Child Protection & Duty of Care
British Showjumping fully accepts its legal (Children's Act 1989) and moral obligation to provide a duty of care, to protect all children (and vulnerable adults) and safeguard their welfare, irrespective of age, any disability they have, gender, racial origin, religious belief and sexual identity.
British Showjumping have their own identified Lead Welfare Officer in Justine Naylor who can be contacted should someone have concerns relating to a childs or vulnerable young adults welfare.
Contact: email@example.com Direct Dial: 02476 698815
Download the British Equestrian Federation leaflet, "Information and Guidance for Children in Equestrianism" which offer guidelines on what standards you should expect from affiliated riding schools, centres, coaches and shows.
See also the child protection policy in Annex B of the BEF Rules, entitled 'working with children and their protection'.
You can also download the BEF Child Protection Policy and Duty of Care Guidelines, alternatively, you can purchase copies of these guidelines from the British Horse Society.