RESPONSIBILITY CODE OF CONDUCT
AND ASSUMPTION OF RISK AGREEMENT
Skaters, participants, and spectators agree to and accept responsibility for all of the following:
- Maintain reasonable control of your speed, course and direction. Do not skate in groups. Do not stop where you obstruct other skaters.
- Read and abide by all posted signs and warnings and cooperate with the arena staff.
- Parents/Guardians must be within sight and control of their children at all times. Do not leave children unattended.
- Closed toe shoes or ice skates required on feet at all times. No stocking feet, no bare feet, no sandals at any time.
- Ice skates are sharp. Do not have your hands on the floor or on the ice where they can be stepped on by a blade.
- No running.
- Helmets are suggested and encouraged.
- Maintain a proper lookout to avoid other skaters, objects, or conditions on the ice surface. Report any hazards to arena staff.
- Accept responsibility for knowing the range of your ability while on skates; skate within the limits of that ability and as appropriate to the session on which you are skating.
- No skating while under the influence of drugs, alcohol or other control impairing substances.
- Leave the ice surface when resurfacing maintenance is taking place. Keep exits clear and do not sit on the dasher boards. Before getting on the rink, look for oncoming skaters.
- No food or drink on the rink surface or the surrounding dasher or cap rail.
- Do not carry children or items while skating.
- Do not act in a manner that may cause or contribute to injury of yourself or any other person.
- Do not throw or leave objects on the rink surface.
- Do not instigate or become involved in any type of altercation with any other skater or spectator.
- For all hockey sessions of any type, including Stick & Puck, Rat Hockey and Lessons, full equipment is required.
Assumption of Risk Agreement: by engaging in skating and hockey, participants are deemed to have knowledge of and assume the inherent risks of skating and hockey, which include but are not limited to the following:
- Injuries that result from collisions or contact with other skaters.
- Injuries that result from falls.
- Injuries that involve flying pucks, objects or artificial structures that are within the intended path of travel of the skater.
- Ice conditions that may change over the course of the session and/or day due to temperature, weather and skater traffic.