Posts Tagged ‘safety’
For Cheryl Whitnack curling will never be the same – and neither will her life.
Listen up wobblers and weeblers! Nobody wants to see you fall, so take a few pieces of advice from someone who calls too many ambulances at this time of year.
This week I witnessed one minor injury, a major one, a broken rock handle, a broken broom, and a lot of dangerous behaviour.
The courtesies of the past are not necessarily the courtesies of today. There is one particular past courtesy that needs to be quashed.
Recently I was contacted by my friends at the Canadian Curling Association to assist a curling club, which had questions about ‘risk management’ of their Little Rock and youth program and the need for police checks of volunteers. I would like to share the information, which was passed on, plus more.