SAFETY & RISK MANAGEMENT
What is required for Team Safety Person this year?
New course – Return to play – free https://ehockey.hockeycanada.ca/ehockey/ClinicDetail.aspx?cid=131168
Concussion Training – free – does not expire https://cattonline.com/coach/
Respect in Sport – expires every 4 years https://bch.respectgroupinc.com/
Hockey Canada Safety Person(HCSP) – https://ehockey.hockeycanada.ca/ehockey/ClinicDetail.aspx?cid=130815
Criminal record Check – yearly https://hockeynanaimo.com/coaches-managers/criminal-record-check/
Please send your receipts into NMHA and we will reimburse.
- Concussion Action Plan
- Concussion Athlete and Return to Play
- Concussion Guidelines for Athlete
- Concussion Guidelines for Coach
- Concussion Guidelines for Parents
- Concussion 101
- Smart Hockey Concussion Kit
BC Hockey – Risk Management – Injury Claims
Parents – the Hockey Canada Injury Report form must be filled in to completion and sent by yourself to BC Hockey (6671 Oldfield Rd, Saanichton, BC V8M 2A1) within 90 days of injury, with a copy given to your team manager or safety person, AND the Nanaimo MHA office.
This form will go BC Hockey and an insurance claim will be set up for any expenses that may come out of your player’s injury. If you do not have extended medical, you submit all receipts (prescription, ambulance, physio, casts, etc.) to BC Hockey and they will reimburse you. You can submit your receipts at any time within 2 years of injury, have your players name, date of birth and association listed with the receipts when sending them in.
If your player has not been able to attend practices and/or games for any injury the Return to play form form must be completed and given to your team manager or safety person to allow your player back to play.
Keep all copies of forms and receipts for your own records!