Wed 19 Dec 2018 14:22

RUGBYSAFE

What Is a RugbySafe?

RugbySafe is England Rugby’s overarching player safety and wellbeing programme to support clubs, schools, colleges, universities and participants at all levels of the game. It has five different strands all of which contribute and provide input to how the game should be played and managed to ensure that rugby is as safe as possible.

Values & Culture

Provides information on how the embedding of the core values and creating a positive culture is a fundamental element to making the game fun and safe.

Playing Environment

Provides information, guidance and resources for clubs, schools, colleges universities and other rugby activity organisers on what needs to be in place and how provision and other aspects should be managed to enable a fun and safe playing environment.

Education & Development

Provides information on the RFU’s training courses and other development opportunities for coaches, match officials, teachers and other volunteers that increase awareness of the game and key safety elements.

The Game

Provides information, guidance and resources on different playing opportunities, the laws and regulations of the game, and the role these playing in providing a fun and safe game for all.

Research

Provides information on the different research that the RFU is engaged with, key findings and how these findings are being used to inform in game.

RugbySafe Advice and Enquiries

The RugbySafe Essential Guides and FAQs offer general information to coaches, players and parents, providing information on a number of topics from playing with medical conditions to wearing protective equipment.
For any other information please ask DKRFC RugbySafe lead: Esther Coles: esther.coles@blueyonder.co.uk

Click on the link below to find out more about everything from Asthma to Shinguards!


Age Grade Rugby

The welfare of young players is paramount, whilst concussion is not always a “visible” injury it is important that we are cautious following a suspected concussion and that it is treated appropriately. As a child’s or adolescent’s brain is still developing there is particular concern that concussion can have more of an impact on the brain, and a second concussion occurring before recovery of the first can result in prolonged symptoms that can have a significant impact on the child.

Headcase Main Page                        Age Grade

Headcase Resources                        Parents


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