4life Safeguarding Policy Statement

4Life Triathlon Club takes safeguarding seriously and are committed towards ensuring that children and
adults who are members of the club, family members, coaches, volunteers and guests are able to participate
in, or attend club events, in a safe and fun environment. 4Life Triathlon Club adopts the British Triathlon
Safeguarding and Protecting Children Policy
, Triathlon England Safeguarding and Protecting Children
Reporting Procedures
and the Safeguarding Adults Policy and Reporting Procedures and will follow the
policies and procedures accordingly.

Committee members recognise the importance of reporting any concerns regarding the welfare of children
or vulnerable adults where allegations or disclosures are made or there are concerns regarding a person’s
behaviour or conduct. 4Life Triathlon is committed to working in line with DBS (Disclosure and Barring
Service) requirements and ensuring that coaches are trained to the required level in safeguarding. Those
working with children and vulnerable adults will have access to the British Triathlon Safeguarding and
protecting Children Policy and Adults at Risk Policy and Guidelines policy documents. Committee members
will ensure that a suitable person is appointed to the role of Welfare Officer in line with safeguarding
guidance and the 4Life Triathlon Club Code of Conduct.

Our Club Welfare Office can be contacted on welfare4lifejuniors@outlook.com

Updated 16/11/2022