, a colorful, monthly newsletter. Safety officers can then find out what their peers are doing to make things "safer for the kids."

A safety officer in Georgia may see what a Nebraska league did to maintain safety during a heat wave. A safety officer in California whose concession stand is less than orderly may use the plan for concession stand safety submitted by a New Jersey league.

Introduced in 1994, ASAP has already increased Little League's overall safety awareness and reduced insurance costs for participating leagues. This summer, the annual ASAP Awards will recognize the leagues with the best safety programs.

For more ASAP information, call the ASAP Hotline at 800-811-7443 or E-Mail your request . Be sure to include your name and postal address in addition to your e-mail address. You can also access the League Safety Officer Program Kit right here on the Little League Web Site!

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