Member Policies

The following policies are adopted by NSW Biathlon Association. 

Unprotected exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) radiation can have an immediate negative impact on performance and hydration, and can cause painful sunburn. Exposure to UV radiation also increases the risk of skin damage and skin cancer.

NSW Biathlon understands the importance of ensuring people are aware of the harmful effects of UV radiation especially in high altitude environments. Participants, officials and spectators will be encouraged to access the Sun Smart UV Alert at  to view local UV levels. 

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NSW Biathlon relies heavily on the unpaid work of volunteers and values their contribution highly. The NSW Biathlon Volunteer Policy is intended to ensure that volunteers working at NSW Biathlon have work that is safe, significant, fulfilling, and appreciated. 

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Employers, business and  not-for-profit organisations that employ workers have duties under the Work, Health and Safety Act.  This includes duty to consult, duty of care and taking reasonably practical measures to ensure the health and safety of its workers, volunteers and others.  

For NSW Biathlon its Directors, Employees and non-paid Employees are required to read and be aware of the requirements of the NSW Biathlon Work, Health and Safety Policy.

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