A list of publications put out by the department's service areas.
Position on performance enhancing drugs in sport
Sport and recreation organisations are expected to create and maintain safe environments that are fit for purpose, provide positive experiences and ensure the safety of children.
Young people receive their most effective and satisfying sports experiences when they experience goodwill and cooperation between all levels of stakeholders.
Planning is the key to the future for all sporting and recreation clubs no matter their level, activity or size.
Access to Restricted State Records and other Historical Material Managed by the Aboriginal History Research Unit.
Local Government Operational Guidelines
Combat Sports Commission policy
Research paper released that provided an evidence base for discussions and to undertake sector consultation.
Guidance to casino employees, gaming suppliers, gaming operators, bookmakers, bookmaker managers, bookmaker employees and RWWA key employees in relation to the probity requirements.
Gambling for most people is a form of entertainment that is enjoyed responsibly, however, for some people their gambling can lead to problems that may not only affect them individually, but also have an effect on their families and friends.
There are a number of ways that can be used to assist with or facilitate group or committee based problem solving. This booklet looks at three possible methods or techniques but there are many more.
Under section 16 of the Liquor Control Act 1988 (‘the Act’), the licensing authority is required to act without undue formality and is not bound by the legal rules of evidence.
Guidance for producers licence.
Guidance on the legislative provisions relating to profit sharing and management arrangements, and the circumstances that must be taken into consideration when contemplating such arrangements.
Clubs need to be competitive on and off the field, so promoting, or marketing, your club is essential.
The purpose of this policy is to provide guidance on the possible content of public interest assessment (PIA) submissions.
This policy aims to ensure that department employees are aware of their obligations under the PID Act, and strongly supports disclosures being made by employees about corrupt or other improper conduct.
These procedures outline how the department will meet its obligations under the PID Act.
Well-planned, well-designed public parklands will provide long-term benefits to Western Australian communities.
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