Little League® International has made it easier for leagues and districts to submit the annual A Safety Awareness Program (ASAP) plan.
Local leagues and districts will now be able to upload a text document version using the Little League® Data Center.
Any local league or district can choose to upload its 2022 ASAP safety plan; and access and update their Facility Survey (ASAP Requirement No. 8).
Note that District Staff will have the ability to track ASAP Plan submissions by league through the Little League Data Center.
To submit your 2022 Season ASAP Safety Plan online, log in to the Little League Data Center and choose “Submit/View 2022 Season ASAP Safety Plan.”
ASAP Safety Plans can only be submitted online by League Presidents and League Safety Officers, unless another officer has been given permission by the League President. Officers that do not have this permission will not see this link.
Completing an ASAP Safety Plan online has three primary steps:
- Upload your completed ASAP Safety Plan document.
- Confirm that your ASAP Safety Plan meets the 15 ASAP requirements.
- Sign and Submit your ASAP Safety Plan.
To upload your completed ASAP Safety Plan document, follow these instructions:
- Click on the “Browse” or “Choose File” button on the “Upload Safety Plan” screen.
- Use the window that appears to find and select your completed ASAP Safety Plan document.
- Click “Open” or “OK” to upload the document and close the window.
- Finally, click the large green “Upload Safety Plan and Continue” button on the bottom of the screen to complete the upload step.
Once the completed ASAP Safety Plan document has been uploaded, you will need to confirm the 15 ASAP Requirements. All requirements are mandatory; however, they can be completed in any order. Many of the requirements will ask for a page number in your ASAP Safety Plan document corresponding to a certain topic, while other requirements request confirmation of an activity by your league.
You will be able to submit your ASAP safety plan before Requirement 14 (Registration Data) is completed, however, your ASAP safety plan will not be approved until the Registration Data requirement is completed. Note that Requirement 14 (Provide Registration Data) will automatically check your league’s registration data before the ASAP safety plan is approved. For leagues using Sports Connect for online registration, that information will be automatically sent to Little League International, helping to fulfill Regulation IV (g) and ASAP Requirement 14.
Once all 15 ASAP requirements are completed, you will be asked to digitally sign (by typing your name) and submit your ASAP Safety Plan for the current year. Your plan will be reviewed within one to two (1-2) business days.
If the ASAP Safety Plan is not accepted, your league will receive an email containing a description of the issues that prevented it from being approved. The ASAP Safety Plan can be amended and resubmitted online, using the same submission process.
Safety plans must be electronically submitted exclusively online through the Data Center. Hard copy paper plans submitted to Little League International by mail or email will no longer be accepted.