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We want you to feel safe!

WCC has adopted a policy on safeguarding our climbers. At WCC, we are committed to protecting the well-being of all the members of our community, especially the vulnerable.
Here’s what you need to know:

What is safeguarding?

Safeguarding seeks to create a safe environment where no one suffers harm from harassment or abuse of any kind and where everybody’s right to dignity is respected, regardless of gender, age, race, religion, and ability.
Safeguarding guards against harm, including:

*   predatory behaviours targeting children
*   harassment
*   bullying
*   humiliation
*   discrimination

How is safeguarding implemented at WCC?

*   coaches and volunteers receive safeguarding training
*   coaches and volunteers are vetted with background checks
*   incidents can be reported without fear of exposure or reprisal
*   a mechanism ensures that inappropriate behaviours are investigated and addressed
*   appropriate sanctions or disciplinary actions are implemented

*   victims are offered appropriate support

What to do if you experience or witness something that troubles you?

Contact the WCC Safeguarding Officer: Sandy YoungYour experience will be held in confidence: no names mentioned.


What’s app: 076 245 5429

For more information about safeguarding at WCC:Consult the website:

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