British Canoeing Awarding Body is committed to safeguarding in paddlesport. We seek to promote the welfare of all individuals taking part in the sport.
We strive to ensure that everyone can enjoy canoeing in a safe environment where they are protected from any form of poor practice, abuse and neglect.
We aim to ensure the creation of safe environments that promote learning and development, whilst providing protection and support to children and adults from all forms of abuse.
Safeguarding in Paddlesport Training
British Canoeing Awarding Body seeks to ensure that anyone who is in regular contact with children and young people, through paid or voluntary roles within the sport, have completed the minimum safeguarding training requirements for their role.
It is also the responsibility of an employer or deployer to ensure their staff or volunteers have been appropriately vetted prior to being deployed in their role.
If you have a concern
We are committed to investigate all reported safeguarding concerns or allegations. If you know of a safeguarding concern or allegation, don’t keep it to yourself – always report your concern.
Whether it has been disclosed to you by someone else, something you have witnessed or something that has been worrying you – report it.
Upon receipt of an allegation, we will implement a standardised process to ensure it is handled appropriately, risk is assessed and corrective action taken (where required).
Click the link below to find details on Safeguarding contacts:
BCAB Safeguarding Children Policy (Size: 286.6 KB)
BCAB Safeguarding Adults Policy (Size: 406.9 KB)
BCAB Special Considerations Policy (Size: 469.9 KB)