Softball New Brunswick is pleased to once again offer the Janiva Willis Scholarship to two deserving softball players, to assist with post-secondary education. Apply now!
The Official Hotel Of Softball New Brunswick
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As the Provincial governing body, Softball New Brunswick is committed to providing safe, welcoming, and accessible sport environments, free from all forms of maltreatment.
Softball New Brunswick’s Safe Sport initiative emphasizes the importance of that commitment by educating individuals on the harmful effects associated with such behaviours, and outlining the preventative measures put in place to lower the probability of them occurring.
Softball New Brunswick has zero tolerance for any type of abuse.
Individuals are required to report instances of abuse or suspected abuse to their local association or Softball New Brunswick to be immediately reviewed under the terms of the applicable policy.
Softball New Brunswick aims to create a welcoming environment that reflects the rich diversity of our membership. Softball New Brunswick’s Inclusion Policy outlines expectations for all athletes, coaches, officials, volunteers, and administrators in an effort to better engage under-represented populations in our membership.
Make your softball environment a safe place for everyone. Order your Softball Canada Safe Sport Backstop Sign today through Softball New Brunswick’s office! A friendly reminder that Everyone Deserves RESPECT in Softball. Order here.
Softball New Brunswick’s Concussion Education Document is designed as a guide to help the management of athletes who may have a suspected concussion as a result of participation in a Softball New Brunswick activity.
The protocol aims to ensure that athletes with a suspected concussion receive timely and appropriate care and proper management to allow them to return back to their sport safely.
For a copy of the document, click here.
SOFTBALL NEW BRUNSWICK’S CONCUSSION PATHWAY