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Safeguarding update

June 25th 2020
Vicky Sartain

Archery GB has created some key safeguarding tools to help clubs keep their members informed and safe.

Two editable posters have recently been designed that will help identify your club’s Safeguarding Officer and Deputy Safeguarding Officer, so that anyone worried about the welfare of a vulnerable person will find it easier to contact the right person.

Archery GB’s Safeguarding & Insurance Officer, Anne Rook, said: “The aim of the poster is to provide information to all children, young people, adults at risk and members, on who to contact if they have any concerns regarding their safety or the safety of a child/young person, or an adult at risk. It is very important for other people in your club to know who the Safeguarding Officer is.”

If it is not possible to display the posters in your club, please ensure that you regularly share the information with members through other communication channels.

The posters can be downloaded on the links above and here, where you can also find out more information on safeguarding policy and guidance.

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