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USA Hockey Locker Room Supervision Policy
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Handling Concussions
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USA Hockey Locker Room Supervision Policy
Subject: USA Hockey Locker Room Supervision Policy
Date: Tue, 22 Jun 2010 10:09:53 -0600
From:
To:

 

TO:                  USA Hockey Member Associations

 

CC:                  Board of Directors, Affiliate Presidents, District Personnel              

 

FROM:            Dave Ogrean, Executive Director

                        Peter Lindberg, Vice President/Chairman, Legal Council

 

DATE:             June 22, 2010

 

 

USA Hockey has enjoyed another successful year, highlighted by continued growth at our entry-level age group, the further roll-out and embracing of the American Development Model, and unparalleled results in international competition.  Yet there is nothing more vital to the continued advancement of our sport that making it safe.

 

Attached for your review and implementation is a new policy on Locker Room Supervision that was passed overwhelmingly at our recent Board of Directors meeting.

 

Please forward this (or download and make copies) to everyone in your association who is in a leadership position or is responsible for the communication and implementation of policies and procedures.

 

A couple of notes on this policy... our youth players need to know that their hockey environment is safe. This policy ensures that a responsible adult is looking over their shoulders at all times. Of course, all locker room monitors should be gender correct and the co-ed locker room policy must be followed as described in the current USA Hockey Guide. Also, all monitors must be screened and otherwise meet all USA Hockey screening standards.

 

In the near future we will be sending you additional information about all USA Hockey Policies including Screening, Zero Tolerance and Gender Equity (co-ed locker room).

 

If you have any questions, please contact USA Hockey Member Services Department at or 1-800-566-3288, ext 123

 

 
 
Handling Concussions
To all:
Materials available about concussions from Dr. Gioia who has been doing research for many years in ways of evaluating and treating concussions.
 
The CDC (Center for Disease Control in Atlanta) is an agency that promotes the programs that Dr. Gioia was referring to.
You can get these programs by going to the CDC website and ordering them AT NO COST!
There are two basic programs.
 
You can also learn a lot about the psychometric programs for evaluating head trauma at
 
Contact me if you have any problems with these websites.
 
Dr. Alan Ashare
Chair, USA Hockey Safety and Protective Equipment Committee
 
Caritas St. Elizabeth's Medical Center
736 Cambridge Street
Boston, 02135-2997
617-789-2828
 
 

Documents


Adobe PDF file CORI Form *

Adobe PDF file Girls Rating Sheets 2012-2013 *

Adobe PDF file MA Hockey Playdown Sign In Sheet *

Microsoft Excel file Rating Sheets 2012-2013 *

Adobe PDF file Rating Sheets 2012-2013 (PDF) *

*Note some or all of the preceding documents can be downloaded and displayed and/or printed in Adobe's Acrobat format.  If you do not have Adobe's free Acrobat Reader software, download it now.