Hockey Canada Safety Programs

Hockey Canada runs and promotes numerous programs designed to ensure the game of hockey is safe, fun and inclusive. Programs include safety practices for on-ice play, dressing room, parents, coaches and support staff.

Hockey Canada works to integrate safety messaging in safety steps into all of its programming and every day business. The framework for a safe environment is made up of a few essential steps that can be taken on and off the ice.
Hockey Canada is determined to reduce concussions in Hockey. RESPECT, rules, rule enforcement, education, awareness and skill development are all key steps to reducing concussions. Players and adults involved in the game all have a role.
The Respect in Sport activity leader program is Hockey Canada’s official online course for the prevention of abuse, bullying and harassment.
A player is injured – what is your role?
It is always concerning to see a player go down on the ice injured, however if we all know our responsibility when this happens it allows for quick organized response to these situations.
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