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San Marcos Youth Soccer
P.O. Box 627 
San Marcos, CA 92079
Tel: 760-621-0454
Fax: 760-621-0462

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Director of Risk Management & Safety

The Director of Risk Management shall be responsible for insuring that all Members of the corporation (players, volunteers and parents) are participating in a program that is fundamentally respectful of their physical, mental and emotional needs. He shall insure that all volunteers associated with SMYS will be trained in the Cal South “KidSafe” program and that all volunteers are approved by Live Scan for the position for which they are volunteering. As part of this responsibility, he will be the primary contact with Cal South’s Risk Management program and he will work with other directors to insure that all recruited volunteers get the appropriate training and Live Scan.

The Director of Risk Management & Safety will register all coaches and administrators into CORIS and will provide monthly verbal reports to the Board on all relevant issues.

He shall insure that SMYS adheres to the SMYS policies and procedures, bylaws, designated manuals, and Cal South policies and procedures and bylaws.  He shall develop and communicate with the Field & Equipment Coordinator to inspect and report any areas of concern to insure field equipment complies with said policies and procedures.  He shall develop and communicate with the Director of Team Parents and Director of Coaching to help provide safety awareness to the team parents and coaches.  He shall be provided with  appropriate tools to maintain copies of said policies and procedures and produce updates as needed for the Board and SMYS members.  He will routinely research and review said policies and manuals to insure that SMYS is in compliance and provide a verbal report to the Board on a monthly basis.





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