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Risk Management/ Insurance & First Aid

First Aid Training: - Defibrillator (For: All)

Ref: Defibrillator Training; Well done to all who attended. Congratulations and well done Helen for organising this training.

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First Aid Course - Level 1 (For: Our New first aid officers)

Ref: Congratulations to all our new first aid officers who obtained their Level 1 First Aid Certificate. Congratulations and well done Helen for organising this training

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First Aid Refresher Course (For: Our Existing first aid officers)

Ref: All our existing First Aid Officers undergo a refresher course. Thank you to George Agapitos for his continous and amazing support over the years. Congratulations and well done Helen for organising this training

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First Aid Strapping Course (For: All)

Ref: First Aid Strapping Course;  Thank you to Helen for arranging a physio to come and show us how to strap properly; Thank you to all our volunteers who attended; its great to see your involvement and support; we are very proud of all our First Aid Officers and support staff.

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Latest New/ Things to do!

Risk Management/Insurance &

First Aid Officer – Helen Kraloglou (Task Leader)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TSS - First Aid Officer

 

OCJFC Team Support System (TSS)

The "Team" behind the "Team"

First Aid Officer:

Must Obtain the "Working with children" check ID card

 

Prep Work:

First Aid refresher course (Existing People)

First Aid - Level 1 Course (New People)

Received First Aid bag/supplies

 

All the medical forms have been submitted to your teams First Aid officer

 

Make sure the first aid stretcher is on the field and in place.

 

Make sure the main gate is open so the ambulance vehicle can easily get in.

 

Make sure that the first aid room is open at "Home" games

 

Make sure there are no strange objects on the ground, so walk the ground before you start the game.

Know your exit points in case of fire:-

  • Assemble at the car park if a fire is has started at the scouts end or if the trees get on fire at the railway end.
  • Assemble at the scouts end if a fire has started at the junior/senior pavilion end.

Always be alert. Do not let the score on the board or how important the match is to win CLOUD or COMPROMISE the safety of our children.

 

Avoid: Leaving your First Aid bag at home or in the car

Avoid: Forgetting to update supplies

 

 

Form: Medical Form

For any issues relating to a childs medical records please call our Risk Management & First Aid Officer (Helen Kraloglou ==> 0409 530 383

Please download Medical form by clicking on ==> Download Form

A Message from our Chief Junior Officer

Ref: First Aid in Football - Risk Management & Insurance Department (Dept Leader: Helen Kraloglou)

Please review the attachment ( Click here for attachment.)

Hi Team,

A great day for our club. A moment to cherish. This is hard work over time.  We have achieved and made an amazing impact in First Aid in Football at club level.

The work that has been done so far at our club has reached heights that you cannot have imaged.   

You are all part of this success.

We want you to celebrate with us together this moment.  

Safety first before winning. Always check the safety of the child first. I prefer to lose a championship or a game than to see one child get injured.  I have seen teams win 5-0, think they are the greatest team of all time yet when one of their players get injured they don't have a first aid bag, or sponge, or a little bit of water to assist..

This article/case makes me proud to be at Oakleigh. We have set a high standard in safety.  Stay focused. 

Regards,

John Kostopoulos
Oakleigh Cannons Juniors FC
John Kostopoulos - Chief Junior Officer

Team Support System Workshop #1

 

Section one - The Scenario 

(A HOME Game)

 

Scenario - From the First Aider

 

  • The ground has nets mounted, corner flags in place & the ground lines are done. (There is no issue with the ground)
  • The canteen is closed.
  • The dressing rooms are locked. There is no one there to get keys from.
  • The referee has not arrived. Kick off time is near.
  • There are no junior committee or senior committee staff available on site or contactable.

First aider is there to keep Players safe.

 

Check that you have everything in place:-

 

  • Grounds may have nets, corner flags and lines in place but always take a walk and check grounds for any objects that maybe harmful to players and prevent injuries before they occur. Clear any objects found and fill in pot holes if any. Take initiative of the situation at hand.
  • First aid Bag with you and well stocked.
  • Mobile phone in case you need to call ambulance and know your nearest corner just in case you need to give instructions. Make sure there is ambulance access as well.
  • Ice packs – always needed on hand.
  • No stretcher as dressing rooms locked.
  • If there is any injuries and a player cannot be moved and needs to be kept warm use jackets, take off your jacket etc while waiting for ambulance there is always a way to cope in any situation,
  • Be Smart and take charge that is all we ask.

 

You are now ready to enjoy a safe game of soccer.

 

 

Reminder to parents!

As a Ruling from the FFV parents not to run on field when there is an injury let first aider to do their job.

 

Scenario

From the First Aider point of view

 

  • The ground has nets mounted, corner flags in place & the ground lines are done. (There is no issue with the ground)
  • The canteen is closed.
  • The dressing rooms are locked. There is no one there to get keys from.
  • The referee has not arrived. Kick off time is near.
  • There are no junior committee or senior committee staff available on site or contactable.

First aider is there to keep Players safe.

Check that you have everything in place:-

 

 

 

Open Discussions

Section two:-

TSS – The First Aider

10 Commandments/Check list

 

 

1. Basic First aid Training – In case of injuries…… First aider makes the decision when it comes to the well-being of players its their call, do not move or do not put back on field.

Golden Rules “To Do No Harm” and “Promote Recovery”

 

2. First aid Bag kept with you at training and matches. It is First Aider’s responsibility to make sure first aid bag is stocked adequately.

 

3. Medical forms of each player in bag know be aware of players medical conditions if any e.g. Asthma, records all kept confidential

 

4. Stretcher must be accessible at all times all individuals must be aware of its location. Know how to use it properly.

 

5. Ice packs – peas from freezer in first aid room for home matches and training and instant ice packs for away games. Always be prepared.

 

6. Keep Injury records for all injuries no matter how small, you may need to come back to it at some stage.  

 

7. Coach/Assistant Coach must be aware of any illnesses of players. All kept confidential. Quick check if all players are wearing shins and no jewellery. All Coaches must recognise the first aider opinion this is paramount in player welfare.

8. Emergency assembly area in case of fire. Know the siren sound. Be aware of evacuation plan and assembly points

 

9. Blood rule – Player must come off field, first aider always wear gloves, clean player up properly clothes as well or have spare jumper before he/she can be put back on field. Remember Safety first before winning.

 

10. Ambulance - Be aware of where you are going for Away Games always know the nearest corner/ street name just in case you have to give directions to ambulance. Home Games access for ambulance to enter grounds must be accessible.

 


FIRE PROCEDURE

In case there is a fire in Senior/Junior Pavilion please do the following.

 

When the Fire Siren sounds all Players stop what you are doing and go to your coaches for instruction.

 

Coaches make sure all your players are accounted for and proceed to walk to our ASSEMBLY AREA which is just in front of Scout Hall where the outside main ground is. If you are training on Main Ground turn and walk through coach’s boxes and walk along fence closest to railway line to our Assembly Area (the Scout Hall). If you are training on the outside grounds walk away from the Car park to the Scout Hall.

 

All parents must proceed to Assembly Area as well

 

DO NOT RUN AROUND LOOKING FOR YOUR CHILD WE DO NOT WANT TO CREATE A PANIC.

 

Canteen Staff are to tell everyone to get out of canteen area, check toilets and dressing rooms

close all doors and proceed to Assembly Area.

 

Junior Committee make sure no one is in junior and grand stand toilets or first aid room and keep everyone calm close all office doors.

 

Helen (mob.0409530383)                     Risk Management/Insurance