Safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility.
Tayside Orienteering Club is fully committed to safeguarding the welfare of all children and vulnerable adults participating in our activities. We seek to ensure that juniors can participate in a safe and secure environment, and are committed to safeguarding the welfare of all children in our care.
The club fully complies with and adheres to the Scottish Orienteering Association Child Protection Policy and guidelines on the Scottish Orienteering website.
The club's coaches and other volunteers who have direct contact with children (under 18) are all required to be members of the Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) scheme. Coaches are also required to complete Child Wellbeing and Protection in Sport training.
Anyone who has any concerns about safeguarding, child safety or wellbeing, or any potential new coaches or volunteers should contact the club welfare officer via the secretary - see contacts.
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