Child Protection Policy
PHASCA’s constitutional remit means the organisation works a great deal with children and young people.
Many of these children & young people are vulnerable with identifiable concerns and have been referred to PHASCA from Social Services or other statutory or non-statutory organisations.
PHASCA, as a Community Organisation, is clear about its legal and social responsibilities towards children & young people.
PHASCA aim to create an atmosphere where children and young people feel valued and safe in a place where their welfare is promoted.
Any concerns will be taken seriously and acted upon appropriately with due attention being paid to what the children & young people say and feel.
PHASCA will be rigorous and vigilant in protecting the children and young people using their facilities from abuse, bullying and intimidation.