guidelines where applicable. Basketball is considered a contact sport. Basketball Australia has proposed a number of measures that will allow safe sport. These include: sanitising basketballs and changing them between games, social distancing requirements in the venue, participants showering and changing at their home prior to competition, showering
This report builds on the work undertaken to develop a Facility Planning Handbook. It includes an update on the BV Facility Master Plan initially prepared in 2011/12. This Basketball Victoria Facility Guide and Strategic Plan will assist with the future planning of basketball facilities and facility funding across the state. 4,;/6+636.@
The Minister for Sport, The Hon. John Eren MP was in attendance and spoke on the importance of adequate facilities. Basketball Victoria CEO Nick Honey said the Basketball Victoria Facility Master Plan – 2017 provides insight and data to governments at all levels to enable greater planning and development of basketball facilities.
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– The guidelines of international bodies governing your sport should be followed. – The Australian Sports Drug Agency provides By-Laws to operate within. 8. Any physical contact with athletes should be: – Appropriate to the situation. – Necessary for the athlete’s skill development. 9.
Check the basketball environment. Check the basketball environment is safe and remember to: Remove hazards, such as stones and water, from the playing surface. Make sure backboards and baskets are of a high standard, securely mounted and well maintained. Make sure backboards, their supports and walls are padded.
Orientation of outdoor facilities 7 Court marking 8 Sports lighting 11 Archery 14 Athletics 18 Badminton 29 Baseball 30 Basketball 32 Bocce bowls 34 Bowling—ten pin 35 Bowls—lawn bowls 36 Boxing 37 Cricket 38 Croquet 41 Cycling 42 Darts 48 Diving 49 Equestrian 51 Fencing 52 Flying disc 52 Football (soccer) 53 Football—Australian Rules 57
The concept incorporated relevant state sporting association facility guidelines for AFL and cricket, and aligned to the council’s minimum pavilion standards developed to cater for females and males. In 2015, building construction started. The facility was completed and opened in March 2016.
Design standards for DoE facilities. The design standards for DoE facilities is part of a suite of documents detailing key educational facility design requirements which support our aim of delivering high-quality, fit-for-purpose education facilities. Design standards for DoE facilities—V3.0 (PDF, 1.0MB)