Nearly 160 years of Burton Rowing Excellence

 

Club Rules, Safety & Welfare Information

At Trent Rowing Club we want all of our participants and guests to have a fun and safe time while they are with us.  We need your help to be able to do this, and this means that we need you to keep up to date with Trent Rowing Club and British Rowing guidance.  If you are not sure about any aspects of safety or welfare while rowing please speak to any Club Officer or contact our Club Safety Adviser or Welfare Officer for more information.

Our coaches will fully adhere to our procedures and requirements.  Individuals wishing to use our facilities unsupervised must demonstrate a familiarity with our Safety Policy before being allowed to do so.

Club Documents

Members should be familiar with the following documents;

Club Rules

Club Safety Policy

Club Risk Assessment

Welfare

We take the welfare of all our participants very seriously. If you have any welfare issues you would like to raise please contact the Club Welfare Officer. whose details can be found on our People page.

Row Safe

British Rowing also maintains a document called Row Safe. Members should familiarise themselves with the sections aimed at participants.  British Rowing Row Safe may be found at:

www.britishrowing.org/about-us/policies-guidance/rowsafe/

 

Incident Reporting

Participants are also encouraged by British Rowing to engage with the organisation's Incident Reporting System. This system is for anyone (Clubs, Individuals, Events, 3rd Parties) who need to report any rowing related incident or concern, whether or not damage, injury or a health issue has occurred.  The Reporting System may be accessed at:

https://incidentreporting.britishrowing.org/