It is the policy of The Scout Association to provide Scouting in a safe manner without risk to health, so far as is reasonably practical.
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, so far as is reasonably practical, to ensure that:

  • Activities are conducted in a safe manner without risk to the health of participants.
  • 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 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.

Our County Safety Coordinator, Mike Barrett, provides “specialist support” to the formal Module training scheme through Modules 17 and 23.

He also supports the On-going Learning requirement for Safety Training, by running workshops.  The dates can be found on the County Calendar.

Mike is also available to work at Group and District level advising on Safety issues.

Please contact: