child safety policy
To be able to provide all members, spectators, parents and visitors a positive and safe environment, we expect everyone to conduct themselves in a manner worthy of the Barossa United Soccer Club at all times. The role of the Code of Conduct is to outline these expectations to ensure we are providing the best possible environment for children to play Soccer.
The Code of Conduct includes:
- Members’ Code of Conduct
- Players’ Code of Conduct
- Parents & Spectators’ Code of Conduct
- Child Safe Policy
- Alcohol & Smoking Policy
- Weather Policy
- Vision Correction Equipment Policy
- Wearing of Jewellery
- Communications and Use of Technology
The current code of conduct can be found BUFC Code of Conduct 2023.
Barossa United Junior Soccer Club is committed to the safety and well-being of all children and young people accessing our Soccer Club and the welfare of the children in our care will always be our first priority. We aim to create a child safe and child friendly environment where all children are valued and feel safe.
We have appointed Child Safe Officers who are the first point of contact to provide advice and support to children, parents, committee members and volunteers regarding the safety and well-being of children at our Club. The officer’s contact email is below:
The current child safe policy can be found BUFC Child Safe Policy 2023.