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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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  • 10/24/2014in NOCSAE News

    Concussions a growing concern for young athletes

    October 23, 2014 KCET Los Angeles, CA   In high school, football accounts for two out of every three sports-related concussions. Some athletes continue to play out in the field, even after enduring multiple injuries or experiencing symptoms of a subtle concussion.   A concussion is an injury to the brain that happens when there’s...
  • 10/24/2014in NOCSAE News

    Concussion study says NCAA needs improvement

    October 23, 2014 KSTP St. Paul, MN   Colleges remain inconsistent in the way they handle athletes’ concussions, according to a Harvard University study that comes more than four years after the NCAA began requiring schools to educate their players about the risks of head trauma and develop plans to keep injured athletes off the...
  • 10/24/2014in NOCSAE News

    Virginia Tech finds Riddell’s new flex design better than any other

    October 23, 2014 ABC News   Transcript: The urgent quest to make football safer. We all know the dangers. Researchers have found that players on average experience almost 100 Gs of force on an impact that lasts just 15 seconds.   Enough to get a concussion, though. And some players take thousands of hits a...

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