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Club Policies and Reports

Following are a collection of documents and forms that may be required by parents, participants, volunteers and interested parties.

Most documents are provided in either PDF or Microsoft Word format. You may need to download software to your computer or device in order to be able to open, print or edit these documents.

Annual Reports

Annual Report 2022-2023

Annual Report 2020-2021

Annual Report 2021-2022

Policies 

Club Information Book 2023

Complaints Policy

Privacy Management Policy

Social Media Policy

Looking after Our Kids For Associations Clubs

Health & Safety Policy

Code of Conduct

Member Protection Policy

Refund Policy

Volunteer Plan

CA Commitment to Safeguarding Children

Health & Safety 

Health & Safety Tips

Redlands Cricket Inc is committed to ensuring that all club members, both playing and non-playing, are protected under the Member Protection policy. The club promotes an inclusive and safe playing environment for all junior and senior players, and is committed to ensuring that coaching staff, and other relevant members, work together in maintaining a positive and protected playing environment for all members.

FIRST AID

RCI has joined forces with Australia Wide First Aid (AWFA) to provide First Aid Training to individuals who wish to undertake First Aid training and obtain a Statement of Attainment. 

All courses contain online theory and practical assessment which will need to be completed prior to training date.  Upon booking, staff will receive their E-learning Assessment containing multiple choice questions and First Aid E-book to assist with answering the questions. 

Code of Practice
Provide First Aid 

SPORT-RELATED CONCUSSION

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Below information about a Sport-Related Concussion Short Course offered by Connectivity Traumatic Brain Injury Australia.

REPORTING AN INJURY / ACCIDENT

You must report all accidents / injuries as soon as possible – a record will be kept for insurance claim purposes (if necessary). · Immediately report ALL injuries sustained during training or scheduled matches. Report to a club official who will log details of the injury. 

  • An ambulance will be called for any person suffering a head, back or neck injury. 

  • First Aid will be administered to assist the injured person.

  • The assistance of qualified First Aid officers will be used where available. 

  • Sports injuries should undergo an injury assessment. Players should familiarize themselves with this process – see Sports Medicine Website: www.smaqld.com.au

  • Players using the facilities outside of designated club training / playing times do so at their own risk and accept all responsibility for their actions and well-being.

  • Information on First Aid Training courses is available to interested members refer above).

 

NOTE: For insurance claim purposes – players need to be aware of the policy details of the National Club Risk Protection Program. Please contact Marsh immediately if you believe you will be making a claim. Full details of the Program are on Marsh website and included on the Qld Cricket Website. - Making a Claim Information

QLD GOVERNMENT BLUE CARD SERVICES

Blue Card Services administers the blue card system—Queensland’s Working with Children Check. All children in Queensland have a right to be safe and protected from harm. The blue card system regulates activities that are essential to children’s lives. These include childcare, education, sport, cultural activities and foster care. We Blue Card Services check and monitor people who work in these industries and help organisations to create safe environments for children. The Blue Card Services is an online system to help employers and volunteer organisations keep track of their blue card obligations and records in one place.

Apply for or renew a blue card

NATIONAL SAFEGUARDING CHILDREN & YOUNG PEOPLE FRAMEWORK

Clubs and Associations need to reflect on their practices to ensure they provide a safe environment for all children and young people. Please refer to the following information:

  • The National Safeguarding Children & Young People Framework was reviewed, and no material changes were required.

  • The current Policy for Safeguarding Children has been published and endorsed by all Stakeholders as the current the Policy for Safeguarding Children & Young People and the Looking After Our Kids Code of Behaviour.

  • All Clubs and Associations are encouraged to re-endorse the Policy and Code of Behaviour ahead of the season. While this is not compulsory, it is good practice to ensure child safety remains front of mind.

Club Resources

Looking After Our Kids Action Plan

Child Safety Officer Toolkit
 

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