Hawaii's official youth lacrosse league, AYLA is a member of US Lacrosse with teams in age groups from kindergarten through high school. This is a volunteer run organization.


Kapiolani Park

Emergency Transportation Plan


Venue: Kapiolani Park

Sport:  Lacrosse


Emergency Personnel

Present:      Participating Head Coach

Assistant Coach

Parent Volunteer


Emergency Equipment

As deemed necessary by host Participating Head Coach Recommended Minimal Supplies

  1. Instant ice pack or ice

  2. Water (as available at park)

  3. First aid supplies

  4. AED (for high school practices and games and middle school games)



Personal cell phones.

The following individuals are designated to call 911 if deemed appropriate for the emergency situation.


  1. Participating Head Coach

  2. Assistant Coach


Information to provide EMS Personnel:

  • Name of caller, Kapiolani Park – Either Practice field or Rugby Field (see below for EMS Access instructions), number ofcaller

  • Number of victims, Condition ofvictim(s)

  • First aid treatment initiated

  • If EMS is called provide directions and access to scene:

  • Directions to Kapiolani Park
  • Either direct EMS to the Practice field on Paki Ave by the small parking lot across from the Paki Administrative Building


  • Direct EMS to the Rugby Field in the center of Kapiolani Park by the Goal Post
  • Access the field from the small parking lot on Paki Avenue across from the Paki Administrative Building (makai side of street).


Role of the First Responder (Head Coach)

  1. Control Scene (gain access to athlete)

  2. Initial Assessment (determine state of consciousness, breathing, and pulse)

  3. Detailed Assessment (determine extent of injury/illness)

  4. Call 911 or designate adult to call 911 and report back to Head Coach

  5. Initiate Immediate care of injured athlete


Role of Assistant Coach (back up: Parent Volunteer):

  1. Call 911 if directed by Head Coach.

  2. Designate individual to “flag down” EMS at small parking lot and direct to scene

  3. Scene control: limit scene to first aid providers and move bystanders away from area