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First Aid Procedures and concussion advice

 

Not every injury can be prevented especially in a contact sport such as rugby, so it is essential that in the event of an injury, adequate first aid procedures/ first aiders are in place.

 

The safety of all players is of paramount importance and your club should ensure that, whenever a game or training occurs appropriate first aid cover and equipment will be provided.

 

There should always be access to a telephone in a clubhouse so emergency assistance can be summoned immediately.

 

Every club must have a First Aid and Emergencies Policy which outlines what to do in the event of injuries/accidents, who the first aider for each age group/event is, instructions if the club has a defibrillator, plus CLEAR concussion guidance (available from the RFU website).

 

There should also be clear procedures for return to play after injury which ALL coaches and coaching assistants should be aware of.

 

All injuries should be recorded by the age group first aider and serious injuries requiring medical attention/follow-up must be reported to the Club Safeguarding officer.

 

Link to RFU First Aid advice:

 

http://www.englandrugby.com/governance/game-support/medical-and-first-aid/

 

Link to RFU injury report form:

 

http://www.englandrugby.com/governance/game-support/medical-and-first-aid/injury-reporting/

Link to RFU Concussion advice:

 

http://www.englandrugby.com/news/headcase-resources/

 

 

Link to Hampshire RFU Concussion advice (HEADCASE):

 

http://www.hampshirerugby.co.uk/media/PDFLibrary/Forms-Minutes/Headcase - V8.pdf

 

 

 

Hampshire RFU Concussion Process Flowcharts

 

Youth Concussion Flowchart

 

Adult Concussion Flowchart

 

Hampshire Concussion Advice

 

Hampshire RFU Club concussion reporting forms

 

(in word format for ease of use - downloadable)

 

Youth Concussion CLUB / School reporting form 2017-18 

 

Adult Concussion CLUB / University reporting form 2017-18

 

Once completed please email them to:

 

Julie Greenslade (Admin Officer) - hampshirerugby@yahoo.co.uk

and

Michele Amos (Safeguarding Manager) - safeguarding@hampshirerugby.com

 

 

 

Hampshire GRTP form 2017-18  - for use in clubs and schools for U19s

Adult GRTP form 2017-18 - for use in clubs and universities for Over 19s.

 

Serious Injuries

 

If a player has a serious injury (including a concussion) that facilitates an ovenight stay in hospital, it will need to be reported.

 

You will find an editable version of the RFU injury reporting form at:
 
 
Please send to sportsinjuriesadmin@therfu.com and copy in 
 

Julie Greenslade (Admin Officer) - hampshirerugby@yahoo.co.uk

and

Michele Amos (Safeguarding Manager) - safeguarding@hampshirerugby.com

 

 

 

 

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