Report of Occurrence

Arizona Swimming and USA Swimming require that all injuries, even minor occurrences such as bee stings etc., whether or not it involves a USA Swimming member or not, must be reported to our insurance carriers and USA Swimming. The report should be filled out by the Meet Director or by any club personnel supervising at the time of the incident. Click here to visit the USA Swimming electronic Report of Occurrence form.

Note: The Report of Occurrence must be filed electronically through the USA Swimming web site. Reports submitted via paper are no longer accepted. 

Risk Management Manual

This manual is designed to provide ideas, concepts, and tasks for sound risk management practice for our athletes to compete and train.

Click here for the Arizona Swimming Risk Management Manual.

Concussions in Youth Sports

Although not common in swimming, concussions can occur in the water and in dryland activities.

This free CDC online training helps prepare coaches and parents in less than 30 minutes.

Heads Up: Concussion in Youth Sports is a free online training available to coaches, parents, and others helping to keep athletes safe from concussion. The training was developed by CDC’s Injury Center in partnership and other leading organizations. It features interviews with leading experts and interactive exercises to help coaches and parents recognize a concussion and know how to respond if their athlete might have a concussion.

Air Quality: It Takes a Village!

Click here for a presentation by Miklos Valdez on Air Quality and how it may be effecting your operations or swim training.