Safeguarding and Protecting Young People

Safeguarding and Protecting Young People

Policy Statement

Northumberland Badminton Association (NBA) is committed towards providing a safe environment for young people. Part of this commitment is that the NBA, including all it’s officers, coaches, volunteers and affiliated clubs, follow the current policy and procedures recommended by Badminton England. These policies and procedures were adopted in January 2015 and are due for review in March 2017.

A copy of these procedures is available for download by clicking on the link below:

2015_17 Badminton England Safeguarding Policy + Procedures

Sarah Burtenshaw is the designated Safeguarding Officer for the NBA. If you have concerns about a possible cases of abuse, or just wish for some basic advice about safeguarding issues, then you can contact Sarah on:

M: 07746467972                                         H: 01912681014

E: Sarah.Burtenshaw.93@gmail.com

In order to provide more in-depth information about these policies and procedures  Badminton England have produced a number of supporting documents. These are available for download below:

1-recruitment-of-staff-and-volunteers-who-will-work-with

2-good-practice-in-badminton

3-codes-of-conduct

4-guidelines-for-the-use-of-photographic-equipment

5-recognising-poor-practice-abuse-and-bullying

6-taking-appropriate-action

7-managing-player-behaviour-guidelines

8-child-welfare-officers

9-useful-contacts

10-away-trips-guidance

11-social-media-and-electronic-communication-with-young-people

In addition there are a number of templates that can be of practical use:

template_1_volunteer_application_form

template_2_self_disclosure_form

template_3_request_for_reference-1

template_4_parental_consent_form_

template_5__photo_registration_form_1-2

template_6_photo_consent__form

template_7__incident_form-1

template_8_club_safeguarding_poster-1

template_9_parental_checklist-1

 

 

Comments are closed.