Policy & process

SAMHA

CODE OF CONDUCT

Parent Code of Conduct

Parent Code of Conduct

Player Code of Conduct

 

Coach Code of Conduct

SOCIAL MEDIA POLICY

Social Media Policy

AFFILIATION POLICY AND PROCESS
EVALUATION POLICY AND PROCESS

Evaluation Process and Policy - NEW

COACH SELECTION POLICY AND PROCESS

Coach Selection Policy and Process

SAFETY & RISK MANAGEMENT

Safety & Risk Management

CONDUCT MANAGEMENT - BULLYING, HARASSMENT AND MALTREATMENT

Conduct Management Policy and Procedure Harassment, Bullying and Maltreatment

PLAYER SELECTION AND EVALUATION HANDBOOK

Player Selection and Evaluation Handbook

PRIVACY POLICY

Privacy Policy

 

OPERATING POLICY: SECTION 1

Section 1

OPERATING POLICY: SECTION 2

SAMHA Operating Policy

HOCKEY OPERATIONS: SECTION 3

Hockey Operations

BOARD MEMBER AGREEMENT

Board Member Agreement

COMMITTEES OF THE BOARD

Nominations Committee

Nominations Committee

Raiders Hockey Committee

 

 

 

 

 

Female Hockey Committee

MAJOR INCIDENT REPORTING FORM
The Maltreatment, Bullying and Harassment   Allegation Intake Form is intended to bring forward any allegations of Maltreatment, bullying or harassment specifically of discrimination, including verbal taunts, insults or intimidation based on discriminatory grounds (race, national or ethnic origin, colour, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, family status, genetic characteristics, disability or language).

REPORTING FORM

Major infractions

These are infractions under the SAMHA Code of Conduct which are more severe and may warrant disciplinary action. These infractions and/or complaints are generally dealt with by the HOCVP, ADMIN VP and the Discipline Committee.

Examples of situations involving Major Infractions could include:

  1. a) repeated incidents of disrespectful, offensive, abusive, racist or sexist comments or behaviour directed towards others, including but not limited to peers, opponents, players, parents, coaches, officials, managers, trainers, administrators, spectators and sponsors;
  2. b) repeated unsportsmanlike conduct such as angry outbursts or arguing;
  3. c) activities or behaviour which interferes with the organization of a competition or with any player's or team's preparation for a competition;
  4. d) pranks, jokes or other activities which endanger the safety of others;
  5. e) deliberate disregard for the rules and regulations under which SAMHA events are conducted;
  6. f) abusive use of alcohol, where abuse means a level of consumption which impairs the individual's ability to speak, walk or drive; causes the individual to behave in a disruptive manner; or interferes with the individual's ability to perform effectively and safely;
  7. g) any use of alcohol by minors;
  8. h) use of illicit drugs and narcotics;
  9. i) use of, or condoning the use of, banned performance-enhancing drugs or methods;
  10. j) any Harassment, Abuse or Bullying complaint;
  11. k) lack of reporting, activity or action of a association member;
  12. l) any other complaint or infraction which is considered serious

Reporting Process

When an issue occurs, and a party has a resulting complaint to make or an issue to be resolved, they are asked to wait 24 hours, then put the issue in writing and submit it to SAMHA. The goal is to bring about change in negative attitudes and behaviours; all issues will be dealt with in the spirit of shared mutual respect.

  • Complaints will be handled in a timely, sensitive, responsible and confidential manner.
  • There will be no tolerance of reprisals against any party to a complaint.
  • The names of the parties and the circumstances of the complaint will be kept confidential to the public or unrelated parties, except where disclosure is necessary for the purpose of investigation or taking disciplinary measures.
  • SAMHA will accept anonymous complaints; however this can limit the scope of the investigation 

SAMHA utilizes the standards outlined in Hockey Alberta’s Guide to Conduct Management. The standards are based on the principles of independent investigation and due process.

MINOR INCIDENT REPORTING FORM

Minor infractions

These infractions under the SAMHA Code of Conduct are less serious than Major Infractions. These infractions and/or complaints will in most cases be dealt with by the Division Director, Head Coach and Parent Liaison, after which they may be appealed to the SAMHA Discipline Committee. These infractions may also warrant immediate corrective action.

Examples of situations involving Minor Infractions could include:

  1. a) a single incident of disrespectful, offensive, abusive, racist or sexist comments or behaviour directed towards others, including but not limited to peers, opponents, players, parents, coaches, officials, managers, trainers, administrators, spectators and sponsors;
  2. b) unsportsmanlike conduct such as angry outbursts or arguing;
  3. c) non-compliance with the rules and regulations under which SAMHA events are carried out;
  4. e) any complaint or infraction considered minor in nature.

REPORT FORM 

Reporting Process

When an issue occurs, and a party has a resulting complaint to make or an issue to be resolved, they are asked to wait 24 hours, then put the issue in writing and submit it to SAMHA. The goal is to bring about change in negative attitudes and behaviours; all issues will be dealt with in the spirit of shared mutual respect.

  • Complaints will be handled in a timely, sensitive, responsible and confidential manner.
  • There will be no tolerance of reprisals against any party to a complaint.
  • The names of the parties and the circumstances of the complaint will be kept confidential to the public or unrelated parties, except where disclosure is necessary for the purpose of investigation or taking disciplinary measures.
  • SAMHA will accept anonymous complaints. this may limit the scope of the investigation 
  • Minor incidents may be dealt with informally, taking a constructive, collaborative approach with all parties involved.

SAMHA utilizes the standards outlined in Hockey Alberta’s Guide to Conduct Management. The standards are based on the principles of independent investigation and due process.

Raiders hockey club

CODE OF CONDUCT

Parent Code of Conduct

Parent Code of Conduct

Player Code of Conduct

 

Coach Code of Conduct

SOCIAL MEDIA POLICY

Social Media Policy

PRIVACY POLICY

Privacy Policy