Member Code & Policies
As part of our ongoing commitment to improving Sydney Uni Sport & Fitness, please find our Adult Pre-Exercise Screening Tool, Member Facility Code and SUSF Lap Lane Etiquette guide for members and guests and our Privacy Statement below. These are also available within our facilities.
- Adult Pre-Exercise Screening Tool
- SUSF Lap Lane Etiquette
- SUSF Fitness Centre Etiquette
- SUSF Group Fitness Etiquette
- SUSF Sporting Code of Conduct
- Health and Safety Notice
- Member Facility Code
- Terms & Conditions
- COVID-19_Facilities_Usage_Terms & Conditions
- Privacy Statement
The Member Facility Code forms part of your membership of SUSF and governs member use of SUSF facilities. It may be changed by SUSF from time to time. Notice of changes will be provided via the SUSF website.
Sydney Uni Sport & Fitness accepts Companion Cards. The Companion Card allows people with a significant and permanent disability, who require attendant care for the rest of their lives, to participate in community activities and events without discrimination. Go to the NSW Companion Cardwebsite to find out more about Companion Cards.
Insurance claims procedure
If you are an SUSF Member or volunteer who has suffered a personal injury, please complete the Incident & Injury Report Form and Insurance Claim Form, returning completed forms to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please attach all relevant medical receipts that have been incurred to date as a result of your personal injury. Any or part of any expenses which a Medicare benefit is paid or is payable including the Medicare Gap will not be covered by the insurer. Summary of cover by Aon, for full Policy wording, please contact Human Resources.
If you have any enquiries relating to the insurance policies or claims process please contact our HR department at email@example.com or:
SUSF Head Office
Sports and Aquatic Centre – Building G09
University of Sydney NSW 2006
Phone: 02 9351 4960