Risk Management

Risk management allows organizations to identify and assess possible sources of harm, and take steps to decrease or prevent it from occurring. It must include evidence of procedures, processes and documents which show an organization’s commitment to maintaining the safety and wellbeing of all of the game's participants.
 
While it is not possible to eliminate all the risks involved in playing, coaching, or administering sport, BC Soccer is committed to reducing the risks associated with soccer in the province.
 
BC Soccer Rule 21 – Criminal Record Checks 

All BC Soccer directors and every volunteer or employee of BC Soccer or an affiliated BC Soccer organization aged 19 years or older must have completed a Criminal Record Check and/or Vulnerable Sector Check on file in accordance with BC Soccer’s Criminal Record Check Policy.

- Criminal Record Check Policy

- Criminal Record Checks Procedures Good Practice Guide & Templates

- Youth District, Adult League & Associate Member CRC Compliance Report Template

- Club CRC Report Compliance Template

Risk Management Resources 

- BC Handbook for Action on Child Abuse and Neglect

- Respect in Sport, online Parent Education Course

- Respect in Sport, online Coach/Leader Education Course