Club Safety Audit

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

The audit must be completed, submitted online and accepted by your Regional Rowing Safety Adviser before 29th November 2020. Your Regional Rowing Safety Adviser (RRSA) will then contact you directly to confirm that your safety audit has been accepted.

Any clubs which do not submit their audit and have it accepted by the deadline, are suspended from racing from 3rd December 2020. If there are legitimate reasons why your club will be unable to meet this deadline, it is essential that your RRSA is informed as early in the process as possible.

The audit consists of a number of sections including club details, equipment, safety management documents, first aid, incident reporting, training camps, and trailers.

In addition to submitting their audit, clubs are required to upload relevant safety documentation, including their Club Safety Plan, to their club Google Drive folder. For any Club Rowing Safety Advisers (CRSAs) who are new or unfamiliar with Google Drive, a guide has been created, below, to help manage your documents.

CRSA Google Drive Guide

This year’s audit has been divided by region and a link to each can be found in the table below.

EasternEast MidlandsNorthernNorth West
WesternYorkshireWest MidlandsWessex and Hants & Dorset
South East CoastalThames UpriverThames LondonThames South East

For any queries, please contact your RRSA.


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