Summary

The concepts introduced here are just the tip of the iceberg. As with any form of development the learning does not stop here. Hopefully you will have been prompted to think about:

  • Identifying key elements of your role and your responsibilities to your athletes’ safety
  • Providing a safe environment for your athletes
  • Identifying and applying key strategies for your own protection (and those in your management team).

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