Triathlon Scotland are fully committed to safeguarding, promoting and supporting the wellbeing & protection of all people involved in our sport. We recognise our responsibility to promote safe practice and to protect all members, especially children, young people, adults and adults at risk from harm, poor practice, exploitation and abuse. We embrace difference and diversity and respect the rights of all. Everyone involved with Triathlon will be made aware of the policies and procedures in place to protect those in our care and to promote their wellbeing.
Our wellbeing & protection policies, key contact information and a number of toolkits specific to your role within the sport can be found below.
- Child Wellbeing & Protection Policy
- Adult Support & Protection Guidance
- Strategic Management of Wellbeing & Protection Policy
Toolkits with information and resources specific to your role within triathlon can be found at the links below:
Getting it right for everyone through SHANARRI
As part of the ‘Children and Young People (Scotland) Act 2014’, the concept of wellbeing and the GIRFEC approach is now enshrined in law. It is important to recognise what we mean by children’s wellbeing. As part of Scotland’s national approach to ‘Getting it Right for Every Child’ (GIRFEC), the wellbeing wheel demonstrates the eight indicators that are believed to be essential for a child’s overall wellbeing.
Key Contact Information
Triathlon Scotland Wellbeing & Protection Lead: Calum Reid
Role: First point of contact for wellbeing and protection issues and enquires.
Contact: 07860 716 418
Alternatively, please use our confidential email email@example.com