Monday, June 22, 2009
Check out the latest SIRC Newsletter on Weather!
The summer months are full of unpredictable weather conditions, with everything from lightning to extreme heat. Partner the extreme weather conditions with poor air quality and you are facing months of potentially dangerous situations not only for your health but in some cases your life. Taking the correct safety precautions including observing the 30-30 Rule, keeping hydrated and exercising at the right time of day, will allow you to stay active and safe all summer long!
Sport organizations/clubs are encouraged to read the article regarding Lightning and the Law: Lessons from a Soccer Game since it describes a situation last summer involving a coach, referee and U11 girls soccer team in Toronto. We are fortunate to have the legal counsel involved in the case share their story with us and highlight the lightning rule the Toronto Soccer Association has included to encourage the safety of its participants.
Posted by Kim Sparling at 9:22 AM
Tuesday, June 2, 2009
You can check out the SIRC Mobile Resource Centre at the Canadian Academy of Sport Medicine's (CASM) Sport Medicine Conference in Preparation for 2010 at the Westin Bayshore Hotel in Vancouver, Thursday June 4 and Friday June 5 in the Exhibitors Hall (booth 61).
Our Reference Librarian, Brandie Adams, will be on-hand to showcase the resources available at SIRC and to answer any questions you may have.
For more information on the conference or CASM, check out thier website at http://www.casm-acms.org/
Posted by SIRC at 9:25 AM