The MSA has launched a revised child safeguarding policy to help provide a safe and positive environment for all young people in motorsport.
All MSA-registered clubs are required to adopt the policy, which has been designed to be more user-friendly. There is a template policy document that clubs can use, plus a range of guidance documents on topics such as DBS checks.
The policy includes – but is not limited to – a requirement for all clubs to:
Rob Jones, MSA Chief Executive, said: “The welfare of young people in motorsport is paramount. The MSA Child Safeguarding Policy confirms that all children have the right to enjoy the sport safely, and aligns us with other national governing bodies by providing clear guidance for clubs on how to achieve this.”
The MSA Child Safeguarding Policy can be found in the Policies & Guidelines section of the Resource Centre.
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