Introduction to the National Integrity Framework

Blind Sport Australia (BSA) is committed to ensuring a fair and safe sport and community environment for the participation of blind and vision impaired Australian’s. BSA has been working with Sport Integrity Australia (SIA) as well as the Australian Sporting Alliance for People with Disabilities (ASAPD) to manage the adoption of National Integrity Framework (NIF).

In adopting the NIF, BSA ensures that the following principles are followed by all who are involved with the Framework policies.

These principles are:


*The following is the definition of people at risk:

  • Persons under the age of 18; or
  • Persons aged 18 or over, but are unable to take care of themselves, or are unable to protect themselves against harm or exploitation, by reason of age, illness, trauma or disability, or any other reason.


To learn more about Sport Integrity Australia (SIA) go to their website at 

NIF – Child Safeguarding Policy

NIF – Child Safeguarding Policy – South Australian Addendum

NIF – Member Protection Policy

NIF – Improper Use of Drugs and Medicine Policy

NIF – Complaints, Disputes and Discipline Policy

NIF – Competition Manipulation and Sports Wagering Policy


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