The BSA tool-use guidelines document how old Scouts should be to use certain hand tools and power tools at service projects (including Eagle projects).
Effective Sept. 1, 2015, the use of 15-passenger vans manufactured before 2005 will no longer be allowed in connection with Scouting programs or activities.
What are the required BSA immunizations? Tetanus shots are a must for anyone attending programs or activities with an annual health and medical record.
With a blizzard on the way, check out five Boy Scout merit badge books to help you get through unscathed.
Digitizing medical records is a no-no, BSA says. Records are not to be digitized, scanned, sent by email or stored electronically by unit leaders.
Marching in a holiday parade with your Scouts this year? Keeping everyone safe should be tops on your wish list. Here are 16 holiday parade safety tips.
The Boy Scouts of America has added electronic cigarettes, or e-cigarettes, to the BSA tobacco-use policy, effective immediately.
Scouts and Scouters love great conversations, but those should be paused when behind the wheel. Use #X to put your handheld life on hold until you reach your destination.
Splitting firewood, clearing fallen trees, completing service projects — Scouts use axes in a variety of ways. But are there restrictions on ax size?
Health and Safety guru Richard Bourlon discusses the basic emergency preparedness kit and more readiness tips in the September 2014 edition of CubCast.