Welfare & Safeguarding - Play Safe & Stay Safe @ HTC
Tennis is a sport that can be played by anyone. It is the aim of Haddenham Tennis Club to offer a safe and inclusive tennis environment to enable everyone to participate and feel welcome.
We all play a vital role in keeping children and vulnerable adults safe, both embedding practices that help promote people's well-being and responding to concerns if they arise.
To NOT report a concern is NOT an option.
We have produced a quick and easy guide to your safeguarding responsibilities - go to here
Safeguarding & Welfare Officers
The Club has two Safeguarding Officers - Ailsa Bond & Jane Wybron - they are long-standing club members and are responsible for promoting safeguarding and welfare within our venue as well as working with others to ensure HTC provides a safe, accessible, enjoyable and welcoming experience for all. Please see the Welfare Officer poster - go to here
They can be contacted by emailing [email protected]
Safeguarding & Welfare Documentation
The Haddenham Tennis Club annual LTA Venue Registration award recognises that we have six safeguarding standards in place. They are:
- Safeguarding Policy and Procedures
- Diversity & Inclusion Policy and Procedures
- Welfare Officer information
- Risk Assessment Form
- Coaching Safeguarding Standards
- Criminal Record Checks
Safeguarding & Welfare posters and flyers are displayed on the HTC noticeboards inside the pavilion and on the Court 1 noticeboard. Policies and Guidance documents can be found by clicking on the links belows. Additionally a few documents are not kept on line but can be requested by email to [email protected] or you may find them on the INFO General Forms subpage - go to here
If you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact our Welfare Officers direct on [email protected]
- HTC Quick & Easy Access Poster
- Reporting A Safeguarding Concern
- HTC Safeguarding Policy (Children & Adults) Including Whistleblowing
- HTC Anti-Bullying Policy
- HTC Diversity & Inclusion Policy
- HTC Online Safety and Communication Policy
- HTC Photography and Filming Best Practice Guidance
Accident & Incident Reporting
In the case of an accident or incident occuring on court or the surrounding areas, please follow the emergency contact information as displayed on the club noticeboard inside the pavilion and the noticeboard on Court 1.
There are First Aid kits in the pavilion kitchen cupboard and inside the notice board on Court 1 together with accident/incident forms for completion when an accident/injury occurs. The accident/incident reporting form is also available on the website INFO/General Forms - go to here
There is a defibrillator on the wall by the pavilion entrance in the case of an emergency.
All users of the HTC courts are reminded that participation in sport carries risks. It is your personal responsibility to be fit to play and if necessary seek consultation with your GP to ensure that this level of activity is appropriate for your well-being.