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Field Inspections

Field Inspections

1.)   Each year FCSB designates a Saturday before the season starts as field cleanup day. 

2.)   Grounds Director inspects all fields before cleanup day and notes any problems to be addressed.

3.)   Before games umpires, managers and coaches will inspect the playing field to make sure that there are no dangerous materials on the ground or the fences, such as: sticks, rocks, glass, or holes.

4.)   If a hazard is found on one of the fields and cannot be taken care of immediately, it must be reported to the officer of the day.  The officer of the day will report the problem to the Grounds Director. 

5.)   After each game the managers will make sure that all waste is removed from the field and again inspect the entire playing field for dangerous materials on the ground or the fences, such as sticks, rocks, glass, or holes.

6.)   In addition, after each game the managers will also check the spectator areas for waste and potential dangerous materials left behind and remove them so that the next game starts in a clean and safe environment for the next group of spectators, players, and coaches.

7.)   On days when games are not scheduled the fields and plays area shall be inspected often for holes and other field damage so that they may be repaired before the next scheduled game or practice.

8.)   A form will be available in the concession stand to report any hazards to the safety Director and Grounds Director.

9.)   Before every FCSB games, the infield dirt is raked by the manager and coaches.

All of FCSB fenced fields have bright yellow Poly-Cap fence cap installed.  This fence cap needs checks before each game/practice is still in good condition and intact.
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