Chorley British Sub-Aqua Club
Welfare Officer

Primary Tasks

  • Ensure the branch welfare policy is kept current and up to date with BSAC policy.
  • Ensure voluntary CRB/DBS checks are carried out where appropriate.
  • Ensure risk assessments are maintained for each activity where appropriate.
  • Ensure the welfare of junior members is at the forefront of branch activities.
  • Liaise between club members, BSAC HQ and the committee on welfare issues.
  • Encourage all members to take a responsible attitude towards safeguarding the welfare of all vulnerable people.

Accountabilities and Working Relationships

  • Appointed from nominations (and election if contested) by the full diving membership at the AGM.
  • Must work in cooperation with the Diving Officer, Training Officer and Dive Managers.
  • Must work in cooperation with the General Committee.

Welfare Officer
Angela Clewes
Dive leader - ADI



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