Wrestling Australia Safe Sport Framework

Wrestling Australia is committed to have an environment that is safe for people of all ages to participate in.  Wrestling Australia has adopted a chid safe sport framework that outlines that commitment of WAI, recruitment and training, WAI Codes of Conduct and child safe reporting requirements.

Child Safe Sport Definitions

Child Safe Sport Definitions

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Child Safe Sport Commitment 

This document outlines the commitment that Wrestling Australia has to have a child safe environment.

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Child Safe Sport Code of Conduct

This document outlines the key requirements of all people involved in Wrestling and the codes of conduct for Board Members, Referees, Parents and Spectators

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Child Safe Recruitment and Screening Requirements

This document outlines the requirements for child safe recruitment and screening

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Responding to Child Abuse Reports and Allegations

This document outlines the policy on how to respond to child abuse reports and allegations.

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Child Safe Sport Induction and Training

This document outlines the induction and training requirements

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Child Safe Sport Reporting Form

Child Abuse Incident Reporting Form

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Diagram of Reporting- Four Critical Actions

Diagram for responding to incidents, disclosures and suspicions of child abuse

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Child Safe Sport Poster

This poster should be published and available in all Wrestling Australia Clubs

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