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Health and Safety Training

SAFETY RESOURCES

For all queries relating to Safety, contact our National Safety Manager: 

Meredith Chapman [email protected]

 

CONCUSSION TRAINING AND RESOURCES

Managing and reporting concussion for our Equestrian Sport is mandatory from 1st January 2021.  

EA has developed a 'Concussion in Sport reporting Protocol’  and this describes the process for our Medical Service Providers (supporting organising committees and clubs) and EA Accredited Coaches to complete. This forms part of the EA Overarching National Event-Activity Medical & Reporting Protocol - see "Table 1" on the Risk Management page HERE.

 

Concussion Recognition Tool 5: CRT5

Headcheck Concussion App: Concussion App – HeadCheck

Incident Referral Report - Form 08

Athlete Concussion Advice - Form 09  Updated 18.11.20 

Athlete Post Concussion Email - Form 10  Updated 18.11.20 

 

Concussion training is commencing March/April 2021

Protocols for concussion in equestrian sport are a mandatory requirement, as advised by the Australian Institute of Sport.

Concussion education and training materials will be provided here to accompany the EA Concussion in Sport online training.

Find out how a concussion occurs, how to identify the symptoms and how to treat it in this video: Concussion in Sport Australia

 

SAFETY VIDEOS FOR EVENTING CROSS-COUNTRY PHASE MIM DEVICES

February 2018

Intro to MIM Clip MIM Clip to Gate and Wall
 MIM Clip to Poste & Rail and Oxer Fences  MIM Clip to Table Fences

 

Clean Sport & Anti-Doping

For rules, reluations and requirements regarding safe sport and anti-doping for both the human and equine athlete click HERE

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