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  1. Child & Youth Risk Management Strategy2013/2014Induction ELLIOTT HEADS SLSC

  2. Why have a documented risk management strategy? • Commit to providing and promoting safe environments for children and youth • Meet the legislative requirement - Commission for Children and Young People and Child Guardian Act 2000 • Legally responsible as a club committee member to: • act in the interest of the members, so should operate independently and free from influence • Act in good faith • Exercise due care & diligence • Ensure solvency • Meet legislative requirements. • Surf Lifesaving is not immune to predators

  3. What are the Legislative Requirements? To comply with the legislative framework, SLSQ and Club child and youth risk management strategies must: • address surf lifesaving’s commitment to creating a safe and supportive service environment within our organisation; • strengthen surf lifesaving’s capability to provide such an environment; • assist surf lifesaving to manage any particular concerns with respect to the safety and wellbeing of children and young people who are involved with the organisation or business; and • promote the consistency of surf lifesaving’s approach to risk management, both within the organisation or business and with respect to its compliance with the requirements under the Commission’s Act.

  4. Where can the Legislative Requirements be found? There are eight minimum mandatory requirements as per the Commission for Children and Young People and Child Guardian Act 2000 that must be included in a Child and Youth Risk Management Strategy: Commitment • A statement of commitment • Codes of conduct Capability • Recruitment, selection, training and management strategies

  5. Mandatory Requirements cont… Concerns Policies and procedures for handling: • disclosures and suspicions of harm • breaches • planning process for activities and special events. Consistency • Compliance with the blue card system • Strategies for communication and support

  6. Changes to the strategy… Procedures - Data entry of Member Protection information & Screening Report from (Blue Card Register) SurfGuard Training register template detailing training delivered Policy Updates: SLSA Member Protection Policy

  7. Who can help? Grievance Officer: Edmond D’Albret Club Captain: Trevor Harvey President: David Merefield JAC: Ian Winning Youth Development Officer: Amanda Muldoon