Irish Sailing in consultation with Sport Ireland Ethics Unit are implementing the following solution during the current restrictions as there is a backlog of people looking to attend safeguarding workshop. This interim solution shall stay in place until the sector is in a position to resume normal operations and people can attend the rescheduled Safeguarding 1 face to face workshops.
The following steps must be taken:
If you have any queries in relation to any of the above or any other matter please do not hesitate to contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
The following documents will help your club, class or centre become TUSLA and Sport Ireland Safeguarding Compliant.
For full details on the importance of Safeguarding standards head back to our safeguarding page for some advice from Ciaran Murphy www.sailing.ie/safeguarding
To help you write your own statement following link is the Irish Sailing Safeguarding Statement as a word document. You can download this and adapt to your own organisation name and circumstance. e.g. Remove Irish Sailing, replace with Jo Bloggs Sailing Club, keep the sections that are relevant to your activities and locations etc
The following documents will help you to fulfill the requirements of your Safeguarding Statement (SEE ABOVE).
Further advice is available from Ciaran Murphy on firstname.lastname@example.org.