A Safeguarding and Welfare Plan is designed to promote and ensure the wellbeing of those taking part in and attending your event by considering many different areas.

If you are running an event with disabled children, young people or adults at risk, it is essential that you consider safeguarding in your planning.

At the Ann Craft Trust, we can help you to factor in safeguarding while planning your event as well as building a specific safeguarding plan. By working together we can build a safeguarding plan that you are confident in and that your staff or volunteers can use simply and easily to make sure that suspicions, concerns or allegations of harm are treated seriously and appropriately.

A safeguarding plan for an event might include:

  • Making contact and working with local authorities or services
  • Distribution of information to volunteers, staff and attendees prior to the event
  • Training volunteers and staff prior to the event
  • Building a process to report suspicions, safeguarding concerns or allegations of harm
  • Developing a process for communicating concerns or issues with other events management teams
  • Making plans for an on-call safeguarding and welfare team during the event

Find out more about Safeguarding & Welfare Support at Events

If you are running an event and would like to find out more about how we can help you, get in touch today.

Call us: 0115 951 5400

Or email us: ann-craft-trust@nottingham.ac.uk

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To book a course or find out more about how we can help you, get in touch today.