Welfare and Policies
SAFEGUARDING AND CHILD PROTECTION
We have a safeguarding and welfare team who are the main points of contact and lead on all aspects of safeguarding at Bowdon Hockey Club. These are:
Please do not hesitate to contact any member of the team for more information or to discuss any concerns or contact Will Tyler directly by emailing: [email protected]
We expect all adults or young leaders age 16 or over (paid coaches or volunteers) who are involved with coaching, managing or supporting U18 players to have a DBS check. These are co-ordinated by our DBS Officer, Tony Hall, who can be reached via [email protected]
You can find out more about what is required in a DBS check here: ENGLAND HOCKEY DBS CHECK INFORMATION
ACCIDENT AND INCIDENT REPORTING
It is important that all injuries are reported within 24 hours, in line with the latest England Hockey guidance. You can read our Bowdon HC accident guidance here. Following an accident or injury, please complete our BHC accidents and Injuries reporting form and return it to Jonny Grant via [email protected] copying in [email protected]
Where appropriate, you should also report injuries (for example head injuries) to England Hockey via the ENGLAND HOCKEY INJURY REPORTING
CODES OF CONDUCT
BOWDON HOCKEY CODE OF CONDUCT – this document explains what we expect of our players, parents and supporters. It also includes some specific Bowdon Hockey rules around player game behaviour.
JUNIOR PLAYER CODE OF CONDUCT – this outlines our 10 key expectations for all our junior U18 players
VOLUNTEER CODE OF CONDUCT – this will help you understand how we expect our volunteers to behave.
RESPECT OTHERS – this document published by England Hockey helps explain how we should conduct ourselves and respect others.
OTHER USEFUL DOCUMENTS
HEALTH AND SAFETY – the Club’s Health and Safety policy, and application, is kept under regular review.
PHOTOGRAPHY GUIDANCE – this information is issued by England Hockey for taking and using photographic and recorded images of young people.