Safety in Scouting

The Safety in Scouting Coordinators are available to provide advice and support to Groups and Districts in ensuring that Scouting takes place in a safe environment. They are particularly concerned with providing advice on meeting places, Scout owned or managed buildings and organising events. The Safety in Scouting Team is not directly concerned with adventurous activities for which the activity team provides advice and support.

Contacts

 

Resources

Asbestos Management  (January 2012)
Minibus Driver Licensing Requirements (February 2014)
Minibus Inspection & Maintenance (February 2014)
Responsibilities for Safety
Fireworks and Firework Displays
Bonfire Parties
Safe Use of Bunk Beds
Use of flexible rubber pipe for gas bottle connection use
Gas Appliances
Outdoor Gas Applicances
Working at Height (WAH) Regulations, 2005
Portable Appliance Testing

Links

Scout Association Factsheets
A short guide to making your premises safe from fire (DCLG)
Fire Safety Risk Assessment – Small and Medium Places of Assembly (DCLG)
Fire Safety
Food Safety
Health and Safety Executive
Road Safety
ROSPA

 

 
 
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