Reporting an injury
Any member or visitor that injures themselves whilst in attendnace at a venue being operated by Mornington District Basketball Association must:
- Report the matter to the staff member in charge of the venue
- If at an external venue (i.e training venue) report the matter to the venue
- Complete the online Injury Report Form above.
Mornington Basketball First Aid Policy
To view a copy of the Mornington Basketball First Aid Policy follow this link First Aid Policy Nov 20
Insurance claim information
Basketball Victoria provides a level of insurance to all registered members of Affiliated Associations.
Basketball Victoria’s insurance provider is V-Insurance Group.
V-Insurance Group information and claim forms can be found by following this link Basketball Victoria Insurance Claim Information
Mornington Basketball does not administer the insurance process or provide advice on insurance related matters. A registered member who sustains an injury, should visit the Basketball Victoria website and follow the steps to submit your insurance claim. Once the claim form is complete, please contact the Mornington Basketball General Manager to make a time to have the Claim Form approved and signed - email@example.com
All coaches and team managers should be aware of any players who suffer from Anaphylaxis, Asthma, Epilepsy, Diabetes and any other conditions which may require emergency treatment, and understand how to recognise the signs of a problem.
Parents are encouraged to inform coaches and Team Managers if their child has a medical condition, however please remember that it is not mandatory for team officials to have first-aid training.
COACHES MUST INFORM PARENTS IF A CHILD HAS RECEIVED A HEAD INJURY.
Basic First Aid kits are available at each competition venue.
For any Coaches or Team Managers wanting to gain First-Aid certification visit this website
Some more useful links:
- How to give an epipen
- Signs of Anaphylaxis (Allergic reaction)
- First-Aid for Asthma
- First-Aid for Seizures
- First-Aid for Head Injuries
- Common Basketball Injury Treatments
IN CASE OF EMERGENCY CALL 000 IMMEDIATELY