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Risk and Safety Management

An information guide to Hockey Canada’s Risk Management and National Insurance Programs & A Guide to Understanding Bullying, Harassment and Abuse For Parents and Guardians

Lacing Up

pdfLacing Up release letter

pdfHockey New Brunswick Social Media and Networking Policy

pdfParent Code of Conduct Policy

pdfParent Code of Conduct Policy - minor association steps

pdfConcussion Awareneness Card

Safety Requires Teamwork & Safety For All

Concussion Awareness – Hockey Canada continues to offer important information around the prevention and appropriate response to a player who may have suffered a concussion. To learn more visit the Hockey Canada concussion resource page at http://www.hockeycanada.ca/en-ca/Hockey-Programs/Safety/Concussions.aspx

Emergency Action Plan - It is very important for all your teams to implement an Emergency Action Plan (EAP) to ensure that they can properly respond to a player if they are injured. There have been revisions to this EAP that will be reflected in the Hockey Canada Safety Program in the next few weeks, and as well a new video is in the process of being created. An outline of the new information can be found at http://cdn.agilitycms.com/hockey-canada/Hockey-Programs/Safety/Safety-Program/Downloads/AED_one_pager_e.pdf

Volunteer Screening – The importance of a strong screening program continues to ensure that those involved with your programs meet your expectations as an organization. Information on screening and the steps that should be considered can be found at http://cdn.agilitycms.com/hockey-canada/Hockey-Programs/Safety/Speak-Out/Downloads/criminal_record_search_eng.pdf

Equipment Fitting – Proper fit, protective quality and maintenance of equipment is important in keeping young players safe. For important equipment tips refer to Safety Requires Teamwork accessible at http://cdn.agilitycms.com/hockey-canada/Hockey-Programs/Safety/Insurance/Downloads/safety_teamwork_e.pdf

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