With the safety and security of members paramount there are Important Documents essential in any well run club. Together, these Policies, Procedures and Processes provide simple, clear guidance for members. They ensure compliance with laws and regulations, give guidance for decision-making, and streamline processes.
Incident Reporting: What, when, why, how and who to report a club riding incident involving a member that resulted in an injury or a loss.
Risk Assessments: Of prevalent cycling risks, mitigations and who is responsible.
Weather/road Conditions: Process to determine if ride conditions are compromised and ride plans need intervention.
Ride Etiquette: expectations of members to deliver safe riding, consideration for all road users and how members support and represent the club.
Summary of Safeguarding: Key points members are required to follow for the safe guarding of young people in C&CCC.
Safeguarding Statements: Summary statements of expectations of members for the Safeguarding of Juniors, members Duty of Care to Juniors and the expected Duty of Parents.
Safeguarding of Children and Young People Policy: Framework to fulfil C&CCC’s commitment to good practice and the protection of children in our care.
Anti-bullying Policy: key expectations of C&CCC and members to counter any bullying, definitions of bullying, support to be given to children and parents and useful contacts.
Social Media Guidance: guidance and advice to members, children and parents to underpin a safe environment on social networking and other online services in C&CCC.
Privacy Statement: outline of how the club complies with the General Protection of Data regulations for individual members, in running events and coaching, with suppliers, partners, volunteers, marshals and contacts of the web page.
Parental Consent Form (PCF): the form to be completed by an under 18’s parent/guardian confirming their consent to participate in club rides and gather key contact & medical information.
Club Rules: principles and responsibilities of how the club is run for the membership.
Articles of Association: How the club is administered as a legal limited entity.