Risk Management


Bauer Goalie titanium Mask Recalled

Bauer Goalie masks and replacement wire cages have been recalled. The metal wires on the cages can break, posing a facial impact or laceration hazard. Consumers should immediately stop using goalie masks and replacement wires and contact Bauer Hockey for a free replacement wire cage and complimentary throat protector. Contact Bauer Hockey toll-free at (844) 448-4246 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. ET Monday through Friday or online at www.bauer.com and click on “Titanium Cage Recall” for more information. 

CBC Report 11.06.2015
http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/newfoundland-labrador/defective-goalie-mask-injury-threatens-bay-roberts-teen-s-eyesight-1.3107284


Latest Research on Hockey Helmet Protection

Paying more does not offer more protection!

Warrior 360

http://www.beam.vt.edu/helmet/helmets_hockey.php

Listen to the CBC Daybreak South Interview on this topic

http://www.cbc.ca/player/AudioMobile/Daybreak%2BSouth/ID/2661719965/

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CONCUSSION - BRAIN INJURY 

INFORMATION

FOR THE LATEST INFORMATION AND EDUCATION ON SPORTS RELATED CONCUSSION-BRAIN INJURY

PLEASE VISIT PARACHUTE CANADA

http://www.parachutecanada.org/injury-topics/topic/C9


Hockey Canada Concussion App can be download from

http://www.hockeycanada.ca/en-ca/Hockey-Programs/Safety/Concussions/Get-the-App

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If any registered member of GVMHA (Player, Coach, Referee etc.)
sustains an injury while participating with a BC Hockey sanctioned
event, they must fill out the following and submit to the GVMHA office within 90 days.

HOCKEY CANADA INJURY REPORT

Injury Report Procedures and Information

 


Sanctioned events include:

 All games (League, Exhibition, Tournament)

Special Events Sanction Process

 

Special Events are events that fall outside of regular hockey programming. For each of these events, teams must ensure that a Special Event Sanction Request form is submitted to the BC Hockey office at least 7 to 10 days prior to the start of the event in order for the request to have Hockey Canada Insurance coverage extended to the event.

If you are using a private or entrepreneurial instructor that is not registered as a member of the team (such as dry land training, goaltender coaching or specialized skating training) the instructor must be registered as a BC Hockey Associate Member. You may contact your local registrar to find out whether or not the instructor is a BC Hockey Associate Member. If the instructor is not already a member, he or she should complete the Associate Membership Application form located on the applications page of the BC Hockey website:
https://www.bchockey.net/AdminAppForms/Associate%20Membership%20Application.pdf.

Please note that Associate Members also need to complete Respect in Sport and Criminal Record Checks for BC Hockey. Private Instructors will not be approved for participation until all requirements are met.

Please remember that not all activities are eligible for sanctioning. Please visit the Special Events page of the BC Hockey website at www.bchockey.net/RiskManagement/SpecialEvents.aspx for additional information regarding Special Event Sanctioning.

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