Birmingham Handball Club is fully committed to ensuring that all people playing with the club can enjoy the game free from abuse and mis-treatment, and recognise that we all have a part to play in keeping young people safe. We welcome England Handball's Statement on Safeguarding in Sport and aim to have the highest standards in ensuring all people, particularly young people, can feel safe and welcomed at the Club.
The Club Welfare Officer is: James Cargill
As a club affiliated with England Handball, we follow its policy and procedures. All volunteers, players, coaches and others associated with Birmingham Handball club should follow the policy and procedures in the link.
If you have any concerns about the welfare of anyone at the club please follow the link.
Please contact the club welfare officer via the above link stating that you have a concern and leaving your number so that the Club Welfare Officer can get back to you. Do NOT give the full name of the child or any further personal details.
As an affiliated club with England Handball, we support the Codes of Ethics and Conduct found in the England Handball Safeguarding Guidance. Members of the club are expected to adhere to the Codes of Conduct and photography policy listed here.
Please also see the link to our Accident Form.
Our Commitment to Safeguarding