This is a free online platform dedicated to sport and sustainability. Created to collate sport’s efforts in sustainability onto one single platform, this portal features a vast array of resources to inform, educate and inspire.
In 1988 to combat drowning, Laurie Lawrence created the Kids Alive - Do the Five water safety program. The Kids Alive program educates the public on five important steps to reduce the risk of preschool drowning.
Play by the Rules provides information, resources, tools and free online training to increase the capacity and capability of administrators, coaches, officials, players and spectators to assist them in preventing and dealing with discrimination, doping, match-fixing, harassment and child safety issues in sport. Subscribe to the free magazine "Play by the rules"
This section on Australian Bureau of Statistic's website is designed to assist small business operators with market research, profiling customers and planning a business case. Links are provided to relevant ABS data, training, consultancy services and other useful information
The primary purpose of QORF is to raise the profile, capacity and opportunity for getting outdoors in Queensland and to encourage more people to participate in outdoor activities. They assist with communication between different user groups and levels of government on outdoor recreation-related issues.
This is a non-profit organization in USA leading a national campaign to educate youth and their adult influencers about the dangers of Appearance and Performance Enhancing Drugs including anabolic steroids, hGH, and unregulated dietary supplements.
Participating in regular physical activity provides many benefits for physical and mental health at all ages, and can also help manage biomedical risk factors such as high body weight, high blood pressure and high cholesterol. Insufficient physical activity is a key risk factor contributing to disease burden in Australia. Given it plays a role in chronic conditions, it is important for Australians to achieve the levels of activity outlined in Australia’s Physical Activity and Sedentary behaviour guidelines
These guidelines outline how much physical activity people should do, the importance of reducing the time spent sitting or lying down, and how much sleep children and young people should get. Needs vary depending on age.
The strategic focus of the Land Use Planning and Coordination Unit is to coordinate and support planning issues related specifically to the sustainability and advancement of sport and active recreation policy outcomes
This information is supplied by the Australian National Health and Medical Research Council. It includes essential nutrient intake believed adequate to meet the nutritional needs of the majority of healthy people to prevent deficiency.
Sports Medicine Australia is a national multidisciplinary organisation committed to enhancing the health of all Australians through safe participation in sport and physical activity. Sports Medicine Australia achieves this through the provision of expert information, advice and leadership on a diverse range of sports medicine and related issues.
As the peak professional body for exercise and sports science in Australia, ESSA provides national leadership and advocacy on key issues and supports its members and the community through fostering excellence in professional practice, education and training, and research
The ASC is Australia’s primary national sports administration and advisory agency, and the cornerstone of a wide-ranging sports system. On behalf of the Australian Government, the ASC plays a central leadership role in the development and operation of the Australian sports system, administering and funding innovative sport programs and providing leadership, coordination and support for the sport sector. Sports Australia is the operating brand name of the Australian Sports Commission.
Fitness Australia is the national health and fitness industry association and is committed to achieving a Fitter, Healthier Australia. Never before have Australians been more aware of the importance of a fit and healthy lifestyle. Fitness Australia recognises the important role of the fitness industry in improving the health of all Australians.
This organisation provides assistance to address all sport integrity issues including: use of prohibited substances and methods in sport; abuse of children and other persons in a sporting environment; manipulation of sporting competitions and failure to protect members of sporting organisations and other persons in a sporting environment from bullying, intimidation, discrimination or harassment.
Sporting Wheelies and Disabled Association is a not-for-profit organisation that has been helping Queenslanders with a disability lead active, healthy lives and achieve their sporting dreams since 1977
The Heart Foundation saves lives and improves health through funding world-class cardiovascular research, guidelines for health professionals, informing the public and assisting people with cardiovascular disease
The Outdoors Queensland website is a 'one-stop' shop for anybody interested in the outdoors in Queensland, Australia. You'll find information on a broad range of topics and resources relevant to those involved in outdoor activities, whether as participants, leaders and instructors or resource managers. Includes information on risk management.
International Health, Racquet & Sportsclub Association -- is the trade association serving the global health club and fitness industry. The mission of IHRSA is to grow, protect and promote the health and fitness industry, and to provide its members with benefits that will help them be more successful.
This is the national peak body advocating for and representing organisations and individuals that employ outdoor adventure activities for the purposes of recreation, education, tourism, personal development and corporate development.
This is the national peak body responsible for providing advice, services, support and network with other governments, businesses, sporting bodies and the communities surrounding deaf and mainstream sports involving its deaf and hard of hearing athletes in Australia