Basketball NSW has in place a Zero Tolerance Policy and Sports Rage Policy for inappropriate behaviour at any BNSW sanctioned events. Basketball NSW also recommends and adopts the guidelines from ‘Play by the Rules’, the NSW Office of the Children’s Guardian, and the NSW Office of Sport & Recreation in regard to safe
Basketball NSW is the governing body for basketball in New South Wales. Basketball NSW is an affiliated member of Basketball Australia (BA), the national governing body. Our aim is to grow, develop and promote the game by supporting our members, stakeholders and the basketball family in general.
Basketball Australia adopts and adheres to the Sport Australia Position Statement on Concussion. It is important to note the Return to Sport protocol for children 18 years of age and under: “Children should not return to contact/collision activities before 14 days from complete resolution of all concussion symptoms.”
Member Protection. Basketball NSW is extremely committed to the ongoing safety of all of its members – in particular our junior members. As a result, BNSW is asking for any inappropriate conduct including any physical, verbal, & emotional abuse, and sexual misconduct to be reported to the relevant government agency, or to Basketball NSW for further investigation and follow-up.
Insurance Policy is provided through Basketball NSW by V-Insurance Group. Should Hills Basketball Association registered players become injured, they should in the first instance link to appropriate Insurance Company below. Click here to link to insurance website. Should you have any problems please do not hesitate to phone the Insurance Broker V-Insurance on (02) 8599-8657.
Macarthur Basketball Association has adopted the BA Member Protection Policy (MPP) By-Laws as adopted by BNSW. The Member Protection Officer for the Macarthur Basketball Association is the Operations Manager. Contact Details: 0451 622 755 firstname.lastname@example.org. Contact for any matter where a member believes Member Protection ...
Medical clearance must be provided to Basketball NSW and the participants local basketball association prior to the them being permitted to engage in any basketball related activities following a concussion injury. * Please refer to the Sports Medicine Australia ’Concussion in Sport Policy’ for more information. Board approved 26 February 2020.
1. Respect the rights, dignity and worth of every human being. – Within the context of the activity, treat everyone equally regardless of sex, ethnic origin or religion. 2. Ensure the athlete’s time spent with you is a positive experience.
Adhere to SESA policies and relevant Basketball NSW policies and by-laws. Behave and dress in a professional and dignified manner when representing SESA. An athlete levy of $250* will apply which covers the cost of program activities (*there will be an additional levy to attend the Your Local Club Academy Games). Application process