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Table with the full range research projects currently underway, upcoming or completed in 2022-23 funded by the Office of Responsible Gambling's RGF.
Over half of NSW adults gamble each year – mainly lotteries, then pokies, scratchies and race betting. Where’s the harm? Check out our latest facts and stats.
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The Responsible Conduct of Gambling Course Handbook contains info to prevent & reduce gambling harm in your venue, and there’s a best-practice guide for posters.
Responsible Conduct of Gambling (RCG) certification is mandatory. But managers and employees can take on optional gamble aware training to go above and beyond.
There are many strategies that venues in NSW can adopt to prevent and reduce gambling harm beyond minimum legislative requirements and support their community.
Check out the above and beyond guidelines for managers of venues where there’s gambling. Fulfil legal obligations and duty of care to your patrons and staff.
There are warning signs that patrons may have issues with gambling. Every venue’s employees should know how to spot the warning signs and how to respond safely.
Identifying gambling problems or harm in general practice may change lives. Routine screening tools can help the process along.
Starting the conversation about gambling may open doors to lasting change. Know when it’s appropriate to listen, advise, or refer to specialist services.
GambleAware acknowledges Aboriginal people as the traditional custodians of the land and we pay respects to Elders past, present and emerging. GambleAware is an inclusive support service.
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