Child and Youth Safety
Orienteering Queensland is committed to the safety and well-being of all children and young people who participate in our sport. OQ has developed a Child and Youth Risk Management Strategy to help foster a safe and supportive environment.
Our CYRMS complements the policies and codes of conduct of Orienteering Australia:
Contact: Any concerns regarding any aspect of child and youth safety may be raised with OQ's Member Protection Information Officer, or with a local Club President, or directly with the Queensland Government's Child Safety Services. OQ Contacts.
Orienteering Queensland supports Play by the Rules, a nationwide initiative to prevent and deal with discrimination, harassment, child safety, inclusion and integrity issues in sport.