Concussion Awareness, News (Bradford Minor Baseball Association)

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Concussion Awareness
Submitted By Daryl Pickard on Friday, May 4, 2018
March 8, 2018:

Ontario passed legislation to protect amateur athletes by improving concussion safety on the field and at school.  You can read more about it HERE.

Our government is dedicated to the health and well-being of all participants in amateur competitive sport and to helping all people in Ontario succeed and lead safe, healthy, and active lives.


While we are thrilled to see this law passed, you should be aware that the operative provisions have not been proclaimed into force.  However, BMBA is staying on top of this and will be putting policies in place for the 2018 season and will continue to monitor further regulations as they become known.

If you have any questions please feel free to contact any of your BMBA Executive Members using the link found above under "About Us".
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