Here at Suggy’s Gym, the safety of all our members is a major priority, especially when it comes to the safeguarding of children and of adults at risk, and we follow closely the relevant England Boxing policies in both cases.
The welfare of young athletes is of paramount importance to England Boxing. The development of the sport relies on boxing being a safe, encouraging and enjoyable environment for children and young people and everyone within the sport is responsible for ensuring that the safeguarding of children is prioritised, so that every child or young athlete has the opportunity to train and box within a positive environment and fulfil their true potential.
You’ll find full details of England Boxing’s SAFEGUARDING POLICY FOR CHILDREN by following this link…
An adult at risk is defined by England Boxing as someone aged 18 or over who
– Is unable to protect him/herself from significant harm or exploitation
– Is, or may be, in need of community care services by reason of mental or other disability, increasing frailty or illness, alcohol or drug dependency
– Is, or may be, unable to take care of him/herself (includes drug or alcohol dependency)
You’ll find full details of England Boxing’s SAFEGUARDING POLICY FOR ADULTS AT RISK by following this link…