JLT Sport defines risk as the "possibility that something might happen that will affect your club or others associated with your club".
The technical meaning (according to Standards Australia) is “the chance of something happening that will have an impact upon objectives. It is measured in terms of consequences and likelihood.” AS/NZS 4360:1999
Most people associate risk with negative or hazardous situations. In fact, JLT Sport describes that risks can be both negative and positive.
Here is an example of a negative and a positive risk…
Negative Risk: A decline in your club's membership by more than 20 members
Postive Risk: An increase in your club's membership by more than 20 members
For all insurance enquiries, including What's Covered and any other specific insurance questions, please contact JLT Sport directly on 1300 130 373 or alternatively visit the JLT Sport website
Swimming NSW Club Risk Management Assessment Template - updated 2010
Swimming NSW How to Use Club Risk Management Assessment - updated 2010
JLT Sport Swim Meet Checklist - link directly to JLT Sport website.
Open Water Swimming Risk Assessment Template - updated 2008
SafeClub Brochure - NSW Sport and Recreation's multi-award winning sports safety & risk management program - updated January 2010
Each year, Swimming NSW sends out a hard copy of the JLT Sport Swim Meet Checklist to all Clubs / Areas around April or May. To request a hard copy of the Swim Meet Checklist from JLT Sport, please email email@example.com
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