Club Safety Audit

The Club Safety Audit is a recognised part of each club’s affiliation and is launched in October each year for online submission

The annual Safety Audit process went live on Monday, 10 October 2022 and all British Rowing affiliated clubs were provided with instructions on how to complete the Audit. The deadline to submit a Safety Audit was Wednesday, 16 November 2022. Affiliated clubs were then given a grace period until Tuesday, 6 December 2022 to submit their audit if they hadn’t done so already. The remaining clubs are now suspended until they complete their Safety Audit to the satisfaction of the Regional Safety Advisors.

This means that clubs who have not currently completed a Safety Audit and had it approved by their Regional Rowing Safety Adviser (RRSA) will not be allowed to enter crews into British Rowing affiliated competitions and their access to BROE2 has been revoked. These clubs are listed below.

Clubs will also not be permitted to race in any competitions that they have already entered. All clubs who submit a Safety Audit and have it approved by their RRSA will have the temporary suspension lifted and will regain access to BROE2.

If your club is on this list please email [email protected] and we will give you the necessary information to complete the Safety Audit process.


  • Brightlingsea Coastal RC


  • Gateshead Community RC

Thames Upper

  • RowZambezi Sculling Club
  • City of Oxford College (Activate Learning) BC
  • Aurum 1947 BC

South East Coastal

  • Hastings and St Leonards RC

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