Risk, Safety, Discipline & Appeal
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||For any information on Risk, Safety, Discipline, Appeal and Privacy, please contact the APMHA Director of Discipline and Risk Managment:
► Hockey Canada Risk and Safety
► ODMHA Volunteer Screening Policy
► ODMHA Volunteer Screening Toolkit
► APMHA Complaint and Appeal Process
► LCMHL Suspension Report Process
► LCMHL Rules and Regulations
► APMHA and LCMHL Discipline Update - Fighting Majors
►APMHA Social Media Policy (2012)
The Hockey Canada Risk and Safety Program is a development initiative of Hockey Canada and is a volunteer saftey program. The Hockey Canada web site has a wealth of information on this subject and is a must have resource for all trainers and volunteers involved in hockey safety.
The Hockey Canada Safety Requires Teamwork Information Guide is an information guide to Hockey Canada's Risk Management and National Insurance Programs. The Hockey Canada Injury Report form is available in this guide for trainers.
►ODHA/ODMHA Mouthguard policy
►ODMHA Dressing Room Policy
►ODMHA Injury Procedures
The ODMHA has a procedure to be followed by Trainers when documenting an injury which requires the removal of a player from play.
Smart Hockey: More Safety, More Fun, a ThinkFirst Canada program, is filled with great safety tips and advice from NHL players like Mats Sundin and Martin Brodeur. Learn how to prevent concussions and spinal injuries.
► Guidelines for Athletes
► Guidelines for Parents