Child Protection

Child Protection
Safeguarding Children and Young PeopleUlster Squash is fully committed to safeguarding the well being of its members.Every individual in the organisation should, at all times, show respect and understanding for their rights, safety and welfare and conduct themselves in a way that reflects the principles of Ulster Squash and the guidelines contained in the Code of Ethics and Good Practice for Children’s Sport.

Ulster Squash will endeavour to safeguard children by:

  • Following the procedures laid down for selection and recruitment.
  • Providing support and training.
  • Reporting concerns to statutory agencies who need to know and involving parents and children appropriately.
  • Auditing Ulster Squash and its subordinate clubs for compliance with this Code and by encouraging corrective action as necessary.

Related Documents

Ulster Squash Codes of Conduct
Childrens Code of Conduct, Parents Code of Conduct and Volunteers code of Conduct. Information on what to do and what not to do
Ulster Squash Working with and caring for children with disabilities
Children with disabilities, whether physical, mental or cognitive, have the same right to get involved in squash as others. They also have the same right to be safe and properly cared for…
Ulster Squash Safe Recruitment and Selection Procedures for Volunteers
The majority of people who want to work or volunteer with children within sport are well motivated, and without them sports clubs and organisations could not operate…
Safeguarding information for coaches
PDF version of PowerPoint presentation. Coaches have a great opportunity to have a positive role with children…
 a member of a Squash Club a child or vulnerable adult requires first aid or any form of medical attention whilst in your care, then the following good practice must be followed…
Ulster Squash Child Protection Report

 

Help for children and young people

  • ChildLine – 0800 1111

Help for adults concerned about a child

  • Help and advice – 0808 800 5000

Ulster Squash Child Protection Officer

Stuart Gowdy e mail stuartgowdy@yahoo.co.uk

028 9266 8246

 

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Telephone: 028 9266 8246 email: contact@ulstersquash.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Ulster Squash Advice for First Aid for Clubs
If, in your capacity as a member of a Squash Club a child or vulnerable adult requires first aid or any form of medical attentionwhilst in your care, then the following good practice must be followed…
Ulster Squash Child Protection Report 2010-2011