Club Safe

  • Club Safe is a responsible gambling initiative of Clubs SA and is the Clubs Early Intervention Agency.
  • Club Safe is also a recognised industry body under the Gaming Machines Act 1992
  • Club Safe was established to support Clubs that operate gaming machines by providing accredited training to Club gaming staff in the responsible provision of gambling and to foster a culture of responsible gambling within the licensed Club industry.

Clubs SA is committed to promoting and developing the responsible delivery of gambling by its member clubs.  Club Safe, an initiative of Clubs SA, was established in 2006 to provide support to clubs with gaming machines and to maintain gaming as a safe and enjoyable activity for all patrons.

To learn more about Club Safe and to view Club News and Resources please visit their website: www.clubsafe.com.au

 

Club Safe Contact Details

Address: Clubs SA House 222a Henley Beach Rd TORRENSVILLE SA 5031

Phone: (08) 8290 2200 

Executive Officer:              

Mike Penfold
mpenfold@clubsafe.com.au

Club Safe Officers:          

Tracey Cochrane: 0407 273 344
tcochrane@clubsafe.com.au

Giselle Berriman: 0448 273 322
gberriman@clubsafe.com.au

Industry Links

Liquor and Gambling Commissioner

The Liquor and Gambling Commissioner is responsible for the administration of a number of Acts covering the liquor and gambling industries.  The functions of the Liquor and Gambling Commissioner are administered from within the Consumer and Business Services Division of the Attorney General's Department.

Independent Gaming Corporation

The Independent Gaming Corporation (IGC) was established by the hotel and club industries to provide a secure, central computer monitoring facility for the management of gaming machines in South Australian hotels and clubs.

In 1993, the IGC was awarded the monitor licence under the Gaming Machines Act 1992.

The IGC is a non-profit company, limited by guarantee and jointly owned by the AHA (SA) and the Licensed Clubs Association of SA.

Gambling Help Online

Gambling Help Online offers live counselling and email support from qualified, experienced counsellors for gamblers and their families, and a wealth of information for health professionals.

 

 Problem Gambling SA

The Problem Gambling SA web site contains a wealth of information about gambling, problem gambling and the help services available.  It is provided by the Office for Problem Gambling (OPG), and funded by the Gamblers Rehabilitation Fund (GRF).

The GRF was established in 1994 to fund programs and initiatives which aim to minimise problem gambling and offer services to those affected by a gambling problem. The GRF is funded by contributions from Clubs SA, the Australian Hotels Association (SA), Adelaide Casino and the South Australian Government.  The current funding available to the GRF is around $6.5m.

The GRF is administered by the Office for Problem Gambling within the Department for Families and Communities and supports the Gambling Help Services, the 24-hour Gambling Help Line, community education programs, research and evaluation.