Club Welfare

Our Club Welfare Officer is Julie Brommell.  Julie is here to ensure the safety and well being of all members of the Club and particularly Junior members.

Jules Brommell  Mim Anderson

Julie is ably assisted by Miriam Anderson (Mim).  Mim and Jules are both DBS checked and trained in safeguarding.  If you are concerned about any issues relating to welfare you can contact Jules or Mim who will deal with your issues in the utmost confidence.

Code of Conduct for Working with Children and Young People

All members working with our junior section are DBS checked and any concerns can be raised with our Club Welfare Officer. Further details are set out in the Volleyball England Child Protection Policy which the Club has adopted.  You can access our Code of Conduct for Working with Children and Young People here.  

This includes information on:-

- How to report an incident
- Useful Contact Details
- Information Sharing and Confidentiality Policy
- Anti-bullying Policy
- Whistleblowing Policy
- Parent Consent information - photos and electronic communications.

If you have any questions on any aspect of the policy please do contact Jules or Mim.

Health and Safety

All of our training facilities have first aid equipment and emergency procedures and these are available at every training session and match.  The Club takes the health and safety of its members seriously and always completes a risk assessment on any new training or match venues. Further details can be obtained from any member of the Committee on request and you can access the current risk assessment information here.