The safety and safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults is of primary importance to SSAC. This club is committed to providing an environment where young people can learn and participate in the sport of scuba diving free from harassment and abuse. All club members working with children have a moral and social responsibility to safeguard and promote the welfare and safety of children and vulnerable adults. The club follows the BSAC Safeguarding Policy to promote and protect the welfare and safety of both children and adults. All SSAC instructors who work with young people (under 18) or vulnerable adults have been DBS checked in accordance with the BSAC safeguarding policy.

BSAC Child Safe Guarding Policy

BSAC Adult Safe Guarding Policy




Should you wish to discuss this, please feel free to speak with one of our instructors. If you have an issue, you should contact Tom Templeton, who is our Safeguarding Officer ( email: welfare at ). The contact details for BSAC head office are in the links above.