Like any industry, all people involved in greyhound racing including club officials and industry participants have the right to enjoy an environment free of discrimination, harassment and bullying.
GRNSW’s Anti-Discrimination, Harassment and Bullying Policy extends to any person connected with greyhound racing and ensures that unacceptable behaviour will not be tolerated in any circumstances. That includes harassment of participants by other participants and or discrimination, harassment or bullying by any person of any employee or representative of GRNSW.
Persons involved in any behaviour that is found to constitute discrimination, harassment or bullying may be subject to penalties under the Greyhound Racing Rules including revocation of licence.
GRNSW understands the need to ensure all employees, clubs and participants in NSW are aware of the GRNSW anti-discrimination, harassment and bullying policy and importantly what constitutes discrimination, harassment and bullying.
More information on GRNSW’s Anti-Discrimination, Harassment and Bullying Policy can be found here.