Health and Saftey Information

Health and Safety Information

Sudden Cardiac Arrest Information

On July 24, 2015, a State of Washington law regarding sudden cardiac arrest awareness went into effect. SB 5083 - referred to as the Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) Awareness Act - was passed by the Legislature and signed by the Governor with the intent of making youth athletes, their families, and coaches aware of sudden cardiac arrest. This Washington Youth Soccer page has additional information about the issue, requirements for compliance and links to resources:

WYS Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) Awareness Information

During registration players and parents were required to acknowledge receipt of the SCA information which satisfies their annual compliance requirement.

All coaches also need to view a 15 minute video which then provide a certificate to the club every three years. If you have not yet completed the training and short knowledge test, please follow the link provided below and then submit your certificate to vpteams@silverlakesoccerclub.com.

Coaches Certification Link

Sudden Cardiac Arrest Pamphlet

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Medical Release Form

Coaches are expected to have a signed medical release form for each player at all times including practices and games. This form is necessary if an emergency happens while players are in the coach's care. Hand out this form during the first practice and have players return it completed by the next practice. This form does not need to be notarized.

Please help us update our birth date verifications. SLSC is currently in the process of asking parents to verify birth dates if we do not have a current record--even if they have played previous seasons.

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Concussion Education Information

All Silver Lake Soccer Club Registered Volunteers and Participants are required to review the WYS Concussion Information during registration. This information is also available here for your reference.

Coach's Concussion Resource Information

WYS Soccer Concussion Education Website

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