Safe Sport


Safe Sport Resources

SAFE SPORT OFFICER

Contact the Designated Safe Sport Officer at report@rslegal.ca, for information and/or to initiate a complaint. This person is an independent third party who can guide an Individual through the complaint process and/or explore other options.  The Designated Safe Sport Officer is empowered to supersede internal Broomball Canada decision making and apply appropriate policies as required. Contact with the Designated Safe Sport Officer is confidential, subject to certain limits which will be explained by the Designated Safe Sport Officer.

 

SAFE SPORT HOTLINE

The Canadian sport helpline will provide you with advice, guidance and resources on how to proceed/intervene appropriately in different circumstances.

 

CODE OF CONDUCT AND ETHICS

The purpose of the Broomball Canada Code of Conduct and Ethics is to ensure a safe and positive environment within our programs, activities, and events by making all individuals aware that there is an expectation, at all times, of appropriate behavior consistent with the values of Broomball Canada.

 

UNIVERSAL CODE OF CONDUCT

https://sirc.ca/app/uploads/2020/01/UCCMS-v5.1-FINAL-Eng.pdf

 

EQUITY DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION

Broomball Canada is an inclusive organization and welcomes full participation of all individuals in our programs and activities, irrespective of race, ancestry, place of origin, colour, ethnic origin, citizenship, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, marital status, family status or disability. Broomball Canada will encourage participation in the sport of broomball and will ensure that equity, diversity and inclusion are key considerations when developing, updating or delivering Broomball Canada policies and programs.

 

ABUSE HARASSMENT AND DISCRIMINATION

Broomball Canada is committed to providing a sport and work environment that is safe, welcoming, and respectful. Such an environment does not include or condone discrimination or harassment. Broomball Canada recognizes that harassment is a form of discrimination, and like discrimination is prohibited by human rights legislation in Canada. In its extreme forms, harassment can also be an offence under Canada’s Criminal Code.

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