Hlc mouthguard Policy
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HLC Mouthguard Policy
The disclaimer must clearly state
Sylvia F. Brett BA (Dunelm), MA (London)
College Visitor: The
Baroness Harris of Richmond
of mouthguards for Hockey
, Lacrosse (and other ‘contact sports’) is now mandatory for all pupils under the age of 18.
It is strongly recommended that mouthguards are custom-made from a dental impression of the teeth.
Teachers, coaches and referees are not qualified to assess
the quality of the mouthguard
, and will therefore only be able to ensure that
a mouthguard is being worn
, and not account for its condition. This remains the responsibility of the parent/guardian.
If a parent/guardian signs a written disclaimer stating that their child
can play without a mouthguard
, this can be accepted by the school/club, and the pupil may be excused from wearing a mouthguard.
The disclaimer must clearly state:
That the parent/guardian has been advised in writing that
a mouthguard should be worn
, along with reasons for this policy.
That the parent/guardian has read and understood the information about the purpose and value of wearing a mouthguard.
That the parent/guardian accepts full responsibility and liability in case of an accident where a mouthguard could have prevented or reduced any injury sustained.
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