USA Hockey SafeSport Program – New Jersey Freeze Locker Room Policy
“Nothing is more important than the safety of our New Jersey Freeze players, both on and off the ice. Toward that goal, New Jersey Freeze maintains a Locker Room Policy that focuses on the safety of players before and after any on-ice event” – Stephen Zaklukiewicz Esq. (New Jersey Freeze SafeSport Coordinator)
Message from USA Hockey – Sent 8/1/2017
Dear USA Hockey Member,
As you know, the USA Hockey SafeSport Program includes required training for all USA Hockey coaches, officials, managers and volunteers with regular, routine or frequent access to or supervision over youth participants. As in previous seasons, these individuals will be required to have completed the training prior to that person’s participation (on ice or off ice) in a USA Hockey program.
In prior years, the SafeSport Training has been offered through the US Olympic Committee training platform. With the opening of the U.S. Center for SafeSport (the “Center”), the SafeSport training will soon move to a new platform operated by the Center, and this email is to let you know about the transition and how it will affect both first-time users as well as existing USA Hockey members.
We hope you understand the importance of the training and to helping you be aware of how to maximize our participants’ safety.
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