Netball Tasmania Policies

Netball Tasmania has incorporated its policies into the By-Laws, which are regularly reviewed by the Board.


Netball Tasmania also has an internal Bullying in the Workplace Policy, which can be downloaded from the link below.

Workplace Bullying Policy

Netball Tasmania Insurance Policies

Please note that insurance covers only applies to members who are involved in Netball (ie; Tasmania) sanctioned competitions and activities and are registered on MyNetball. If you are unable to locate your registration number, please contact your club or association registrar, or Netball Tasmania.

Members are not covered if they play in a non-affiliated netball competition.

Details on the Insurance Program including what is covered, how to make a claim and how to increase cover can be found on the link below;

Insurance Policies

National Policies

Integrity Framework Policies

Netball Tasmania is committed to treating all people with respect, dignity and fairness. These values, along with the basic right of all netball members to participate in an environment that is enjoyable, safe and healthy, has resulted in Netball Australia developing specific objectives to create a safer and more tolerant sporting environment, which have been adopted by Netball Tasmania.
Netball is not immune to acts of discrimination, harassment and abuse and in fact shares the common features of most sporting environments where close physical and emotional relationships can develop and inappropriate or unlawful behavior can take place.
Netball Tasmania is both ethically and legally responsible to prevent discrimination and more specifically harassment from occurring in netball.
The adoption of Netball Australia’s Integrity Framework Policies reflects Netball Tasmania’s commitment to serving and protecting its members and participants throughout all levels of the sport. These Policies are components of the overall strategy and the implementation and enforcement of these Policies requires ongoing commitment from all levels of the sport.
Through working together, the netball community can prevent discrimination and harassment and create a safe and supportive environment for all participants at all levels. This link will take you to the current Integrity Framework Policies.


Member protection policies:


Member Protection Policy and Attachments_FINAL APRIL 2017 (1)

MPP Update Summary of Changes_28 April 2017 (1)

170704 MPP Update Memo (1)


Pregnancy Policy – Effective 1 Jan 2014 

Attachment A – National Codes of Behaviour – Member Protection Policy – Effective 1 Jan 2014

Attachment B – Employment Screening & WWCC – Member Protection Policy – Effective 1 Jan 2014

Attachment C – National Complaint Handling Regulation – Member Protection Policy – Effective 1 Jan 2014

Attachment D – Reporting Requirements and Forms – Member Protection Policy – Effective 1 Jan 2014




Other National Policies

To view any of these policies click HERE

Netball Australia Junior Policy

The Netball Australia Junior Netball Policy has been developed to provide a framework for netball clubs and affiliated associations, schools, community sport service organisations and other groups responsible for the development, organisation and conduct of junior netball (participants aged 5–17 years).

Inclusion Policy

Netball Australia is committed to providing welcoming, inclusive and supportive netball environments, programs and competitions for people from all backgrounds, at all levels of the game.

To achieve this, Netball in Australia will address the barriers to participation in netball through specific strategies and programs that provide opportunities for those new to the sport to participate in fair, safe and inclusive netball environments. Insert link to policy.

Volunteer Policy

Attracting and retaining dedicated volunteers is vital to the continued success of Netball Australia and our many programs and events.

Privacy Policy

Netball Australia is committed to the protection of your personal information in accordance with the Australian Privacy Principles set out in the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) and the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs).

Smokefree Guidelines

Alcohol Guidelines


Play by the Rules

The Play by the Rules website provides news, resources and free online training to assist sport and recreation clubs and administrators, officials, coaches, players and spectators to keep sport safe, fair and inclusive.