Risk Management

Clubs have a responsibility to the sport and to their members to make sure they operated in a way that reduces the risk of injury, damage or loss to people, facilities and finances.

Therefore, there is a constant need for administrators to identify risks, deal with them and then evaluate whether the strategies that are subsequently implemented are effectively dealing with the risk.

Many organisations analyse and classify risks according to a risk management stragey grid.


Additional Support:

Club Help Risk Management Policy Template
Tennis Australia Legal issues and risk management in greater detail (also covers contracts and copyright)
Department of commerce Guide to testing and tagging portable electrical equipment and residual current devices at workplaces


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