What is Safeguarding?

7th May
Albion Safeguarding

What is safeguarding?

‘Safeguarding’ is the means by which our club look to ensure the safety and welfare of:

Children and young people and adults at risk who we engage with or attend any of our venues.

This includes, matchday spectators and participants, those involved with our academy, our women’s teams, and those who we engage with through the Albion Foundation. This can be in person or in the on line world.

We look to achieve ‘safeguarding’ best practice through our policies and practices, ensuring that the rights of children and adults at risk are protected and that they are listened to.

At our club we have a Safeguarding Operating Group who together with our Senior Safeguarding Team ensure our safeguarding strategy and our vision and values are maintained and achieved.

If you have any non-urgent matters contact safeguarding@wbafc.co.uk

 

 

West Bromwich Albion Football Club are committed to ensuring the safety and welfare of all who we engage with and who visit our club. Whether on-line or in person, the club will strive to achieve its Vision and Principles through the implementation of its Safeguarding Action and Implement Plan. Creating Safe environments for everyone, and ensuring a culture where staff, children and adults at risk are listened to and are supported in the management of any safeguarding concerns.

Monday 30th May 2022