Wednesday, 8 July 2015

Basketball Victoria Country to use CareMonkey at U12 Skills Day

Basketball Victoria Country has teamed up with CareMonkey to ensure that all their coaches, officials and participants can enjoy the benefits of a comprehensive Health and Safety System.

The CareMonkey will assist Basketball Victoria Country to automate the collection of information, allowing clubs to easily follow up and remind members, so administrators will no longer have to do it manually. The system trial commenced by utilising CareMonkey for all staff, as it provides a comprehensive Health & Safety System for business operations.

Basketball Victoria Country's manager, David Huxtable:
“CareMonkey is a significant development in managing workplace Health and Safety and gives me the confidence to know that the Health and Medical information of staff is at hand in case of an emergency.” 

Following this successful introduction, CareMonkey will now be trailed across the Under 12 Skills Days and will replace the old paper Indemnity Forms for approximately 1000 participants.

“Keeping up to date, relevant medical information should be simple. Parents retain control of the data and can update it at anytime. This system ensures your medical and safety information is up to date and reduces or eliminates administration overhead for Team Staff and parents.” David continued. 

The implementation of CareMonkey fits into Basketball Victoria Country’s strategy to reduce paperwork, time and overheads, whilst supporting participants and volunteers with the most up to date and accurate information available.

CareMonkey has gained immense traction in the Education sector in Victoria, and this has provided the management team at Basketball Victoria Country with many examples of the system's effectiveness.
“It will not be a surprise to many of our participants who actually already use the CareMonkey system for their children at schools.” David said. 

Basketball Victoria Country has worked in close partnership with Basketball Victoria CEO, Nick Honey, to enable CareMonkey to become a state wide resource for all Associations in late 2015 and into 2016. 

“Following the U12 Skills Day trail, Basketball Victoria Country will release further information and it is expected that a roll out to associations will occur.” David was quoted as saying.

Basketball Victoria CEO, Nick Honey, with Troy Westley, CareMonkey CEO, and David Huxtable, Manager of Basketball Victoria Country.


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