Insurance And Policies
In this ever changing world, Insurance and Policies have become commonplace in providing guidelines and security for those that become involved in your club.
Clubs need to be proactive and make sure they are appropriately covered should an accident or unsavoury incident arise within the club.
In this section, you will find information relating to the different Codes of Behaviour available for members of your club, Policies that are available on a wide range of topics to help protect your club’s members, information on the ‘Spirit of Cricket’ and details on the National Club Risk Protection Program with JLT Sport (created by Cricket Australia and the State and Territory Cricket Associations to provide all clubs access to appropriate Insurance coverage).
Certificates of Currency will now be available from 1 July, and will be valid for the period 1 July 2015 to 30 June 2016.
For more information on the NCRPP visit the JLT Sport website.
JLT Sport - Online Personal Injury Claims
Cricket Australia is constantly looking for ways to simplify and improve the way our insurance program works for our participants. To this end, we are delighted that our long-time partner JLT Sport have developed an online platform through which participants can lodge personal injury claims. The online platform will enhance the claim process and make it as efficient and streamlined as possible.
Click here for some more information on the online claiming platform.
Community Cricket Concussion & Head Trauma Guidelines
Cricket Australia has released the Community Cricket Concussion & Head Trauma Guidelines to assist Community Clubs to understand and best manage any concussion or head trauma-related incidents on the cricket field.
This document has been crafted by Cricket Australia’s Medical Team (in consultation with industry specialists) to help everyone in Community Cricket to take a conservative approach to managing concussion-related incidents where immediate medical support may not be available.