Safe Sport

CURLSASK is committed to creating programming where all those involved feel safe and free from harassment and discrimination. Please follow below for the steps we are taking to meet the highest standards of safety.

Safe Places

The application process for Safe Places certifications is online via the Safe Places Portal with each certification requiring an element of background checks, education, and training. All certifications
will include:
Four (4) year certification

  • Digital certificate emailed and available via the Online Portal
  •  Certified Individuals registered and searchable in the Online Public Directory
  • Annual Declaration required to maintain certification.
  • Should an individual’s role change from initial application, upgrades to a different certification
    will be available.
For all individuals, we all have a responsibility to keep youth safe.Criminal Record Check
Government of Saskatchewan's 'Duty to Report Training'
CURLSASK Board, General Volunteers, Umpires, Liaison, Ice Techs
For individuals who interact with youth directly or indirectly in their role.Criminal Record Check
Respect Group OR Safe Sport online training
Adult Coaches, HP Consultants, Clinic/Camp Instructors
For all individuals who regularly interact with youth in their role.
Criminal Record Check & Vulnerable Sector Check
Respect Group or Safe Sport online training
CURLSASK Staff and
Anyone working with youth under the age of 18.

*Individuals working in multiple roles with the organization must ensure they have the correct certification required for these specific roles.

Questions about Safe Places? Contact or 306.750.7800

All reports are directed to the Safe Sport Committee which includes the CURLSASK Executive Director, Safe Places Representative, Safe Sport Committee Chair, and must include one person of both genders.

For all abuse and harassment incidents, If you need extra support or advice you can call:
KIDS HELPPHONE  – 1800-668-6868 or TEXT CONNECT to 686868                       or
The Respect Resource Line –  |  Call  1-888-329-4009  | Text 1-306-717-9636

Remember that it is the law to report suspicions of abuse and if someone is in danger please call 911.