Safe Sport is a priority with Mill Woods Soccer Association.
Mill Woods Soccer Association takes children’s health and safety very seriously should you have any concerns, you should contact our Executive Director immediately. If you think you have a reason to believe a child is being harmed in any way, please call 911 and report it, if you believe a child is being harmed by a member or one of our clubs, or during club activities, please report it by calling 911 or directly to the Executive Director, Angie Sych by email at email@example.com .
Anyone involved in sport should be able to thrive and perform at their best without fear of abuse, neglect, or other maltreatment. Creating safe sports environments that provide those conditions is a collective effort — one that requires proper training so people can recognize maltreatment and prevent or address it.
Alberta Soccer’s Safe Sport Information was designed to meet the needs of all levels of soccer in the province through guidance from nationally recognized experts.
SAFE SPORT RESOURCES & REPORTING
Canada Soccer Safe Sport Roster
Canada Soccer Guide to Safety
Commit to Kids – Keeping Kids Safe in Sport
Safe Sports Training
Coaching Association of Canada – Responsible Coaching Movement
The Rule of Two Infographic
The Rule of Two in a Virtual Environment Infographic
Safety Considerations When Working With Youth Athletes Online
Canada Soccer Concussion Policy
Volunteer Screening Minimum Standards
SPARCing Positive Youth Development through Sport