NVMHA Risk Manager
Each NVMHA team must roster
Certifications are required as follows:
Respect in Sport (RiS)
RIS is an on-line training course for coaches and sport leaders. It is designed as a tool to assist coaches in identifying and dealing with abuse, neglect, harassment and bullying in sport.
RIS must be completed by Dec 1
RIS expires every five years on August 1.
NEW for Team Officials who have completed RIS for activity leaders with other sport organizations you may be able to transfer the certification. To check please do the following:
Concussion Awareness Training Tool (CATT)
All coaches and team officials must complete the free Concussion Awareness Training Tool (CATT) course as part of their certification process. The course is free and takes 30 minutes to complete.
Coaches and Team Officials - this course is mandatory prior to season start.Once completed you will receive a confirmation and certificate.
Police Information Check (Criminal Records Check)
At NVMHA the Police Information Check is required every three seasons as at August 1.
If you completed a Police Information Check last season then the next two seasons you must complete the Voluntary Disclosure Form below and submit it to the Registrar - email@example.com
If you did not complete a Police Information Check last year then there are two options to complete it:
Complete the process entirely on-line. See the link on the right hand side bar
Take the NVMHA cover letter (see right hand side bar) and 2 pieces of photo identification to the local RCMP detachment located at 147 East 14th Street, North Vancouver. The application will be processed by the RCMP and returned to applicant. It is the applicant’s responsibility to forward the original processed application to the association Registrar. Failure to do so will be considered as incomplete and a suspension could be considered.
“All applications and information are held in the strictest confidence."
Teams must have one HCSP certified person on their roster. Certification must be completed by December 1.
The Hockey Canada Safety Program utilizes a proactive, preventative, common sense approach to keeping our children safe. The goal of the program is for the safety people to implement effective risk management programs with their own teams where player safety is the first priority at all times, both on and off the ice.
The safety person is a volunteer who has received HCSP accreditation (even if the individual is a medical professional). The program must only be successfully completed every three (3) years in order to be a team’s safety person.In addition the HCSP volunteer must complete CATT, Respect in Sport for activity leaders and a police information check.