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    Japan Judo Accident Victims Association (JJAVA)

    Post by noboru on Mon Aug 18, 2014 11:57 pm

    This is a very sad topic. However, I think important.

    From Japan Judo Accident Victims Association (JJAVA) website:
    http://judojiko.net/eng/

    JJAVA wrote:
    Judo Accidents

    Over the 27-year period 1983 to 2009, 108 students died as a result of judo accidents in Japanese junior and senior high schools (age range ca 12 to 18years)1 , 60% of them from brain injury. The mean of four deaths per year is significantly higher than in any other school sport. The incidence of death in judo among junior high school students (age range ca 12 to 15years) is 5.3 times higher than in basket ball, which has the second highest death rate.
    Note that these figures do not include deaths from accidents outside school such as in private judo clubs, so the total number of deaths in young people is higher still. There have also been a large number of serious injuries, many of which have resulted in chronic higher brain dysfunction or persistent disturbance of consciousness.

    Our Mission

    When judo deaths and injuries occur under the supervision of schools, victims and their families often encounter barriers to the investigations into the causes and who was responsible. Japan Judo Accident Victims Association (JJAVA) is a group of judo accident victims, their families, and other concerned people, founded with the mission to support victims and find ways to reduce death and serious injury among students in Japan through introduction of effective safety measures as standard practice in the sport of judo. JJAVA is studying international best practice and developing proposals for an improved safety regime.
    Martial arts will soon become compulsory for boys and girls in all public junior high schools in Japan, so it is particularly important to ensure that adequate and appropriate attention is given to safety in judo instruction and practice.


    Article from Nippon Times from August 26, 2010
    108 school judo class deaths but no charges, only silence
    http://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2010/08/26/national/108-school-judo-class-deaths-but-no-charges-only-silence#.U_Hyv8WgE-o

    Article from New York Times from 17 April , 2013
    Japan Confronts Hazards of Judo
    http://www.nytimes.com/2013/04/18/sports/japan-confronts-hazards-of-judo.html?pagewanted=1&_r=0&ref=global


    I found that the president of the Kodokan Uemura already mentions in his 2013 New Year speech find safe methods of teaching judo to children.

    http://www.kodokan.org/e_info/topics201301.html

    Haruki Uemura wrote:In April, Japanese martial arts, including Judo, became a required subject in junior high schools’ health and physical education curriculum. To support a smooth start of this new curriculum, we made sure that the standard teaching method adopted ensures the safety of children learning Judo. I am having various policies carried out to deploy an enjoyable, safe curriculum that conveys the high level of Judo’s physical education and educational value.


    In the 2011 was released the new DVD with some instructions for safety judo teaching on the school (available only in japanese).

    Here are informations from japanese version of Kodokan Internet Shop (KIS). Available only in japanese KIS.
    Teaching method - the new school judo ~ safety
    DVD 新・学校柔道 〜安全確保の指導法〜
    https://www.hint.jp/cgi-bin/kshop/kshop_j.pl/page=dvo28_j.html/SID=1408366003.81624

    These set ( Volume 3 DVD, 1 book ) are very expansive (51840 Japanese Yen (cca 505 USD), 77760 Japanese Yen (cca 760 USD)) then other DVDs from KIS ... Why?   It is not good for support of safety judo teaching...

    There is the Google translation of content (japanese->english):
    KIS wrote:
    Judo school teaching method of [Security] with an emphasis on [passive].

    Full cooperation of (goods) All Japan Judo Federation, (Foundation) Kodokan.
    And Zenjuren educational Committee Chairman Takashi Ogata said, recorded in the Kodokan by the Kodokan dojo leadership Mukai Miki-haku Mr. guidance.
    Conforms to the new course of study.
    And Commentary Introduction of <deployment specific case of judo lessons> and <Teaching of safety> concept of a "hen throwing techniques," "Hen Technical suppressed".
    Practical model is Olympic gold medalist us.
    The recorded basic practical of Kodokan leaders and role models and practical portions of the Kodokan boy Ayumi Tanimoto Mr. Olympic gold medalist, and Toshihiko Koga said.
    Comprehensive Reference DVD of "New School Judo".
    Also to students to address the judo teacher for the first time also, suffer from judo guidance, comprehensive manual of the illustrations and photos into easy to understand.
    Benefits for posters leadership "skills-kept throwing techniques".
    Guidance posters be posted on the wall or whiteboard dojo or gym, the [Commentary safety judo-accident prevention of the work of 16 species].



