To all parents and carers,
Please note that as of Monday the 21st March 2016, the following procedures must be adhered to from a safety perspective. The CPFC Committee would like to ensure the health, safety and well being of all our players and families during our training sessions.
The following changes are now being made during ALL training sessions:
1. Only players, coaches and managers are allowed onto the training fields.
2. Parents, Carers and other family members are now being asked to only occupy the hill area, the gazebos and park benches located closest to Parkside Drive.
The area around the clubhouse and surrounding canal areas are to be kept clear at all times.
This is a mandatory requirement for the safety and well being of all parties involved, as well as to maintain the longevity of CPFC property and equipment.
3. Parents, coaches and managers are to ask anyone jumping on the new red fold out goals to please remain off them. We have only been using them for 3 weeks, and already there are 2 goals whose nets have been stretched out and damaged.
4. CPFC goals next to the clubhouse and on the far side of Charles Pirie are not for swinging, hanging, climbing or to be used at any time other than for training purposes by the appropriate coaches and managers.
Please see extract from NSW Football- Safety Policy regarding Goals – further information can be found http://www.footballnsw.com.au/
“WARNING — ALWAYS ANCHOR GOAL — NEVER CLIMB OR HANG ON CROSSBAR.
Unanchored goals can tip over causing serious injury or death.”
– 7 deaths related to moveable soccer goals have occurred in Australia since 1986
– At least 35 deaths related to moveable soccer goals have occurred since 1979 in the United States as a result of blunt force trauma to the head, neck, chest, and limbs
– 49 injuries related to moveable soccer goals were sustained from 1979 to 2003 in the United States as a result of blunt force trauma to the head, neck, chest, and limbs
– around 120 injuries related to moveable soccer goals were treated annually from 1989 to 1993 in the United States as a result of blunt force trauma to the head, neck, chest, and limbs
– 7 deaths in total related to moveable soccer goals have been recorded in the United Kingdom, Malta and Japan
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Yours in football,