Claregolf.ie is fully committed to safeguarding the wellbeing of juniors. Every individual in golf should at all times, show respect and understanding for all member’s rights, safety, welfare and conduct themselves in a way that reflects the principles of Claregolf,ie and the guidelines contained in the Code of Ethics and Good Practice for Children’s Sport Claregolf Safeguarding Policy and Golf’s Safeguarding Policy.
Claregolf’s first priority is the welfare of juniors and we are committed to providing an environment that will allow participants to perform to the best of their ability, free from neglect, emotional, physical, and sexual abuse, bullying, and intimidation. All leaders within Claregolf undergo the necessary Garda Vetting/Access NI checks, sign codes of conduct, and complete the appropriate safeguarding training as required by legislation and best practice.
Clatregolf’s written Risk Assessment document indicates the areas of potential risk of harm, the likelihood of the risk occurring and gives the required policy, guidance, and procedures required to alleviate these risks.
In addition to our risk assessment document described above, there are further procedures that support our intention to safeguard children whilst they are availing of our activities. Claregolf has the following procedures in place as part of our Safeguarding Policies:
- Procedures for the management of allegations of abuse or misconduct by staff or volunteers against a child availing of our activities
- Procedures for the safe recruitment of staff and volunteers to work with children in our activities
- Procedures for access to child safeguarding training and information, including the identification of the occurrence of harm
- Procedure for reporting of child protection or welfare concerns to Statutory Authorities
For further information in relation to safeguarding juniors or if you have a concern please contact our Club Children’s Officer/Designated Liaison Person person(s) below. If you feel that