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Forms and Resources | Circle Ten Council

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BSA 914 l Dallas, TX


Council Forms and Applications


Click here for a list of Forms & Applications

Click here for the Circle Ten Council Newsletter.

 

Below is a list of on-line BSA resources.

 

·Internet Recharter

·Internet Advancement

·My Scouting

·Insurance Policy and Claims Forms

·Positive Public Relations

·Guide to Safe Scouting

·Youth Protection Training

·Poptober

·Insignia Guide

·Tour and Activities Plan

·EmergencyMedical Centers for Camp

·Risk Management

·National Scouting Museum

·MyScoutingTools Release 1.1

·YouthProtection Training Compliance

Circle Ten Council (Rev. 05-31-2016)

Forms, Applications, and Resources

CouncilNewsletters

Belowis a list of latest official versions of popular forms and applicationsavailable to download. If you would like to see others added, please email themto the webmaster.

Applications

 

Outings

 

COPE/Climbing
COPE/Climbing Reservation Form
For more information, visit the COPE/Climbingpage.

TheRock Program is on hiatus until the Spring when the new standards will bereleased.

 

Risk Management

NEW BSA HEALTH FORMS

Frequently Asked Questions aboutthe NEW BSA HEALTH FORM

Immunization Exemption Request

Finance

Thiscampership is for Scouts who live in rural areas only!
Boy Scout and Webelos ResidentCamp Campership Application

Use of BSA logos for bakeries
If you are planning a celebration and would like to use BSA logos on yourcakes, you will need to fill out a form and get it approved and returned to thebakery first. For Cub Scout logos, please click here. For Eaglelogos, please click here. Return theform(s) toJohn Simpson for final approval.

 

Uniform Inspection Sheets

 

Unit Worksheets

 

Journey To Excellence

 

Awards and Applications

 

Progress Records and Leader Knots

 

Youwill need Acrobat® Reader to view and print these forms. This free software maybe downloaded from Adobe

Forms on Other Official Sites

 

Resources
Below is a list of online BSA resources.  If you would like to see othersadded, please email them to the webmaster

 

BSA National Forms

§  First Aid Logfor Council/District Activity, No. 680-127WB
For a council/district activity or event including day camps. Single-Page Version http://www.scouting.org/filestore/global/link-PDF.gif | Duplex Version http://www.scouting.org/filestore/global/link-PDF.gif

§  Routine Drug Administration Record http://www.scouting.org/filestore/global/link-PDF.gif 
The Tall Pines Council risk management committee has provided a form that maybe of benefit for your next event.

§  Program Hazard Analysis http://www.scouting.org/filestore/global/link-PDF.gif (PHA),No. 680-009 
This evaluation process is used to systematically identify, assess, and resolvehazards associated with 
program activities that support the vision, mission, and goals of the BoyScouts of America. An analysis 
should be conducted for new program activities, for modifications to orexpansions of existing activities, 
or for existing program activities with newly recognized hazards.

§  Program Hazard Analysis Narrative http://www.scouting.org/filestore/global/link-word.gif 
Word file that can be used to report on the program being analyzed as partof a PHA. 

§  Program HazardAnalysis Matrix http://www.scouting.org/filestore/global/link-word.gif 
Word file that can be used to document potential hazards andassociated cause, effect, and mitigation/controls during the PHAexecution. 

§  Incident Information Report http://www.scouting.org/filestore/global/link-PDF.gif,No. 680-016 
Used to report all injuries, illnesses, and incidents during Scoutingactivities or on council-owned properties that require the intervention of amedical provider beyond basic Scout-rendered first aid.

§  Near Miss IncidentInformation Report http://www.scouting.org/filestore/global/link-PDF.gif,No. 680-017 
Used to report near misses in programs such as COPE and climbingactivities. A near miss does not result in injury, illness, or damage bydefinition, but it had the potential to do so.

§  Tour andActivity Plan 
Effective May 10, 2012, the tour and activity plan supersedes all priortour plans and the local and national tour permits. The link will take you toan interactive FAQ page, where you can learn about tour and activity planning.However, we encourage you to use the online process via your MyScouting  http://www.scouting.org/filestore/global/link-html.gif account.    
 

§  Flying Plan Application, No. 680-672 http://www.scouting.org/filestore/global/link-PDF.gif 
The flying plan is an additional tool to plan your next basic or advancedorientation flight and is used to provide supplemental information with thetour and activity plan.

§  BSA Hot-Air BallooningTether Guidelines and FAQs

§  Activity Consent Form andApproval by Parents or Legal Guardian http://www.scouting.org/filestore/global/link-PDF.gif 
Required for BSA aviation flights and recommended for all activities.

§  Meeting Place InspectionChecklist http://www.scouting.org/filestore/global/link-PDF.gif

§  Annual Health and Medical Record. Please see this Webpage for instructions and links to the the record.

§  FAQs concerning the newAnnual Health and Medical Record

§  Immunization ExemptionRequest http://www.scouting.org/filestore/global/link-PDF.gif 
Request for exemption from tetanus immunization requirement.

§  Medical Care ExemptionRequest http://www.scouting.org/filestore/global/link-PDF.gif 
Request for exemption from medical care.

§  Immunization Information 
Updated (October 2008) immunization policy and support information. The BoyScouts of America encourages all members of the Scouting community to becomefully protected with vaccines that are now available to prevent infectiousdiseases that are dangerous for children and adults living in the UnitedStates.

 

See other forms below:

Attachments
Icon File Name Comment  
0 - Activity Conscent Form 19-673.pdf 0 - Activity Conscent Form 19-673  
0 - Parential Permission - Comprehensive - St. Luke - Blank - 2017.doc 0 - Parential Permission - Comprehensive - St. Luke - Blank - 2017  
0 - Swim BSA Test and Certification.pdf 0 - Swim BSA Test and Certification  
0 0-Parential Permission - Comprehensive - St. Luke - Blank - 2015.doc Parent Permission  
1 - Swim_ BSA Test Record_Troop 914.doc 1 - Swim_ BSA Test Record_Troop 914  
1 - Swim_ BSA Test Record_Troop 914.doc 1 - Swim_ BSA Test Record_Troop 914  
2 - Swim Test Unit Roster Records - 430-122.pdf 2 - Swim Test Unit Roster Records - 430-122  
2 - Swim Test Unit Roster Records - 430-122.pdf 2 - Swim Test Unit Roster Records - 430-122  
3 - Swim Check Form Pack.pdf 3 - Swim Check Form Pack  
3 - Swim Check Form Pack.pdf 3 - Swim Check Form Pack  
Application for Campership - Blank.pdf Application for Campership  
Authorization to Consent to Medical TreatmentReleaseForm.pdf Authorization to Consent to Medical TreatmentReleaseForm  
BSA Medical Part_AB.pdf BSA Medical Part A-B  
BSA Medical Part_C.pdf BSA Medical Part C  
BSA Medical Part_D.pdf BSA Medical Part D  
Code of Conduct and Participation Pack Troop Crew 914 - 2015.doc Code of Conduct  
Code of Conduct and Participation Pack Troop Crew 914 - 2017.doc Code of Conduct and Participation Pack Troop Crew 914 - 2017  
Medication Info RoutineDrugAdministrationRecordRevised2011.pdf Medical