Ski Safe - Useful Contacts

If you have concerns, about yourself or about a young person, it is important that you pass these on and report them to the relevant authorities. There also a number of organisations that can give you advice and guidance if you are unsure what to do and who to speak to.

The table below list useful contacts;

EMERGENCY CONTACT DETAILS
Club Welfare Officer First point of contact for any concerns at club level Contact your club  
BWSW Lead Welfare Officer For advice or to report any safeguarding concerns in the sport

01932 579930 / 01932 579938 
safeguarding@bwsf.co.uk 

www.bwsw.org.uk/safeguarding

Police
(Child Protection Team)

In an emergency or if a child is in danger In an emergency - 999 / If not - 101   
NSPCC Free helpline for adults 0808 800 5000   www.nspcc.org.uk
STATUTORY AGENCIES   
Local Safeguarding Children's Board Coordinate & quality assure the safeguarding of children's activities Contact your local council   
Local Authority Designated Officer Manages allegations against people who work with children  Contact your local council  
ADVICE FOR CHILDREN & YOUNG PEOPLE
Childline Free helpline for children and young people

0800 11 11 
Online chat: www.childline.org.uk/talk/chat 

 www.childline.org.uk 
Kidscape Support for children and young people on bullying 020 7730 3300   www.kidscape.org.uk
ORGANISATIONS FOR SUPPORT / HELP / ADVICE
Child Protection in Sport Unit (CPSU) Sport specific advice on safeguarding young people in sport 01163 665590 / cpsu@nspcc.org.uk www.thecpsu.org.uk
The Safe Network Information & advice for the voluntary & community sector 0845 608 5404 / enquiries@safenetwork.org.uk  www.safenetwork.org.uk 
Think You Know Guide to internet safety and safe surfing 0870 000 3344  www.thinkyouknow.co.uk  
Respect Me Anti-bullying service in Scotland 0844 800 8600 / enquire@respectme.org.uk www.respectme.org.uk


Safeguarding, Child Protection