Adult Supervision Requirements Part of UUA Youth Safety Guidelines In This Section UUA Staff Oversight and Adult Leadership Each event must have a UUA staff person responsible for the event. Event leaders must know which UUA staff members are on call for their event and have... Adult: Youth Ratios The only adults who meet the requirement for this ratio are those adults approved under this policy. See requirements for “Adult Staff and Volunteers... Guests If there are outside guests (such as a presenter) or someone in the building for another reason, adults must be alert to the interaction of the guests w... Partner Organization Staff Adult staff for host sites or partner organizations must be oriented to these Guidelines and the safety policies contained therein. They must commit to... Daytime Supervision Event leadership needs to see that event staff and/or volunteer adults are evenly spread through programming such that no programming or free time is... Offsite Supervision When programming includes trips out of the main event site, programs will follow the transportation policy outlined below and youth will be accompanied ... Housing and Nighttime Supervision All host sites must have insurance to cover liability as well as potential damages incurred to property and/or to persons. Individual’s homes or... Multigenerational Events with Youth-Focused Programming Parents/Guardians are primarily responsible for supervising youth. UUA Youth Safety Policies, including rules related to sexual behavior, supersede... PREVIOUS: Mandated Reporting to Law Enforcement UP: UUA Youth Safety Guidelines NEXT: UUA Staff Oversight and Adult Leadership Get a print-friendly version of UUA Youth Safety Guidelines, including all sub-pages.