Policies and Guidance

British Rowing has a number of policies and guidance documents in place to help us keep the sport moving forward and to achieve the highest standards.

The governing body is committed to safeguarding and promoting the interests of those who take part in rowing at all levels. Our policies and guidance procedures are constantly under review and we update them regularly to reflect best practice. British Rowing has achieved the Intermediate Standard for Safeguarding Children and Young People in Sport and is working towards the next level. We were also awarded the Intermediate level in Equality in January 2012.

The following links take you to the pages where you can read the policy in context or download the documents as pdf files.

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RowSafe provides safety advice to rowers, clubs, events and anyone else who takes part in rowing.

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Guiding principles Everyone who participates in rowing is entitled to do so in a safe and enjoyable environment. All British Rowing clubs, competitions and associated individuals must follow the policies defined in our policy documents. British Rowing is committed to helping everyone in rowing accept their responsibility to safeguard children and vulnerable adults from harm…

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Get in touch with the British Rowing team and find our full contact details here

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British Rowing has around 30,000 individual members who range in age from 11 to over 80.

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