USJF SafeSport

Dear All,

SafeSport training & certification through the U.S. Center for SafeSport (USCSS) is now available. A number of us have been able to successfully take and complete the training ourselves.

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Here are two pdf’s which detail the use of the SafeSport site

Please keep in mind that the new management and content delivery system is still undergoing some changes and modifications. So some things and their appearance may already be slightly different than depicted in these attachments.

If you run into issues, please be sure to get technical support by submitting your tech support/help ticket through the “Help Portal” tile on your dashboard.

Robert Fukuda

Albert M. Aoki

Albert M. Aoki, 89 years old, of Honolulu, Hawaii, passed away on April 21, 2021. Born in Hilo, Hawaii, to Tamotsu and Mitsuko Aoki. Albert AokiA Korean War veteran, Albert graduated from Iowa State University. Upon his return, he worked alongside his father Tamotsu and uncle Moto Aoki at American Savings Loan in Hilo. He ventured in Real-estate, and was a developer of Commercial & Agricultural properties and then became an International Business Consultant in Land development.

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Covid Guidelines (May 2021)

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COVID-19 Pandemic 2020-21

(Update May 1, 2021)

Updates added on May 1, 2021, are highlighted in YELLOW.

Thank you very much to Dr. Ricardo Joseph, Dr. Eric Chen, and Dr. Jeffrey Fujimoto of the USJF Medical Committee for their time and expertise in helping to put together this information along with recommendations for our community. This will be helpful for everyone as we all work through the trying & difficult times ahead.
See full text here.

President’s April Message

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“USJF Dojo: Re-start of Judo”

On Sunday, April 11, at 1:00pm – 2:30pm (Pacific), I will host “USJF Dojo: Re-start of Judo” zoom meeting. I will share the USJF strategic plan to help the dojo sensei’s re-start teaching Judo. The focus will be on providing resources and guidance to existing and new dojos in giving their members a positive experience during this re-start of Judo.

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