The welfare of members and visitors is a key element of any club and how it operates. Clubs should have in place rules, policies and procedures relating to safety and best practice. Clubs must familiarise themselves with ASA safety measures and adhere to them.

It is the duty of every club to give serious consideration to the manner in which it conducts its activities and to take all reasonable steps to ensure that participants, visitors and volunteers can enjoy the sport offered by the club in a safe environment. That obligation is particularly important with regard to the safety and welfare of young sports participants and vulnerable adults.

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