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Keeping Everyone Safe

The safety of both young people and adults is important. A large part of this is about being organised, asking the right questions and doing things that will help safety without taking away a sense of adventure appropriate to the age group.

Below are some links to appropriate pages on to help you to keep everyone in your Section safe.



In order to get back together again when COVID-19 restrictions will allow in our area, Leaders are required to follow a five step process. Visit the following webpage where you’ll be guided through all of the information you need to know to get your section back together safely.


Safety Checklist for Leaders

This is a straight-forward checklist that can be dealt with quickly and easily.

Download the Safety Checklist for Leaders

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Incidents and Illness

This section gives guidance on what to do in case of an incident, including first aid and reporting.

Read the guidance on incidents, illness and reporting >



Doing things safely is fundamental to everything we do in Scouting.

All you need to know about safety >


Risk Assessments

This guidance is to help you minimise risk both before and during an activity or event.

Discover more about risk assessments >

Example Risk Assessments

It’s sometimes daunting starting from a blank page, so we’ve provided some example risk assessments to help get you thinking about what you may include in yours, or how this may look.

Have a look at some examples here >


Reporting a concern to safeguarding

It’s the policy of The Scouts to safeguard the welfare of all members by protecting them from neglect and from physical, sexual and emotional harm. Read more on reporting a concern to safeguarding here

Learn more about reporting a concern >


Safe Scouting Cards

As adults in Scouts, the safety of young people is our priority. Read our Safe Scouting cards.

You can read and download all our safe scouting cards >