First Aid

All teams and coaching groups are provided with a First Aid kit for the administration of first aid to injured players.  For more serious injuries, medical assistance should be sought and the STV Reception informed where the Duty personnel can allow ambulance access to the pitches. 

Coaches and key members of the club will be required to attend the relevant 1st Aid coures.

Players who have received head or neck injuries should not be left alone.

Defibrillators

There are 3 defibrillators in the sports training village locations as follows:

  • next to the athletic track in a box
  • in the Sports Training Village Reception
  • at the entrance to the Sports Cafe

Blunt Force Trauma and Concussion

If you or another player suffers a blunt force trauma, it is vital to seek immediate medical advice.  Particular care should be taken with blunt force trauma injuries (stick / ball) to the head and neck area and medical advice always sought.  For guidance and protocols on returning to playing sport after a concussion injury please click here.

Risk Assessments

Coaches should undertake risk assessments for their coaching sessions.  

Report an Injury

If you suffer an injury while playing for the Club, please report it via the link and use the password: h0ck3y.

Injury Report

For more comprehensive information please click here to access the Safe Hockey Page on the England Hockey website