Safe Guarding Policy
Blackheath and Bramley Choral Society is committed to safeguarding the well-being of all children, young people and vulnerable adults with whom we come into contact and to protecting them from harm.
This policy applies to all choir members and any children, young people or vulnerable adults they may contact in the course of choir activities.
Involvement with vulnerable people might include, but is not limited to :
Members of the group who attend rehearsals and concerts
Relatives and friends of members who attend rehearsals and concerts in a volunteering capacity
Audience members at public concerts
The Choral Society will ensure members understand and accept responsibility for the safeguarding of any vulnerable individuals they are interacting with and ensure that safeguarding children, young people and vulnerable adults is a primary consideration when Blackheath and Bramley Choral Society undertakes any activity, event or project.
Any concerns should be reported to the committee and will be dealt with speedily.