Safety is for everyone
No one comes to training
just to go away hurt. At all times, use common sense.
If you have any medical
conditions which may effect your training, or the training of
other students, you are obligated to tell your instructor prior to
the commencement of training. If you have a first aid certificate,
also please notify your instructor.
Before class, help yourself
and other students, check the floor for things like pins or
splinters. If necessary, find a broom and sweep it clear.
drink with you
to training. During training you will dehydrate,
especially during the summer months, so be prepared for it by keeping
your fluids up.
exercise or a stretch looks 'risky', then it probably is. This
doesn't necessarily mean don't do it, but that due care and attention
must be applied. If you are unsure about anything, ask a higher
rank or the instructor.
sparring, work with your partner(s), according to the lower
rank. All black belts should know that coloured belts are not toys to
be played with. We all work together to sharpen each others skills,
not kill each other.