Administrators and Leaders behaviours for a safer game

Malcolm Sutherland

Malcolm Sutherland is a coach, physical educator, sport pedagogist, and SME in sports development, sports safety and injury prevention. As an athlete and player safety expert Malcolm has developed prevention tools and a program to control serious injury in sport.

He is a Chartered Professional Coach holding designation with Coaches of Canada. In hockey specifically, Malcolm is now active as a sought after development coach working internationally and nationally. Malcolm has coached at every level from professional minor leagues, varsity as well as junior and AAA levels of minor hockey.

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The distinction that an administrator's actions influence a safer game cannot be underestimated.
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The third article for The Coaches Site in the ‘Safe Behaviour Series’ featured advice and recommendation for the prevention of serious injury in our game. It was targeted at parents’/guardians’ actions. This article you’re reading is the last in this series and is intended to guide administrators towards a better and safer game.

This is the fourth entry into the safety series.

The distinction that an administrator’s actions influence a safer game cannot be underestimated. Here is how progressive and modern managers, executives, board members and administrators make a difference:

The distinction that an administrator's actions influence a safer game cannot be underestimated . . .

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