This page contains links to the clubs’ Codes of Conduct and Policies and Procedures as well as other information you might find of interest.

Player Development
Developing Junior Players at OHC – Policies

The Government’s guidance ‘Working Together to Safeguard Children 2013’ states that ‘safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility and sets out how individuals and organisations should work together to safeguard and promote the welfare of children.  We provide DBS checks for all coaches and
Reporting Procedures for concerns within the club (See contacts for details of Welfare Officers who should be your first contact to report any safeguarding concerns)
Oxfordshire Safeguarding Board for reporting concerns inside or outside the club.
Other useful Contacts

Codes of Conduct
We adhere to England Hockey’s Code of Ethics & Behaviour which covers people involved in hockey in this country.  We expect everyone associated with the club to behave according to these codes of conduct which are also available from the England Hockey Website.

Code of Behaviour for Young_People
Code of Behaviour for Coaches
Code of Behaviour for Clubs
Code of Behaviour for Umpires
Code of Behaviour for Parents
Code of Behaviour for Players
Complete EHB Respect_Book (Includes how to report breaches)

Policies and Procedures
The club adopts England Hockey’s Safeguarding and Recruitment policies and procedures. 
England Hockey Safeguarding and Protecting
Recruitment – Good Practice Guidance
Use of Social Media

The Player Pathway
The Player Pathway (formerly the Single System) is the development pathway for players, coaches and officials of all ages and abilities to reach their full potential.  It is based on Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD) principles that put the participant at the centre of all decisions, with extensive scientific research that has been widely accepted by the majority of other major sports within England.  Details Here

OHC Incident Report Form
Head Injury Advice (NHS)

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