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Principles of Safety. International Ice Hockey Federation Learn To Play Program Sheffield, England October 17, 2004. Principals of Safety. Injury prevention Proper fitting of equipment Warm-up On-ice safety. Injury Prevention.

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principles of safety

Principles of Safety

International Ice Hockey Federation

Learn To Play Program

Sheffield, England

October 17, 2004

principals of safety
Principals of Safety
  • Injury prevention
  • Proper fitting of equipment
  • Warm-up
  • On-ice safety

IIHF Learn To Play Program

injury prevention
Injury Prevention
  • Most injuries in the LTP will be caused by lack of skill and will be minor in nature
  • As a leader, you should strive to minimize the chance of injury occurring…particularly injuries caused by faulty equipment or unsafe facilities
  • If we understand the causes of injuries, we can think of ways to prevent them

IIHF Learn To Play Program

injury prevention1
Injury Prevention
  • Leaders should have a basic knowledge of First Aid
  • Get information on health status of your players
  • Check out facilities & equipment
  • Don’t force injured players back too soon
  • Be familiar with emergency procedures in the arena, the location of the 1st aid kit and telephone
  • Take care of minor injuries quickly so they don’t become major ones
  • Check the players equipment to make sure it fits

IIHF Learn To Play Program

protective equipment
Protective Equipment
  • Athletic supporter and cup
  • Garter belt (or equivalent)
  • Shin pads
  • Pants
  • Shoulder pads
  • Elbow pads
  • Helmet - approved

IIHF Learn To Play Program

equipment cont
Equipment (cont)
  • Face mask – approved – wire or clear plastic
  • Gloves
  • Skates
  • Junior sized stick

IIHF Learn To Play Program

warm up
Warm-up
  • Play a game
  • Get the body temperature up
  • Get the heart pumping
  • Get the blood flowing

IIHF Learn To Play Program

on ice safety
On-Ice Safety
  • Make sure all doors are closed
  • Remove any foreign objects from the ice
  • Teach players how to fall
  • Ensure proper fitting equipment is worn
  • Instructor should wear a helmet
  • Don’t permit ‘horse play’
  • Ensure shooting drills are conducted in a safe manner

IIHF Learn To Play Program

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