    Contents in

    Vol.1 lesson planning & Stretch basic operation

    [Lesson planning]
    ■ How to make vertical unit of planning
    ■ Example of unit plan
    ■ how to proceed with class
    3 elements of behavior ③ motor learning that should not be the point ② ① lesson planning
    ■ Expand Sample Class
    Practice ⑥ ⑦ stretch of etiquette skills kept ⑤ practice of throwing techniques of practice ④ ① etiquette ② ③ passive stretch
    ■ Concept and method of evaluation
    ■ how to wear their clothes and judo
    How to wear the girls how to wear ③ ① and ② Judokoromo judo clothing
    ■ etiquette
    ① ② Ritsurei Suwarei
    [Stretch Basic Operation]
    ■ stretch (warm-up)
    Type of stretch ③ soft stretch of the upper half of the body of the ② ① lower body
    ■ Basic Operation
    ① attitude ② ③ How to compose advanced and retracted ④ break ⑤ ⑥ passive body Judgment

    Vol.2 judo practical ed throwing techniques (Ⅰ)

    ■ throw basic
    The dropped waist ⑨ ⑩ flying mare sweeping hip throw ⑪ body Tsurikomi flying mare ⑧ ① single knee wheel ② ③ Major Hip Throw Ouchi mowing ④ ⑤ turnout pay Major Outer Reaping ⑥ ⑦ Kochi mowing
    ■ promise practice of throwing techniques
    Practice + practice promise promise ② ① practice takes you from throwing techniques ③ (throw alternately) promise practice of throwing techniques promise practice from the work of (contact) ④ opponent [change])
    ■ game and practice free practice
    ① free practice (four pair) ② game practice (three pair)
    ■ shape of the projected
    ① procedures (浮落-Seoinage-piggyback "to lift") Technical waist ② (Floating Hip-払腰-Tsurikomi waist) ③ Ashiwaza (Okuashi払-支釣 Komiashi-inner thigh)
    ■ Toshihiko Koga model practical Collection
    ■ Ayumi Tanimoto model practical Collection

    Vol.3 judo practical Hen (Ⅱ) suppresses Technical Training

    ■ kept basic skills
    ① ② morning compaction collapsed this morning compaction ③ behind this morning compaction ④ side four-quarters hold ⑤ upper four-quarters hold
    ■ promise practice of suppressing technique
    Promise practice of skills keep from throwing techniques ① promise practice of skills kept from Technical suppressed (contact) ② (contact)
    ■ game and practice free practice
    ① free practice (four pair) ② game practice (three pair)
    ■ Training (auxiliary Exercise & reinforcement exercise)
    ① ② auxiliary exercise reinforcement exercise
    ■ Game format training
    ① ② holding hands demon dragon touch
    ■ Toshihiko Koga model practical Collection
    ■ Ayumi Tanimoto model practical collection.
    "New school judo" General Reference
    Teachers and suffering from judo guidance, even students to work on judo for the first time and, in the knowledge of lesson planning and safety judo judo, in an easy-to-understand illustrations and photographs into a visually appealing, understanding of judo deepens more.
    ■ Making better classes & Stretch Basic Operation Chapter 1
    ■ Chapter 2 judo practical ed throwing techniques (Ⅰ)
    ■ Chapter 3 judo practical Hen (Ⅱ) suppresses Technical Training
    Instructional poster (PDF)
    You can with the description of the technique led, be used as bulletin poster, print out the [risk] · [safety] matters.
    ■ throwing techniques
    ① knee wheel (7 pictures) ② Major Hip Throw (eight) ③ Ouchi mowers (7 pictures) ④ turnout pay (7 pictures) ⑤ Major Outer Reaping (7 pictures) ⑥ Kochi mowers (7 pictures) ⑦ One Arm Shoulder Throw ( The Tsurikomi seven) ⑧ waist (7 pictures) ⑨ flying mare (eight) ⑩ sweeping hip throw (7 pictures) ⑪ body dropped (7 pictures)
    ■ keep skills (depending how +)
    (+2 Sheets 5 sheets) ⑤ upper four-quarters hold (+2 sheets 6 sheets) ④ side four-quarters hold (+2 sheets 6 sheets) ③ behind this morning compaction (+2 sheets 6 sheets) ② collapsed this morning compaction (+2 sheets 6 sheets) ① morning compaction


