DSUSA Administrative Policies

The following are policies that all Disabled Sports USA chapters must have in place.  Each Disabled Sports USA chapter is responsible for creating their own policies and procedures to ensure the safety of their participants, volunteers, and employees. Please feel free to use these resources to help shape your policies and procedures.


 

Waiver Policy
Waiver Policy

Click here for the full Disabled Sports USA Waiver Policy.

Conflict of Interest Policy
Conflict of Interest Policy

Explore sample policy language and related documents designed to ensure the personal interest of staff, board, and volunteers do not interfere with the performance of their duties.

Confidentiality Policy
Confidentiality Policy

Keeping sensitive information safe is essential.  Bolster your organizational integrity by having a confidentiality policy and pledge.

Helmet Policy
Helmet Policy

Helmets are mandatory for certain activities. Click here for more information.

Registration Policy
Registration Policy

Read about Disabled Sports USA’s Registration Policy and see some sample participant registration forms.

Volunteer Age Policy
Volunteer Age Policy

Be sure to adhere to the volunteer age requirements set by Disabled Sports USA.

Volunteer Screening
Volunteer Screening

All volunteers should be properly screen to ensure they are qualified to work with athletes. Check out the Volunteer Screening Reference Sheet to learn more about the process!

Volunteer Training & Documentation
Volunteer Training & Documentation

Make sure your volunteers are properly documenting their training.

Lifeguard Policy
Lifeguard Policy

Per Disabled Sports USA’s Insurance Policy, a certified lifeguard must be on duty at all times while any participants are swimming.

Insurance Exclusions
Insurance Exclusions

Not all sport and recreation activities are covered under the DSUSA Insurance Program. Before adding a new activity, be sure to check the exclusion list and contact DSUSA.

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