BB&O Golf Ltd are committed to managing County golf to the very highest standards and as such will ensure that policies and procedures are in place to ensure the safety and well being of staff, volunteers and competitors alike.
Data Protection – To see how BB&O handle and process data please click here for our Data Protection Policy
Health and Safety – Please click here for our General Safety Statement. For further details please do not hesitate to contact John Kennedy.
Child Safeguarding and Protection – Please click here to view our Policy and Procedures.
Vulnerable Adults Safeguarding and Protection - Please click
here to view our Policy and Procedures.
Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Policy 2023 - Please click here to view our Policy and Procedures
County Welfare Officer
John Kennedy is the BB&O Welfare Officer and is available to chat at most events or can be e mailed on email@example.com
What is a Welfare Officer?
A Welfare Officer is a person within every organisation who will be available to listen to any concerns or complaints that anybody may have if worried about how a child is being treated physically or mentally. They are not there to investigate or judge, simply to ensure that the appropriate next step is made to ensure the safety and wellbeing of the junior in question.
Who can talk to a Welfare Officer?
A Child / Junior Golfer – If you don’t feel safe in any way at all A Parent – If you have any concern regarding your child or another child in the BB&O Programme. A Coach – If you are worried about the wellbeing of a junior golfer under your coaching care. A Volunteer – If you have any concerns about the wellbeing of a junior golfer attending events.