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    news from July, August 2014

    Post by noboru on Thu Sep 18, 2014 10:24 pm

    Some news:

    July 25, 2014 - All Japan Judo Federation (AJJF) released the documents related with further judo accident prevention
    Japanese only.
    (Source of informations: http://www.judo.or.jp/p/33625 )

    柔道の安全指導 [pdf]
    Safety guidance of Judo
    http://www.judo.or.jp/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/print-shidou.pdf

    柔道試合・練習中の脳・脊髄損傷への対応指針 [pdf]
    Corresponding guidelines to brain and spinal cord injury of judo game, during practice
    http://www.judo.or.jp/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/judo_gaisyoutaiou140630.pdf

    July 30, 2014  - Was held a council of AJJF and Association of the national judo accident JJAVA (in Kódókan Judo Institute)
    (Source of informations: http://www.judo.or.jp/p/33622  )

    Greetings from Murakawa chairman, as well as of the accident situation of each from your mother of judo accident victims continue then at the beginning of the meeting I gave a talk report, regarding your request in the future. Then, a letter to the Muneoka chairman, petition over the seven items towards judo and safe is handed to Muneoka chairman of the meeting members of the national judo accident victims than Murakawa chairman, and a certified leader qualification system in place to exchange opinions status report of such operations have been made. That judo leaders individual performs the awareness at the end of the Council, it will be reviewed once again the way of guidance and safety first, the attitude has been confirmed. Correct recognition of accident prevention, because it is willing to send to everyone involved in judo information originate're welcome to our Federation, enough for your cooperation of everyone, please please.
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    Safety guidance of Judo - index of content in english

    Post by noboru on Thu Sep 18, 2014 11:24 pm

    noboru wrote:
    柔道の安全指導 [pdf]
    Safety guidance of Judo
    http://www.judo.or.jp/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/print-shidou.pdf

    I'm interested about content of "Safety guidance of Judo" 柔道の安全指導. I tried translate the index of book. I used google translator and made some modifications of text. Some terms give not the sense, but I think that is possible make the idea about content of this document. Below is result.

    INDEX
    re-revised
    1. Safety care responsibilities and obligations of leaders
       (1) expected to leaders  1
       (2) society to pursue the liability of leaders 1
       (3) Safety considerations obligation sought to leaders 2
       (4) leaders should take the responsibility 2
                [1] Legal responsibility of two such criminal and civil 2
                [2] a responsibility moral 2
       (5) Leader image which is obtained 2
    2. Mechanism of generation accident factors
        (1) Factor of accident 3
        (2) Mechanism occurrence 4
        (3) Accident factors judo 4
    3. Injury or accident prone judo
        (1) Overview of accident or injury 5
        (2) Case features and accident and injury 8
             [1] Injury head 8
                   - types of injuries A head 8
                   - Features of serious accident Lee head trauma 9
                   - Features and the genesis of cormorant acute subdural hematoma 11
                   - Specific examples of the handle head trauma   12
                   [A] Example who died and thrown in the large outer cutting 12
                   [iB] Example injured the head and thrown in the body drop 12
            [2] Injuries neck 12
                 - types of injuries A neck  12
                 - Features of the serious accident of Lee neck trauma 13
                 - Specific examples of cormorant neck trauma 15
                  [C] example were injured over the Sleeve Lifting Pulling Hip 15
                  [D] example were injured neck is multiplied by Seoinage 16
            [3] heatstroke 16
                  [E] Example who died in heatstroke 17
            [4] heart disease 17
                  [F] Example who died in heart disease 17
    4. In order to prevent accidents and injuries
     (1) how to stand practice of planning 18
       [1] Creating of the plan that clarifies the goal 18
       [2] Need of the practice plan in the long-term 18
       [3] beginner guidance closely, especially 18
       [4] Element Example of the other to be considered in planning 19
     (2) How to make of practice 19
       [1] attitudes necessary basic (Three things about Keiko savvy) 19
       [2] Step-by-step practice along the order 19
     (3) consideration required to practice 20
       [1] Inspection before the start 20
       [2] Hydration and setting  break time 20
       [3] Prevention (such as foot throw) accidental contact 21
       [4] Consideration to beginners 21
     (4) Guidance Example that was conscious safety 22
       [1] Passive corresponding to skill level 22
       [2] Implantation to wear trick correct 22
       [3] Promise practice to wear offense and defense methods 23
       [4] Lunt corresponding to the opponent 23
     (5)Conditioning and health management 24
       [1] Health management performing themselves 24
       [2] conditioning 25
       [3] Wait Control 26
       [4] Fitness Training 26
       [5] Mental Training 29
     (6). Safety inspection facilities, equipment, clothing, environmental 30
       [1] Safety inspections judo field 30
       [2] Confirmed such as dress  31
       [3] consideration to the human relationship with the natural environment 32
    5. Action to be taken when an accident or injury has occurred
     (1)How first aid 31
       [1] corresponds with the gas with a bruised head 33
       [2] Corresponding of the accident or immediately after discovery head banging 33
       [3] criteria of return practice and rest after head trauma 36
       [4] Injured neck 38
       [5] heatstroke 39
       [6] Corresponding when suspected heatstroke 40
       [7] heart disease 41
       [8] Procedure of cardiopulmonary resuscitation 41
     (2) Contact system emergency 43
       [1] well-known and development of contact system 43
       [2] Contact and reporting to school-department 43
       [3] contact to medical institutions (Request for ambulance) 43
       [4] Contact to family 44
     (3) Negotiation and liaison externally 44
     (4) Save recording of facts 45
       [1] Standing recording paper 45
       [2] Prevent recurrence  Saving and Record 45
     (5)The relief and compensation and damages disability compensation 45
       [1] The main contents disability compensation 46
       [2] Compensation period and how to subscribe 46
       [3] Reporting procedures When accident occurs 46
       [4] Relief damages 46
     (6) Measures to prevent recurrence organizational 47
    Materials accident report 48
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    Re: Japan Judo Accident Victims Association (JJAVA)

