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Risk Management and Compliance

NATIONAL SAFETY MANAGER SIX-MONTHLY EA SAFETY REPORT 

Report created by Meredith Chapman (NSM) - 25/08/2020. Reporting on:

1. Health and Safety Reports and Statistics

2. National Safety Manager (NSM) Health and Safety Actions

EA Safety Report

Read archived safety reports here:

Archived Safety Reports 

 

COVID-19

Keep up to date with the latest news, updates and advice surrounding Coronavirus (COVID-19).

COVID-19 Information for Equestrian Sport

 

EA MEDICAL SERVICE PROVIDERS REGISTER

This form is to be completed by all Medical Service Providers, eg doctors, medical service provider companies, individual paramedics/service providers, first aiders and any other health service provider (e.g. RN, ENs), who currently provide, or wish to provide, services at EA events, clubs and training days.

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REDUCE YOUR RISK

As with a car, the decisions of the driver (rider), the condition of the car (horse) and the road you drive on (XC course) make a safe and successful trip (XC round).

Equestrian Australia (EA) with the support of the EA Making Eventing Safer Fund, State Branches and Organising Committees have invested heavily in making the road safer (XC course) with compulsory frangible devices, sloping shoulders on square fences and officials’ education.

Most importantly it is you, the rider, like a car driver, that will have the biggest contribution to safe XC rounds. Find out more by reading our Athlete Risk Management Resource HERE.

 

EVENTS, CLUBS, WHERE TO APPLY FOR SAFETY FUNDING

Australian based clubs that are running EA/FEI events can access funds for frangible pins and Mim clips via their relevant State Eventing Committee. 

NSW QLD
SA VIC
WA TAS

 

STATE BRANCHES