05 May 2019

Compliance and Wellbeing

Compliance and Wellbeing

Dallam Running Club are affiliated to England Athletics and as such adhere to their best practice concerning compliance and wellbeing.
Dallam Running club aims to create an environment where everyone involved in running feels safe and secure and most importantly to enable them to enjoy their running. It is everyone’s responsibility to ensure the wellbeing of all those who participate in running with Dallam.

Compliance and Wellbeing covers a range of issues such as safeguarding and protecting children and vulnerable adults, anti-bullying, equality, poor practice in coaching and disciplinary and grievances matters. It encompasses policies and procedures to set out minimum standards of expectations, such as codes of conduct, procedures to follow for dealing with child protection concerns, other compliance issues or complaints and to ensure that Dallam Running Club meet their statutory responsibilities to safeguard and protect children and vulnerable adults.
Welfare is essential to contribute to good practice within the sport, develop performance and to ensure the safety and enjoyment of athletes, coaches, officials and volunteers. Dallam Running Club believe that all children and vulnerable adults have the right to be protected from abuse.

Below are links to Dallam’s policies concerning compliance and wellbeing.
If you have any queries or concerns please contact either the Club Secretary or Welfare Officer.

Welfare Policy

Behaviour Policy

Junior Membership