Safety Activity Checkpoints
Girl Scouts of the USA has developed a training plan with activity-specific checkpoints. Volunteers should consult Safety Activity Checkpoints when planning outings and activities to ensure Girl Scouts' safety standards can be met. Access the information you need when you need it in our easily-searched document.
All of the checkpoints follow the same format.
- Where to Hold the Activity
- Including Girls with Disabilities
- Basic and Specialized Gear Needed
- Preparation for the Activity
- On the Day of the Activity
- Web Links for More Information
- Know-How for Girls
- Jargon Specific to the Activity
Know how many adults you need. Girl Scouts has established
adult-to-girl ratios, a chart that shows the minimum number of
adults needed to supervise a specific number of girls.
Safety is our priority with each and every one of our shining stars—both girls and adults. To help you, we’ve put together a list of safety standards for any activity you could possible imagine doing with your girls. Follow the guide below and get lost in the endless possibilities of fun, exploration, and adventure—all while staying safe!