The British Shuai Jiao Union (BSJU), in partnership with SCiMA Education Limited (SCiMA), have developed the BSJU Safeguarding Standards, to align with best practice endorsed by Sport England and the Martial Arts Safeguarding Group (MASG).
The aim is to ensure all children and adults at risk participating in Shuai Jiao have a positive experience. BSJU Safeguarding Standards are focused on keeping all children and vulnerable adults safe from harm, abuse, violence, exploitation and neglect.
A key part of safeguarding is spreading the message about keeping children and vulnerable adults safe, to challenge community norms and build a community culture in Shuai Jiao of always acting in the best interest of all children and adults at risk, at all times.
Safeguarding in Shuai Jiao
The BSJU take safeguarding and the safety of its members extremely seriously. Use the menu bar to explore this section of the website and find out more about safeguarding and what measures you can take to minimise the risks to children and adults at risk in your Shuai Jiao provider.
Safeguarding Update - July 2021
Do you have a concern?
If you’re concerned about possible child abuse or bad practice by a BSJU member, during a BSJU competition or event, or in any other Shuai Jiao environment then you should immediately contact:
Your Desigated Safeguarding Officer (DSO) for your area. This contact information should be published on your Shuai Jiao providers' website.
Contact the BSJU Safeguarding Team
Hotline: +44 7760 763529
Escalate concerns to the BSJU Safeguarding Director: Robert Simpson