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Health and Safety for CLubs

Clubs Health and Safety Manual

Health and Safety obligations of property owners and employers place responsibilities on all clubs. Information on this site is a guide to helping your club plan and implement health and safety procedures. There are different health and safety responsibilities for clubs depending on if you employ people or not and the following manual's will help to explain this further.

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h& S
  • Club Rugby (PCBU) Health and Safety Manual Template. Designed for Rugby Clubs if they meet the criteria as a PCBU (that is the Club employ someone therefore they are considered as a person conducting a business or undertaking)
  • Club Rugby (non-PCBU) Health and Safety Manual Template. Designed for a purely voluntary sporting organisation. The club does not employ anyone and as such the H&S law doesn’t cover them however there still is an expectation of a basic level of health and safety particularly around the game and competition / tournament management.

Note: In order for a club to play in a Bay of Plenty Rugby Union Competition, clubs are now required to have a current operational health and safety plan.

Further Club Health and Safety Resources

Player, Manager and Coach Health and Safety

The Bay of Plenty Rugby Union and the New Zealand Rugby Union takes player safety seriously and the following information is aimed to help managers, coaches, players and clubs understand how to manage players safety

Serious Injuries

Event Health and Safety

Regardless of size, all events have things in common – they require a high degree of planning, a range of skills and a lot of energy. Preparation is the key to any successful event – they do not ‘just happen’: they are well planned and coordinated.

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