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Safety is the key priority in any after-school program. This collection of resources offers information on key safety issues including allergies, brain injuries, keeping/storing health records and best practices in safe play. 

The SHAPE (Safe Healthy Active People Everywhere) Resource Manual to support the Active...
This information has been gathered from external sources to provide information to Ontarians about concussions. This includes information...
The BCRPA Recreation Program Standards offer parks and recreation departments a basic set of criteria to ensure that recreation and leisure...
The Canadian Cancer Society (Ontario Division), Evergreen and Ophea have collaborated to provide easy to...
The article looks at how recreation professionals must spend time focusing on worst-case scenarios as well as focus on the needs on the...
The US National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA), through its National Playground Safety Institute (NPSI) has identified 12 of the...
Participating in winter sports will help keep the whole family healthy, but injuries can spoil the fun. Here's how to keep kids safe during...
Rules and ideas for fun winter games and activities - some traditional, and some you'd never imagine in winter! Includes a calendar for...
Policy, Purpose, Scope, Responsiblity, Definitions, References and Related Policies and Procedures, Procedure.
The Safe Schools Act, 2000, puts into law various ways to increase safety, respect and responsibility in Ontario schools. This section...

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