Risk & Safety
The Hockey Canada Safety Program is a development initiative of Hockey Canada and is a volunteer hockey program. The emphasis of this program is on injury prevention and safety through risk management and education.
Downloads and Forms
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.
Every team should have an Emergency Action Plan. Trainers are responsible to have a Emergency Action Plan for their team. Hockey Canada's provides some guidelines for an Emergency Action Plan.
Trainers should also review the Hockey Canada Safety Programs Topics available from the Hockey Canada web site.
- Taking Ownership of the Dressing Room
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. Select the ODMHA Injuries Procedures link on the left menu for full details.
Sport-related Concussions: Guidelines for Athletes (PDF 225K)
Sport-related Concussions: Guidelines for Parents (PDF 55K)