Member Protection Support. Basketball Victoria is committed to the health, safety and well-being of all its members and participants and is dedicated to providing a safe environment for participating in the sport of basketball throughout Victoria. The positive virtues of involvement in the sport of basketball are well heralded and evidenced by the thousands of young Australians participating in basketball activities and competition across the country each week.
Basketball Victoria is anxious to avoid. The adoption of the Basketball Victoria Member Protection By-Law reflects Basketball Victoria’s dedication to serving and protecting its members and participants throughout all levels of the sport. However, the adoption of the Member Protection By-Law itself is just the first step in
2) Obtain a completed Member Protection Declaration (MPD) from all people who are identified in the above step and keep it in a secure place. 3) Provide an opportunity for a person to give an explanation if a MPD isn’t provided or it reveals that the person doesn’t satisfactorily meet any of the clauses in the MPD. We will
Basketball Victoria is committed to providing an enjoyable, safe and welcoming environment for its members and participants. We have developed a range of policies, procedures, by-laws and codes of conduct that are enforced across the state. If you have any Member Protection Support requirements, please click here for further information.
Member of the Police. The Sheriff or a Deputy Sheriff. Current or former Member of Parliament of Victoria or the Commonwealth. Councillor or senior officer of a Council. Medical Practitioner. Dentist. Veterinary Surgeon. Pharmacist. School Principal. Manager of an approved deposit taking institution (bank)
The Home of Victorian Basketball. - Monday, October 25, 2021 Basketball Victoria has opened tryout nominations for the 2022 Victorian Ivor Burge state representative teams.
This Member Protection Policy aims to assist Basketball Australia and its Constituent Associations to uphold its core values and create a safe, fair and inclusive environment for everyone associated with our sport. It sets out our commitment to ensure that every person involved in our sport is treated with
While in practical terms, participants, parents/guardians and volunteers – vaccinated and unvaccinated – will be able to attend Basketball Victoria sanctioned activities without having to confirm their vaccination status, there will be other COVID-19 protocols which will be required to be adhered to.