CRC treats water safety as a very high priority and has a committee led by our club safety advisor who undertakes regular safety checks and ensures the Club's policies are up to date and in line with British Rowing recommendations. However safety is the responsibility of all members, so please take the time to read through the following documents which have been designed to keep everyone at the Club safe. 
 

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CRC Safety  Plan

Water Safety Contact Details

This plan outlines the Club's safety precautions and procedures. It also lists all the contact details for any of the various hazards which might occur as part of a water sport. Please read carefully as the best prevention of incidents is preparation.

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CRC Safety & EA Plan

Detailed Safety Plan

This Safety Plan (SP) aims to provide advice and guidance to all Christchurch Rowing Club (CRC) members, including, coaches, coxswains, volunteers and parents. In order that they may fully understand the roles and responsibilities expected of them whilst undertaking activities on and off the water.

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River Channel & Safety Markers

Aerial View of the River

This is an aerial shot of Christchurch Harbour with the channel clearly illustrated along with other potential hazards.

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Club Rules

Christchurch Rowing Club Rules

CRC rules are to be adhered to at all times by all members. This document outlines the expectations the Club has of its members and of itself. Page 18 details the Club's Grievance Procedure.

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CRC Social Media Policy

Aerial View of the River

Christchurch Rowing Club (CRC) welcomes and encourages the appropriate use of social media by its members. Please read and adhere to the club policy in place to protect yourself and all members. 

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BR Row Safe

CRC works in accordance with British Rowing

Row Safe details safety information under five headings, each with a separate topic area following the same format:

 

  • responsibilities

  • minimum standards

  • further good practice

  • further information

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Safeguarding & Protection Procedure 

CRC works in accordance with British Rowing

Everyone who participates in rowing is entitled to do so in a safe and enjoyable environment. This British Rowing document contains relevant policies in line with current legislation which CRC follows to provide a safe environment for all.

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Code of Conduct

CRC works in accordance with British Rowing

CRC has adopted and fully endorses the BR's various Codes of Conduct. CRC expects all club members to follow the appropriate codes as befits their duties within the Club, whether an active rower, an associate member, coach or committee member, junior member or parent/supporter..

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Towing Guidelines 

CRC works in accordance with British Rowing

In recent years there has been much debate and misunderstanding surrounding the legislation that applies to the carriage of oar-propelled racing boats on vehicles, including trailers. The main issue is the distance by which the boat projects beyond the extremities of the vehicle and the action that needs to be taken by the driver to remain within the law.

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BR Drone Guidance 

CRC works in accordance with British Rowing

Drone usage within the rowing community is becoming increasingly popular, for general filming and coaching purposes, providing an opportunity to capture the sport in a way that has not previously been possible. 

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CRC Risk Assessment

Boat House

CRC evalutes and updates (where applicable) the risks associated with this area on an annual basis.

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CRC Risk Assessment 

Ergo Area

CRC evaluates and updates (where applicable) the risks associated with this area on an annual basis.

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CRC Risk Assessment 

Safety Boat

CRC evaluates and updates (where applicable) the risks associated with this area on an annual basis.

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CRC Risk Assessment 

Water Training

CRC evaluates and updates (where applicable) the risks associated with this area on an annual basis.

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CRC Risk Assessment 

Bay Area

CRC evaluates and updates (where applicable) the risks associated with this area on an annual basis.

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CRC Risk Assessment 

Iford Bridge

CRC evaluates and updates (where applicable) the risks associated with this area on an annual basis.

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Safety & Policies 

Contact Us:

Tel: 01202 484964

Email: enquiries@christchurchrowingclub.co.uk​

Location: Wick Lane, Christchurch, Dorset, BH23 1HU
 

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