National Integrity Framework

What is the National Integrity Framework?

The National Integrity Framework takes a proactive approach to mitigate integrity threats to sports and provide a safe, fair and healthy environment for participants at all levels of sport.

The Framework is a streamlined suite of policies that sets out the broad expectations for the conduct of all participants in sport. These expectations relate to safeguarding children, member protection, competition manipulation and sports wagering, and the misuse of drugs and medicines.

The Framework also includes the Complaints, Disputes and Discipline Policy. This policy outlines the procedures for managing, reporting, assessing and determining potential breaches of the integrity policies contained in the Framework. Under this policy, Sport Integrity Australia will undertake the independent complaint assessment and review process.

The Framework is designed to reduce the administrative burden on sports and provide better outcomes for sports and their members when disputes arise.

The links to the files below cover all the aspects of the National Integrity Framework for,
The Australian Underwater Federation and its member groups as listed below.
Underwater Hockey Australia
Underwater Rugby Australia
Ozfin Finswimming
AUF Spearfishing Commission
AUF Recreational Diving
AUF Snorkel Coaching