CLIMATE POLICY (Heat Policy) All persons involved in the organisation of games must be aware of the effect that extremes of weather can have on person playing or attending basketball and put in place adequate contingencies for the minimising of risk to persons, particularly when high temperatures are expected
The Referees Supervisor on duty will activate the Extreme Heat Policy at their discretion. The Extreme Heat Policy MUST be activated when the temperature on any court reaches 35 degrees Celsius. The Association has installed a digital thermometer/clock in the stadium between courts 2 & 3, which complies with Basketball Victoria’s Participants Protection By-Laws.
SMA Extreme Heat Policy | v 1.0 February 2021 2. Acknowledgements. This policy has been developed withthe support of the University of Sydney Thermal Ergonomics Laboratory in the School of Health Sciences, Faculty of Medicine and Health. Sports Medicine Australia (SMA) would like to acknowledge the following people that
February 23, 2021. The new Sports Medicine Australia (SMA) Extreme Heat Policy developed by Professor Ollie Jay (University of Sydney), Associate Professor Carolyn Broderick (University of NSW and Chief Medical Officer of Tennis Australia) and Dr James Smallcombe (Post-Doctoral Fellow, University of Sydney) is now available. As the impact of climate change is seen globally, extreme heat is experienced during the summer in some parts of Australia while other parts of the country experience ...
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Forms. BA Domestic Clearance Form. BWA Clearance (transferring between SBL teams only) 2019 WABL Clearance Form (for WABL use only) Tribunal Report Form. Association Affiliation Form A. New Affiliate Application Form. Member Protection Formal Complaint Form. Member Protection Informal Complaint Form.
Heat Recommendations . The Playing in the Heat Guidelines provides administrators and participants with a scientific approach to managing extreme heat conditions. Further information can be found at the Sports Medicine Australia website.
Managing the work health and safety risks from air pollution (e.g. bushfire smoke) at the workplace is a duty for all persons conducting a business or undertaking (PCBUs). Working in heat can be hazardous and can cause harm to workers in both indoor and outdoor work environments.