The purpose of this briefing paper is to clarify what an organisation's duty of care entails, and to provide some guidance as to what steps can be taken in order to demonstrate that this duty is being met.
This report, published in April 2017, followed a review of the Duty of Care that sport has towards participants. The review was led by Baraness Tannie Grey-Thompson.
This webinar looks at sexual offending and the grooming and entrapment process and what that means in the sporting environment.
In this podcast, we explore the how sports organisations can keep children and young people safe whilst participating in virtual sport and physical activity.
Safeguarding guidance for sports organisations and clubs on online teaching and coaching to help them stay in touch with teams and club members during the coronavirus pandemic.
This webinar is designed as an extra resource for club welfare officers to help them fulfil their safeguarding responsibilities.
This briefing provides guidance on how sports organisations can address suicidal thoughts and feelings and provides links to specialist support services.
This briefing provides guidance for sports organisations about addressing self-harming behaviour and provides links to specialist support services.
You can adapt this mental health and wellbeing sample statement to support your sports organisation's existing safeguarding policies and to demonstrate your commitment to protecting young people’s mental health and wellbeing.