Health and Safety
Health and Safety Policy
Aberdeen Boat Club attaches great importance to the health and safety of it’s members and all members of the public using the facilities provided by us. To this end the organisation aims to ensure that all activities carried out, or undertaken by it’s members in relation to the work of the club, are managed in such a manner to avoid, control or reduce to an acceptable level all foreseeable risks to the health & safety of any person(s) who may be affected by such activities to an acceptable level.
ABC Training follows Standard Operating Procedures and is inspected by the Hong Kong Sailing Federation (dinghy sailing) and the Royal Yachting Association (powerboating) on a regular basis.
Child Protection Policy Statement
Aberdeen Boat Club is committed to safeguarding, from physical, sexual or emotional harm, neglect or bullying, children taking part in its activities. We recognise that the safety, welfare and needs of the child are paramount and that all children, irrespective of age, disability, race, religion or belief, sex, sexual or gender identity or social status, have a right to protection from discrimination and abuse. For the purposes of this policy anyone under the age of 18 should be considered as a child.
Anyone who is concerned about a young member’s or participant’s welfare, either outside the sport or within the Club, should inform the MI Sports and Recreation Manger ()