    Post by Carlos Graña on Mon Sep 22, 2014 10:45 pm

    Too bad this material isn't in English. This should be a must read for all instructors. Impressive the rate of brain injuries among elementary and high school players. I was always aware of the knee and shoulder injuries, but this was an eye opener for me. Thanx for posting this.
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    Zenjuren released dvd (20 minutes video) about recognising of judo injuries (head, backbone)

    Post by noboru on Thu Apr 23, 2015 6:01 pm

    10.03.2015 Zenjuren released dvd (15 minutes video) about ukemi, recognising of judo injuries (head, backbone) - is it animated in manga style - in japanese

    柔道の安全指導
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EzCwsK41rCU
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    Re: Japan Judo Accident Victims Association (JJAVA)

    Post by BillC on Fri Apr 24, 2015 3:11 am

    noboru wrote:10.03.2015 Zenjuren released dvd (15 minutes video) about ukemi, recognising of judo injuries (head, backbone) - is it animated in manga style - in japanese

    柔道の安全指導
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EzCwsK41rCU

    Sigh. No subtitles. No equivalent from US Judo orgs. Sure, there is the occasional weekend-long course at some location in this wide country ... maybe a manual someplace ... but short videos like this are perfect for adding meaningful content to yudanshakai meetings, for parent introductions, special cartoon treat for students ... projector and screen already in the dojo ... doesn't get used much.


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    Safety guidance of Judo

    Post by noboru on Thu Nov 12, 2015 6:09 pm

    New japanese version of Safety guidance of Judo
    http://www.judo.or.jp/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/anzenshido2015.pdf
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    Re: Japan Judo Accident Victims Association (JJAVA)

    Post by noboru on Wed Jun 29, 2016 7:02 pm

    Older video:

    Judo 108 students died
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O1GG66eouyE


    Over the 27-year period 1983 to 2009, 108 students died as a result of judo accidents in Japanese junior and senior high schools (age range ca 12 to 18years), 60% of them from brain injury. The mean of four deaths per year is significantly higher than in any other school sport. ... Note that these figures do not include deaths from accidents outside school such as in private judo clubs, so the total number of deaths in young people is higher still. There have also been a large number of serious injuries, many of which have resulted in chronic higher brain dysfunction or persistent disturbance of consciousness.

    Here is list all injuries and description of them:
    http://judojiko.net/eng/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/en_judo_data110110.pdf

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