Viewing and Configuring Screening Policy Settings
As a user with appropriate CRC administrative rights, you can configure the screening policy for CRC/VSC/Declarations on an Office profile. You'll find these settings on the "Miscellaneous" tab of the profile. If you do not have administrative rights for the office, you can still view these settings.
From there, you can configure the expiration frequency for CRCs and VSCs, if a Declaration is required, and at what frequency. Read Understanding CRC Expirations for more information on how expirations work within the HCR.
*A declaration can always be added to a participant's profile regardless of the setting here. However, if you'd like to make the declaration mandatory, select "Require a Declaration" and specify its frequency.
*With the checkbox checked to "Override inherited screening policy", the screening policy from the parent office (office above the current one you are configuring) is ignored.
The blue information box will indicate from which office the current one is inheriting or overriding.
Clearing Overrides on Child Offices
- Click the Clear Overrides on Child Offices button
- The dialog will list any overrides configured on MHA-level offices below it. Select the one(s) you want to clear so that they begin using the screening policy you have configured on the current office.
- Click Clear.
*Hockey Canada has a default screening policy of requiring a CRC/VSC every 3 years and no declaration required. All branches inherit this screening policy unless they implement their own and override it on their office profile.
Fixed period from issue date
Fixed day from issue year
Here, you must specify a day of the year, such as April 30th, that the CRC/VSC will expire. It will expire on that day in the number of years you chose after the CRC's Issue YEAR.