Government of Ontario Rowan's Law, News (Woolwich Wild - Elmira, St. Jacobs, Breslau Girls Hockey)

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Government of Ontario Rowan's Law
Submitted By Jacinta Faries on Wednesday, August 14, 2019
The OWHA supports the Government of Ontario in improving concussion safety to create a world class amateur sport system where athletes can participate safely.  Under Rowan's Law, OWHA participants, parents and guardians of athletes who are under 18 years of age, coaches, trainers, officials, bench staff and all named-insured individuals MUST review the OWHA Concussion Awareness Resource annually and make an annual commitment and acknowledgement at the time of registration with the OWHA.

Below are links to OWHA documents that provide more details regarding Rowan’s Law and the acknowledgement form that must be completed each season.

OWHA Rowan's Law Concussion Awareness Resource
OWHA Rowan's Law Code of Conduct

ALL PARTICIPANTS, including players, parents (if player is under 18), coaches, trainers, managers and off-ice helpers MUST review the OWHA Rowan's Law Concussion Awareness Resource and Code of Conduct.  Then they MUST complete the electronic Rowan's Law Acknowledgement Form:

Link to OWHA Rowan's Law Acknowledgement Form

We have complete Concussion information on our website including Removal from Play and Return to Play Protocols.  Please refer to our website for full information:  Woolwich Wild Concussion Management Program
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