Concussion safety is everyone’s business. Be you a member of the Highland Community Curling Club, the parent of someone under the age of 18, a participant who is playing at our Club, or a Club Official or Coach, each of us contributes to the well-being of ourselves and others. And this is particularly true when it comes to playing a sport on ice where there is chance of falling and hitting one’s head.
In the context of the new legislative requirements related to concussion safety, and existing guidelines and policies at the Curling Canada and Curl Ontario, the Highland Community Curling Club is taking action to improve concussion safety practices. The documents and links to other sources are meant to enhance concussion awareness and to promote safe practices and well-being.
Our Club's Concussion Codes of Conduct:
- HCCC Concussion Code of Conduct for all athletes (regardless of age) and for parents/guardians (for athletes under 18 years of age)
- HCCC Concussion Code of Conduct for Coaches and Club Officials
Our Club's Concussion Policy and Accident Reporting Form:
Acknowledgement Form: for any member/participant under 26 years of age
In order to register/participate with/in the Highland Community Curling Club, this signed form must be submitted to a Highland Community Curling Club director, or a league/program/event convenor.
Important links to other resources:
Curling Canada’s Concussion Guidelines and Return to Play Policy