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➡️ Anti Bullying Policy - CRFC
➡️ Anti-Doping/Drug Policy - CRFC
➡️ Changing Room Policy - CRFC
➡️ Code of Conduct - CRFC Coaches
➡️ Code of Conduct - CRFC Players
➡️ Code of Conduct - CRFC Age Grade Players
➡️ Code of Conduct - IRFU Mini Players
➡️ Code of Conduct - IRFU Youth Players
➡️ Code of Conduct - IRFU Parents
➡️ Player Responsibilities - Age Grade Rugby - IRFU
➡️ Parent Responsibilities - Age Grade Rugby - IRFU
➡️ Declaration of Intent for u18s Coaches
➡️ Diversity, Equality & Inclusion Policy - CRFC
➡️ Diversity, Equality & Inclusion Statement - CRFC
➡️ Gym Rules and Regulations - CRFC
➡️ Health & Safety Statement-Operations Manual - CRFC
➡️ Inter Club Youth Transfer Form
➡️ Inter Club Adult Transfer Form
➡️ Player Registration Form - IRFU
➡️ Safeguarding Policy for Age-Grade Players - CRFC
➡️ Safeguarding Policy 2021 - IRFU
➡️ Travel Code of Conduct - CRFC
➡️ Welfare Officer_CRFC_Version 2.0
The IRFU have put together an information guide on concussion which can be downloaded from this link. Although this guide is directed at adult and youth/child rugby players, concussion is not just a rugby event and can occur during any activity (e.g. playground, GAA, soccer, falling off a bike, etc.).
The key points of note are:
Concussion MUST be taken extremely seriously. Any player with a suspected concussion MUST be removed immediately from training/play and not return. They should be medically assessed. They MUST not be left alone and MUST not drive a vehicle.
There are also a very useful series of videos on the IRFU site that can be accessed here.