Volunteer On-Ice Helper Form 2019/20 (Thorold Amateur Athletic Association)

Print Volunteer On-Ice Helper Form 2019/20
Declaration
I (name stated below) will not hold Thorold Amateur Athletics Association , any of its Executive, Players, or Team Officials liable for any injury that may occur to me as a result of me participating on the Ice in a Thorold Amateur Athletic Association Event.
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  1. OMHA Manual of Operations – Policies & Procedures

    Mandatory equipment requirements for those individuals acting in the role of On-ice Volunteer, for example, individuals assisting with IP program implementation, on-ice (parent/family) helpers, demonstrators, speciality (i.e. goaltender) coaches, etc.

    OMHA Guidelines for equipment to be worn by individuals assisting as a volunteer in On-Ice activities are as follows:

    • A volunteer who meets the minimum age requirement for CHIP Certification (i.e. 14 years and above), would be eligible to wear the same equipment as an On-Ice Team Officials. (i.e. CSA Certified Helmet, skates, gloves etc.)

    • A volunteer below the minimum age requirement for CHIP Certification (i.e. below 14 years), would be required to wear full player equipment.
    Note:  On-Ice Volunteers must be at least 2 years older than the division age limit they are associated with.  (Minimum age, 9 yrs old)

On-Ice Volunteer Below 14 yrs of age
Volunteers under age of 14, Must wear full equipment and cannot be on the ice unless they are 9 yrs old and a full 2 divisions above the division they are Volunteering to Help On-Ice. CSA/HC Approved Equipment.
On-Ice Volunteer 14 yrs and Above age
Volunteers 14 yrs and older, Must wear Certified Hockey, Gloves, Helmet, Coaches Suit & Skates as per Hockey Canada Approved.
Criminal Declaration
I have no convictions under the Criminal Code of Canada up to and including the date of this declaration for which a pardon has not been issued or granted under the Criminal Records Act (Canada).
Declared Convictions
I have the following convictions for offences under the Criminal Code of Canada for which a pardon under the Criminal Records Act (Canada) has not been issued or granted
Human Validation
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