The Program Assessment for Safety in Sport (PASS) helps schools and organization continually prioritize the health and safety of their athletes. Based on the National Athletic Trainers' Association's (NATA) Appropriate Medical Care Standards for Organizations Sponsoring Athletic Activity for the Secondary School Age Athlete (AMCS), PASS outlines a framework for a comprehensive and strategic approach in the provision of athletic health care. PASS allows schools and organizations to benchmark their success and opportunities against the twelve standards deemed as necessary in providing appropriate medical care for secondary school age athletes.
NATA Members may log in using their NATA.org credentials, and may create their school within the system if it is not yet listed in the school directory.
Non-members may create a local account on this site, and may then request full access to the PASS system via their user dashboard. Ideal for school athletic directors or team physicians.
If a school you are visiting is listed in the PASS school directory, you may request read only access to key documents, such as the emergency action plan, from the school's main page.
Take a look at the PASS standards to learn about sports safety guidelines that should be in place at your school.