Tag Archives: tour and activity plan

By Community Submission
Mar 02, 2017

Varsity Scout Leaders Day Book Day 18: Trip Safety & Insurance

TASK: Learn about the Tour and Activity Planning process and Insurance Be alert to safety issues when you participate in, travel, and execute Varsity Scouting and Teachers Quorum activities. What do you have in place that allows you to review and consider the safest approach to your activities? When should you and your committee prepare […]

By Boy Scouts of America
Mar 12, 2016

BSA SAFETY MOMENT: Tour and Activity Plan

SUMMARY When units and districts put on Scouting activities, they may need to prepare a tour and activity plan, which is a planning tool for having safe and fun adventures. It guides a tour leader through itineraries, travel arrangements, two-deep leadership, supervision qualifications, required training, and safe transportation. GENERAL INFORMATION The tour and activity plan is submitted online […]

By Darryl Alder
Apr 03, 2015

Tour Plans for Dummies (Chapter 2)

As I explained in Chapter 1, I’ve used the Dummies series to help me in all kinds of situations, so I’m trying it here for Scouters using Tour Plans. (Please, no disrespect meant from the title, this is just a primer for the neophyte.) When is a Tour Plan Required? First and foremost, the tour and activity plan lets […]

By Boy Scouts of America
Aug 05, 2014

General Health and Safety FAQs

Every Summer the phones at our Scout Service Centers with safety questions. The most common can be answered here: Annual Health and Medical Record, tour and activity plan, shooting sports program. But here are several others we often get: Age-Appropriate Guidelines Q. Can Scouts use zip lines? A. Zip-lining is considered age-appropriate for Venturing-age youth […]