SUPPORT - SAFEGUARDING

The Surrey County Women's Bowling Association follows Bowls England National Guidelines in promoting policies to encourage clubs to adopt and implement the highest standards in their care of children and vulnerable adults . The Association requires that all affiliated clubs also follow these guidelines.  Each bowls club should appoint a Club Welfare Officer to assist the club in developing and adopting the BE Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy and Procedures and to assist the club in ensuring a safe and welcoming environment for young players and vulnerable adults.

 

The Safeguarding Bowls Group has produced a range of documents to assist clubs and counties to provide a safe environment for all members. These include various templates that can be downloaded and easily tailored to meet clubs' requirements.

 

The following documents are published on this website see below

Bowls Development Alliance (BDA) Safeguarding Policy

BDA Safeguarding Guidelines 

          BDA Safeguarding Templates 

 

Further information can be found on the Safeguarding Bowls website at www.safeguardingbowls.org/index.html where all policies and templates can be downloaded.

 

September 2015

 

 

BDA SAFEGUARDING POLICY
Safeguarding Bowls Policy Sept 2015-1.pd[...]
Adobe Acrobat document [807.2 KB]
BDA SAFEGUARDING GUIDELINES
Safeguarding Bowls Guidelines for Clubs [...]
Adobe Acrobat document [1.0 MB]
BDA SAFEGUARDING TEMPLATES
Safeguarding BowlsTemplates Sept 2015.pd[...]
Adobe Acrobat document [736.6 KB]