USASF Safety Guidelines were formerly publicly available, and were used, and sometimes modified, by companies and individuals who did not go through the training that would allow them to understand, interpret and implement the intent of each guideline. This kind of use, without education, puts athletes at risk.

Our cheer and dance Safety Guidelines, when applied in conjunction with USASF coach credentialing, educational resources, videos, training, and a USASF Certified Legality Official presence at USASF Sanctioned Events, establishes the comprehensive approach to athlete safety that is not only a USASF member priority, but also a member benefit.

At the request of our members, and to preserve the intent that USASF Safety Guidelines are to be implemented as one facet of the full scope of resources and education aimed at fostering athlete safety, the USASF has made the Safety Guidelines available as follows:

 

WHO

HOW

USASF Coach, Owner and Event Producer Members

Log in to your USASF member profile, and select the drop-down menu at the top right of your screen

Non-USASF Members, including Youth and Rec coaches, choreographers, etc.

Join the USASF as a Coach member. Contact a Regional Director for more information

USASF Committee/Board members

Complete this form

USASF Certified Legality Officials

Receive as part of certification.

Panel judges at USASF Sanctioned Events

Contact the event producer(s) you are working with this season.

Non-U.S. All Star companies, organizations and coaches

Contact the International All Star Federation (IASF)

Interested in more information about the USASF?

Please email