All travel permit requests need a minimum of 5 days notice before travel. If the request is less than 5 days notice there is NO guarantee that you will receive the permit 24 hours before your team travels.
When traveling ensure you have your permit on hand and that it is written on any game sheets.
Click on the link below for the type of permit you require, travel or exhibition game, fill out the form and submit.
Your completed form will be sent to the Risk Management Coordinator who will submit your permit request on your behalf. ALL APPROVED permits will be emailed to the Risk Management Coordinator to be forwarded to the contact given on the request form submitted.
Please note that ALL game sheets need to be submitted using Electronic Game Sheets. A link is supplied with your permit additional instructions can be found by clicking the link below.
All hosts of Exhibition and Tournaments MUST use e-gamesheet to enter the stats from the gamesheets and upload the gamesheets and ref reports (pictures) - suspensions will be issued from the info received through e-gamesheet. The ref report will have to be typed in word for word as well as uploaded.
When entering tournament games - enter the games as they happen and save, but DO NOT hit SUBMIT until the end of the tournament. This is VERY important because it is difficult to re-open the permit. Hitting submit closes the permit.
If you have any further questions you can contact the Risk Management Coordinator:
Rick Lemay, Risk Management
Criminal Record Checks are required every 2 years.
Please fill out your letter for your Criminal Record Check (CRC) and have it processed at the RCMP Office
The CRC will be processed and then given back while you wait at the RCMP office. You will need two pieces of ID, one must be photo ID.
Please have all forms back to the Risk Management director by November 15th. Please have your team manager collect all of the forms for your team and have them submitted as a team package. Drop off dates will be arranged once the season begins and team staff are in place.
Health and Safety
All players shall purchase and use their own personal water bottle. Water bottle are not to be shared.
No players shall be on the ice without complete and approved equipment for any on ice function. All equipment must be CSA approved.
Goaltenders of all ages must wear a complete set of equipment at all times.
Hygiene and dressing room safety will be promoted in accordance with the Hockey Trainers Safety Program.
All injured players or coaches requiring medical attention shall complete an injury report form and not be permitted to resume play without written approval of a qualified physician for joint, bones, neck, facial, back and head injuries otherwise written parental approval is required.
All player or coach injuries require an injury report form filled out and returned to Risk Management at email@example.com
On December 11, 2008 the info bulletin, 08/27 - Mandatory Helmets on Coaches was issued to all members of Hockey Alberta. It stated:
Effective November 6, 2008 it is mandatory that any coach, trainer, assistant coach, guest coach or volunteer who is on the ice or floor (inline hockey) at practice or a similar function must wear a CSA approved helmet with the chin strap of the helmet securely fastened. Beginning January 1, 2009 failure to comply with this policy will result in the following discipline for all Divisions of hockey: