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The Child protection policy of the Scout Association
1. Overriding Controls
Cornel Management have an overriding authority to direct that any particular activity shall be postponed, stopped or cancelled if, in their view, it is essential in the interests of safety.
 
2a.  The Child Protection Policy of The Scout Association


It is the policy of The Scout Association to safeguard the welfare of all Members by protecting them from physical, sexual and emotional harm. It is the responsibility of all adults to ensure that:
·       their behaviour is appropriate at all times;
·       they observe the rules established for the safety and security of young people;
·       they follow the procedures following suspicion, disclosure or allegation of child abuse;        
·       they recognise the position of trust in which they have been placed; and,
·       in every respect, the relationships they form with the young people under their care are appropriate.


2b.  The Safety Policy of The Scout Association
It is the policy of The Scout Association to provide Scouting in a safe manner without risk to health, so far as is reasonably practicable. The Association believes that this responsibility ranks equally with the other responsibilities incumbent upon those providing Scouting activities and functions. It is the responsibility of all those involved in Scouting to seek, as far as is reasonably practical, to ensure that:
·       all  activities are conducted in a safe manner without risk to health of participants;
·       the provision and maintenance of equipment and buildings for members and others is safe and without risk to health and adequate for their welfare;
·       information , instruction, training and supervision is provided with the object of ensuring the health and safety of all those involved in Scouting activities or who may be affected by them;
·       appropriate arrangements are made to ensure safety and the absence of risks to health in connection with the use, transport, storage and handling of equipment, and substances which are inherently or potentially dangerous.
 

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