Arena Emergency Plans - AA Provincials


EMERGENCY ACTION PLANS

We are a 911 community.  The closest hospital/emergency room is at Westview Health Centre, located in Stony Plain at 4405 Southpark Drive.  Phone # is (780) 968-3600.  Please also refer to this Emergency Action Plan.

 

Arena Locations:

  • TransAlta Tri Leisure Centre - 221 Jennifer Heil Way, Spruce Grove (780)960-5080
    • First Aid Kit located at Control /Registration table
    • AED (Automated External Defibrillator) locations: The TLC has 5 (five) AEDs available. On the lower level AEDs are located at the entrance to the gymnasium hallway, outside the Leisure Ice, and in the Pool office. The second floor AED is located across the hall from the elevator next to the blue door, and on the third floor the AED is located on the East wall of the running track
    • Ambulance to be directed to main doors of the facility and will be directed from there by staff
    • In the event that a building evacuation comes into effect, patrons are required to leave the building via the nearest safe exit, and gather at the single Muster Point south west of the TLC in the main parking lot, marked with a green fluorescent sign. Further instructions will be provided by the TLC Emergency Response Team
  • Stu Barnes/Grant Fuhr Arenas - 9 Agrena Rd, Spruce Grove (780) 919-7442
    • First Aid Kit located at Control /Registration table
    • AED (Automated External Defibrillator) location is in the main lobby of the arena.
    • Ambulance to be directed to West doors for Grant Fuhr and East doors for Stu Barnes
    • In the case of evacuation, please follow Spruce Grove Agrena Evacuation Procedure and staff instructions and vacate immediately using the closest exit
  • Calahoo Arena - 9 54500, Range Rd 275, Sturgeon County (780) 686-3587
    • First Aid Kit located in Penalty Box
    • AED (Automated External Defibrillator) location is in the main lobby of the arena.

 

In order to effectively respond to any emergencies, a plan must be prepared in advance and the responsibilities understood by all involved.

Ringette is a fast paced competitive sport and as such it is very physical for the players. In the unfortunate event of an emergency, or if an injury should occur, the following protocols will apply.

  • Each team will have a designated team staff member who is responsible for First Aid and Emergency Action for their players.
  • It is the responsibility of the Team Staff to maintain current emergency medical information for every player.
  • It is the responsibility of the Team Staff to ensure there is a charged cell phone on the bench in case of emergency.
  • The first line of response if a player is injured on the ice will be to have the designated team staff assess the player on the ice.
  • If the injury is deemed to be more serious than what can be handled by the designated team staff, then an ambulance will be called.
  • It is the responsibility of the Team Staff to ensure that Emergency Call information is present on the bench - Emergency Number 911 in Spruce Grove/Stony Plain/Calahoo, facility name and address (see above).
  • In the event that an ambulance is called, it is the responsibility of the Team Staff to ensure that someone is sent to the Main Information Desk at the arena where game is being held to inform the facility staff that an ambulance has been called, and to ensure that someone is sent to the facility entrances to direct the ambulance staff upon arrival.
  • In the event of an injury, it is the responsibility of the Team Staff from each participating team to maintain control of the players on their bench.
  • It is the responsibility of the Team Staff to contact the Provincial Tournament Director following the emergency incident to ensure that any necessary reports are completed. Provincial Tournament Director is Robin Pedlar (780) 893-8698. You can also contact Provincial Committee member Krista Wood (780) 257-7169 as an alternative.
  • Concussions of any degree are a serious concern and all injuries to the head will be treated according to the guidelines established by Ringette Alberta. Your athlete should be encouraged to report any concussion type symptoms to the coaches, especially if they come off the ice unassisted.

 

Please review the RESOURCES and links below:

 

 

CALAHOO ARENA

 

TRILEISURE CENTRE

  

STU BARNES/GRANT FUHR

 

 

 

 

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