Safeguarding Policy

BMCC is a British Cycling affiliated club and as such seeks to adhere to BC Safeguarding Policies. The general principles of which are listed below.

Safeguarding and Protecting Children Policy

General Principles

  • Everyone who participates in cycling is entitled to do so in a safe and enjoyable environment.
  • All British Cycling clubs, events and associated individuals must follow the policies defined in this document.
  • British Cycling is committed to helping everyone in cycling accept their responsibility to safeguard children from harm and abuse and support them to do so.
  • This document sets out the procedures you need to follow to protect children and what you need to do if you have any concerns.

Safeguarding and Protecting Vulnerable Adults Policy

General Principles

  • Everyone who participates in cycling is entitled to do so in a safe and enjoyable environment.
  • All British Cycling clubs, events, and associated individuals must follow the policies defined in this document.
  • British Cycling is committed to helping everyone in cycling accept their responsibility to safeguard vulnerable adults from harm and abuse and support
    them to do so.
  • This document sets out the procedures you need to follow to protect Vulnerable Adults and what you need to do

Please visit the British Cycling website to see their full policy:

British Cycling safeguarding and protecting children policy
British Cycling safeguarding and protecting vulnerable adults policy