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logoThe purpose of the The Athletic Equipment Managers Association (AEMA) is to promote, advance, and improve the Equipment Managers Profession in all of its many phases. One goal is to work as a group to bring about equipment improvements for the greater safety of all participants in sports and recreation. Members of the AEMA enjoy the opportunity to meet fellow equipment managers at convention, share ideas, and learn more efficient techniques to help improve their work place.

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  • 02/28/2015in NOCSAE News

    Study: Need for better concussion prevention in youth sports

      February 26, 2015 By Rochelle Lefebvre WPRI 12 East Providence, RI   A new study suggests there is a need for better concussion prevention in youth sports. Researchers at Hasbro Children’s Hospital found that more concussion related standards and protocols need to be written into law in order to raise compliance rates among youth...
  • 02/28/2015in NOCSAE News

    Helmet add-ons may not reduce risk of concussion in athletes, study finds

      February 25, 2015 By Alexandria Hein Fox News   While the sporting industry continues to cash in on equipment that promises to reduce the risk of player injury, a new study on helmet add-ons suggests that the buyer should beware. The study conducted by Florida’s BRAINS Inc. and presented at the American Academy of...
  • 02/28/2015in NOCSAE News

    Safety Add-Ons for Football Helmets May Not Cut Concussion Risk

      By Robert Preidt, HealthDay Reporter February, 25, 2015 HealthDay (published by U.S. News & World Report)   WEDNESDAY, Feb. 25, 2015 (HealthDay News) -- Football helmet add-ons may not reduce players' risk of concussion, a new study suggests. These safety products include items such as soft-shell layers, spray treatments, pads and f...

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