Everyone in the sport has the right to enjoy the sport at whatever level or position they participate. Athletes, coaches, officials and volunteers have the right to participate in a safe and inclusive training and competitive environment that is free of abuse, harassment or discrimination.

As a member of both Racquetball Canada and Sask Sport, we have a number of resources available that assist participants and our member clubs in addressing complaints and preventing all forms of disputes and maltreatment.

The Saskatchewan Racquetball Association is committed to a Safe Sport Framework that is led by PREVENTION, enhanced by EDUCATION and has a REPORTING process.

Our Safe Sport Framework will be supported by a strong set of policies and guidelines. We encourage you to also view Racquetball Canada’s Safe Sport policies. 

If you have a concern or allegation about maltreatment including bullying, abuse, harassment or discrimination, contact, click on the Disclosing or Reporting Maltreatment section below. 


In This Section

Universal Code of Conduct to Prevent and Address Maltreatment in Sport

The Universal Code of Conduct to Prevent and Address Maltreatment in Sport (UCCMS) is the core document that sets harmonized rules for conduct and behaviour to advance a respectful sport culture that delivers quality, inclusive, accessible, welcoming, and safe sport experiences.

The UCCMS is integrated into policies as well as the process for reporting and the steps we take towards prevention and education. All those who become registered participants in SRA and Racquetball Canada activities agree to adhere to the UCCMS, as well as the policies of the organizations. 

Whether you’re interested in safe sport training or wish to report or respond to an issue, understanding the UCCMS will help. 

Disclosing or Reporting Maltreatment

Find out more about what resources and support is available to help report or respond to bullying, abuse or discrimination in sport including confidential and anonymous support lines.

Respect in Sport Training

Find out more about the online Respect in Sport training for coaches, activity leaders, parents, organizers and volunteers and who is required to complete the training.


Find more about the steps we've taken to prevent maltreatment in sport including Screening, aligning with the Responsible Coaching Movement to create safe environments.

Ethics Training

Find a comprehensive list of excellent training resources that support a commitment to Safe Sport.

Safe Sport Resources

Find excellent resources to support your work in promoting Safe Sport.

Safe Sport Promotional Materials

Materials you can use in your clubs and programs to promote Safe Sport.