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Safety Information

Upper Providence Little League Code of Conduct Policy

No Board Member, Manager, Coach, Player, or Spectator shall:

  • Any any time, lay a hand upon, push, shove, strike, or threaten to strike an umpire or official.
  • Be guilty of heaping personal verbal or physical abuse upon any official for any real or imaginary of a wrong decision or judgement.
  • Be guilty of objectionable demonstrations of dissent at an official's decision by throwing of gloves, helmets, hats, bats, balls, or any other forceful unsportsmanlike action.
  • Be guilty of using unnecessarily rough tactics in the play of a game against the body of an opposing player.
  • Be guilty of a physical attack upon any board member, official, manager, coach, player, or spectator.
  • Be guilty of the use of profane, obscene, or vulgar language in any manner at any time.
The Code of Conduct Policy is, for the most part, standard throughout Little League. 

Managers, Coaches, Umpires, or Members of the Board can file a Code of Conduct Incident Report via e-mail to [email protected]. If the Board determines that the Player, Manager, Coach, Umpires or Volunteer did not adhere to the Code of Conduct Policy listed above, a "Strike" will be assigned to his/her record as outlined below:

  • Strike 1 - Suspension
  • Strike 2 - Forfeiture of position
  • Strike 3 - Suspension from the league
In addition, Umpires have been instructed to halt a game until an abusive Fan or Parent leaves the field if they are directly involved in a Code of Conduct violation.

Accident Claim Form

As a Little League International affiliated organization, players at Upper Providence Little League (UPLL) are covered by Little League's Player Accident Policy. This program provides an excess coverge, accident-only plan, to be used as a supplement to other insurance carried under a family policy or insurance provided by an employer for the claimant. The policy is subject to a $50 deductible that is the responsibility of the claimant. If a covered injury requires necessary treatment in the form of medical services or supplies provided by a physician, nurse, therapist, or other medical professional within 30 days after the date of the accident, the Insurer will pay the reasonable expenses incurred, subject to all policy language, provisions and exclusions.

To submit a claim, complete the Accident Claim Form and submit via e-mail to League Safety Officer.

Safety Plan

A copy of the UPLL's "ASAP Safety Plan" be downloaded here.

Contact

Upper Providence Little League
P.O. Box 194 
Oaks, Pennsylvania 19456

Email: [email protected]

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