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 HEALTH &  

 SAFETY 

HEALTH & SAFETY

FIRST AID

Managers and Coaches are given Health & Safety information and protocols prior to each season. Each team is provided with First Aid supplies which can be replenished in consultation with the First Aid Officer. If an injury occurs during training or play an Injury Report will need to be made to the First Aid Officer. 

SERIOUS MEDICAL INJURIES

IF A MEDICAL EMERGENCY OCCURS CALL TRIPLE ZERO (000) IMMEDIATELY AND ASK FOR AN AMBULANCE 

YOU WILL NEED TO PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION

1. Name of ground or venue

2. Suburb

3. Street Name

4. Nearest Cross Street

5. Emergency Vehicle Access Point (if there is one)

6. Phone number you are calling from

BE NEAR THE PATIENT WHEN YOU CALL. YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION QUESTIONS: 

1. What is the problem?

2. How old is the patient?

3. Are they breathing?

4. Are they conscious?

AN AMBULANCE WILL BE DISPATCHED BASED ON THE LOCATION AND INFORMATION YOU PROVIDE. 

STAY ON THE LINE AND THE TRIPLE ZERO (000) OPERATOR WILL PROVIDE FIRST AID INFORMATION TO ASSIST THE PATIENT UNTIL A PARAMEDIC ARRIVES

HELICOPTER CALL OUTS

  • The above can be applied to a helicopter call out as well

  • Teams should have a crowd control method that can be readily deployed

  • As a suggestion, near the middle of the cricket oval could be used as a landing pad if there are no overhead wires and the perimeter is able to be cleared. 

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