Emergency Action Plans
All NGHA teams must have an Emergency Action Plan in place to deal with serious health emergencies that occur on the ice or in the arena. Trainers play a pivotal role in responding to emergencies, as they are almost always the first person to attend to an injured player or staff member. However, they need assistance in responding to an emergency quickly and safely. An Emergency Action Plan sets out the roles and responsibilities of specific members of the team staff and parent group who are designated assist the trainer in responding to an emergency.
The coach, manager and trainer are required to initiate a meeting at the beginning of the season to ensure they have the volunteers required for their Emergency Action Plan.
Key resources on EAPs are below :
|Hockey Canada Resources||View Website|
|EAP Organization Form||View PDF|
|Video on How To Develop An Action Plan||View Website|
The NGHA is looking for volunteers to help support the growth and operations of our Associations. We always have a need for dedicated volunteers who are able to donate their time and skills to help make our association the best in the region.