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HAISC strives to provide a safe environment for its members that is free of abuse and harassment. The club will not tolerate or condone any form of harassment or abuse of any of its members including, coaches, employees at the rink, volunteers, parents, or any other persons while they are participating in the club. All forms of abuse and harassment are unacceptable and in direct conflict with our rules.
As a club we provide these definitions of misconduct:

  • Sexual abuse and misconduct
  • Physical abuse and misconduct
  • Emotional abuse and misconduct
  • Bullying, threats and harassment
  • Hazing
  • Willfully tolerating misconduct


Fire policy /Evacuation
Please ask a club volunteer or the rinks reception staff for the fire exits
Evacuation & Assembly point – in car park at the front of the arena  

First Aid
This is provide by the rink staff @ hull arena

Using the ice
No one is allowed to sit on the ice barrier /climb over the ice barrier
No chain skaters /skating (unless supervised during events)
No club members to walk on ice in normal shoes

What to Wear
For your safety – do not wear long scarves or items of clothing that can trail on the floor & cause a hazard to other skaters

For your comfort we advise you wear warm clothing and a pair of gloves

Preventing Injury

  • A good warm up to include stretching to warm up the muscles, improves flexibility & power. A minimum of 10 to 15 minutes is essential before putting on your boots and skating.
  • A cool down is also essential to prevent stiffness to muscles
  • Perform off- ice conditioning to improve core strength & fitness
  • Increase proficiency with new jumps through off- ice training.
  • Properly break in new boots and ensure good fitting.
  • Always wear appropriate clothing tie long hair back. No jewellery no baggy clothing and we recommend to wear gloves.
  • Be mindful of posture whilst skating in order to improve balance and prevent falling.


Club etiquette
To ensure you are safe and have a good time at club, pay attention to the following:
Courtesy - Be constantly aware of who is around you to avoid a collision. Let people having lessons with coaches have some space.

Refrain from standing around on the ice, keep to the edge if chatting with friends as this will reduce collisions.
Bumps beware on club ice there is a variety of talent. Skaters may perform jumps & travel at speed and cover a lot of ice very quickly.

We want you to have a painless experience at club and remembering the club etiquette will help provide this.