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Safeguarding Guidance for Leisure Providers in the United Kingdom
Welcome to the SAFEcic Leisure & Entertainment sector micro-site designed for
board directors, senior managers and those who lead on adult and/or child safeguarding
in their leisure organisations. These pages have been provided to assist personnel employing, managing, being employed or volunteering
within any leisure setting. The pages focus exclusively on helping you meet your safeguarding obligations, best practice safeguarding arrangements
and training required by the relevant legislation and statutory guidance applying to:
It also highlights the criminal records checks required in:
A useful start point is the flow chart below, giving an overview of everything you need to do to meet statutory and best practice standards, including criminal records checks, training and policies. Simply click on the image to enlarge it or right click to download and save the PDF.
Click on the image to download the eSafty Flowchart
All front line staff should be familiar with the recognition and prevention of FGM.
All front line staff need to be aware of the Prevent Duty under the Counter-Terrorism and Security Act 2015.
SAFE is a not-for-profit Community Interest Company focused exclusively on safeguarding. Every penny profit we make is ploughed back into the charitable and community sector so voluntary organisations and charities can benefit from SAFE’s expert services for subsidised prices. We provide a one-stop solution for everything from DBS checks, policy creation and guidance, safeguarding management briefings and incident support, to training (both face to face and online). We have already trained thousands of staff and volunteers providing thousands of hours of CPD (Continuing Professional Development). All SAFE courses meet the training requirements of the latest legislation, government guidance, local Adult & Child Safeguarding Partnerships/Boards (Adult Protection Committees and Local Area Child Protection Committees in Scotland), the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and Ofsted.
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