Safeguarding Agreements, Contracts and Risk Management Plans
Being able to worship is an important support for many people especially those who have offended and those who may pose a risk to others. However, current safeguarding agreements do not make effective provisions for safeguarding others during the current ways of working. You can support by:
Please ensure that you are considering any possible risks associated with conducting ministry and any activities online, especially in relation to those subject to safeguarding contracts. Always ensure you consult your Synod Safeguarding Officer in relation to establishing and reviewing safeguarding contracts.Thirtyone:eight has publicised a free 15 min webinar covering Crisis planning, reviewing pastoral care arrangements, accountability and record keeping, impact of self-isolation, offering practical support, use of online platforms, looking after your team.
Simply complete the form below and we’ll aim to respond within one hour (during office hours).