Head Injury Forms

Rugby League

Any significant head injury that is sustained by a player must be treated as serious until proven otherwise by a doctor.

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RUGBY LEAGUE HEAD INJURY NOTIFICATION (Download)
If the player sustains an injury to the head and does not display the signs and symptoms of concussion immediately, it is advisable to give this Letter to the player’s parents, relatives or another person who will be with this player for at least 24 hours.

HEAD INJURY NOTIFICATION BROCHURE (Download)
When a concussion occurs, the injured player must be taken to a hospital immediately if he: Is nauseous (feels sick); Vomits; Develops a headache that could increase in severity; Becomes restless / irritable or irrational, Becomes confused, dizzy, drowsy disorientated or is hard to wake up; Develops visual disturbances e.g. double or blurred vision; Has a seizure / convulsion; Displays abnormal behaviour. If concerns arise phone 000 for an ambulance.

NON-HEAD INJURY REPORT FORM (Download)
Injury Report Form for non-head injuries.




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