Adult at Risk: Previously termed a Vulnerable Adult. Someone aged 18 or over: who may need care services because old, disability or illness; and who might not have the ability to protect himself or herself from harm. Safeguarding: this means ‘promoting welfare’ and ‘protecting from harm’. Safeguarding is everyone’s business and everything staff have a responsibility to talk about emerging and visible concerns for the safety and well-being of others.
We are reflective in our attitudes and make an effort to continuously develop systems to ensure that the needs of the most vulnerable are believed and that there are safe spaces for their voices to be noticed. Receive role appropriate safeguarding training to enhance their competency and knowledge on safeguarding matters to inform their engagement with children or adults at risk. Set anticipations of behavior for activities which include respect and anti-discriminatory/anti-bullying messages. The Club considers the protection and well-being of vulnerable groupings as high priority. That is represented from Board level and permeates all areas of the organization.
The Board comes with an appointed Safeguarding Business lead, who is accountable for governance, making certain safeguarding remains a key focus for leadership and is considered consistent with whole Club strategic aims and direction of travel. THE TOP of Safeguarding and Welfare has overall responsibility for our safeguarding provision and preparations.
She oversees a team of safeguarding specialist staff, who work carefully with adults and children at risk on various Golf club and Basis activities. We’ve a team of Safeguarding Officers who work alongside the Head of Safeguarding & Welfare, advising staff, participants, and players on all safeguarding concerns or queries.
The major role of the Safeguarding Officer is to react to concerns of abuse, exploitation, or neglect. We will liaise with Local Authority services (police, social care etc.) to see and contribute to keeping children safe and giving adults vulnerable to harm routes out of harmful circumstances and procedures.
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A reminder to all our stakeholders of the worthiness we place on the welfare and security of children and adults. If you want to know more and have an overview of safeguarding issues for adults and children, Haringey LSCB (Local Safeguarding Children Board) has provided this brief 20-minute learning course.
This email is examined regularly between your hours of 8am and 6pm Monday to Friday. Please, note that you can concern will be maintained sensitively and information is only going to be shared if it is essential to ensure the basic safety of a child or adult in danger. Out of hours (after 6pm and weekends): You can contact a helpline, such as the NSPCC, for advice (see list below).
If you are concerned for your immediate basic safety or the security of someone else, please dial 999 and record your concerns to police services. Abuse can occur anywhere – in the house or in a public place, care hospital or home. If you have a concern about someone (a child or adult) in the community, you can contact your local authority or a helpline (see below). NHS: Call 111 for advice and guidance with medical concerns.
Police / Ambulance / Fire: Call 999 for survey an emergency. Police (non-emergency): Call 101 to record a crime to local law enforcement. NHS: Call 111 when you need medical help fast. ChildLine: Childline is a free, private, and confidential place that you should be yourself. Whatever your worry, you can get the help you will need in the real way you want it. Online and on the telephone, 24/7, Childline is here to listen, talk things through, and give you the given information you need, whatever life throws at you.
NSPCC: If you’re worried about a kid and need advice or information. The NSPCC helpline is location adults can contact by telephone or online to get advice or talk about their concerns about a child. Trained helpline counselors can provide expert help, support, and advice 24/7. The ongoing service is free and you will remain anonymous. Samaritans: Samaritans is available round the clock, day of the entire year every solitary.