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Squash Club Health and Safety Reminder

To All Members and Visitors to the Cornhill Squash Club

We are aware that there have been a few unfortunate on-court accidents in the last few weeks, resulting in players suffering various injuries. Fortunately, none of these injuries have been serious.

Therefore, we thought it opportune to remind all of our members of both the Rules of Squash and the action required following any accident at the Cornhill Squash Club, either on the court or elsewhere on the Club's property.

Squash Safety Rules

Safety: Players must always place safety first and not take any action that could endanger their opponent.

General Point: A let may be allowed if the striker refrains from hitting the ball owing to a reasonable fear of injuring the opponent.

Specific Rules of Squash

14.3.3.2 Where the injury is caused by the opponent’s deliberate or dangerous play or action, if the injured player requires any time for recovery, the match is awarded to the injured player.

14.4.3.1 Where a blood injury is solely caused by the opponent’s accidental action, the injured player has reasonable time to stem the flow of blood and cover the bleeding. [ Reasonable time is determined by the referee, who can be assisted by the on-site medical personnel, if available .] If the injured player cannot resume play in the reasonable time allowed, [ the referee ] will award the match to the injured player.

Obviously, at Cornhill, there are neither referees nor on-site medical personnel, therefore it is the spirit of this rule that must be applied by both players.

15.5 Players must not behave in a manner that is unfair, dangerous, abusive, offensive, or in any way detrimental to the sport.

If you wish to read the complete Rules of Squash, please click on the link below.

https://www.worldsquash.org/rules-of-squash-2/

Accident Reporting

Rule 15 of the Cornhill Squash Club as listed on your membership form states the following:

"All accidents must be written up in the accident book provided."

This applies to all accidents to members or visitors, irrespective of seriousness, type or cause. The Cornhill Squash Club accident book is available on the notice board in the 1st floor viewing gallery.

First Aid Box

A basic first aid box is located on the windowsill in the 1st floor viewing gallery at the Club.

Please contact any member of the Cornhill Squash Club Committee if you have any comments or concerns in respect of this communication.

Thank you for your support in complying with the Rules of Squash and the Cornhill Squash Club Rules in this very important area.

Regards

The Cornhill Squash Club Committee

11/03/2022

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