All insurance policies are held by the Australian Flying Disc Association Inc (AFDA).
- Public Liability Insurance $20,000,000
- Professional Indemnity Insurance
- Personal Accident Insurance
Flying Disc Sports in Australia has a "pay for what you play" system in place, this means all your league and tournament fees collected by organisers contain an Event Based Fee known as an EBF to cover insurance components for all events.
If the injury is serious and will require medical attention please ensure you are familiar with the claims procedure. (Note: This is applicable to all Club trainings as well)
Just follow the claims procedure steps here: http://afda.com/claims-procedure.
The SUA form goes directly to them – anyone one from the WAFDA Exec can sign it - this needs to be done within 30 days.
The other forms go to Simon Wood at the AFDA.
SUA will cover all non-medicare related costs (up to $1500) and the AFDA will cover a percentage of out of pocket Medicare expenses
Receipt copies are required for all claims.
AFDA Insurance contact for queries:
Simon Wood (Woodie)
AFDA Administration Officer
0430 076 807
Certificate of Currency
The certificate of currency be required to book fields with your local council. A list of field providers is provided to the AFDA each year. The certificate of currency and list of field providers can be found here: http://afda.com/certificate-of-currency .
Note, you must represent an affiliated Association/Club in order to use this certificate.