Welcome to Safeguarding, Integrity, Health and Welfare
This area of Racing2Learn will guide you to relevant training courses if you are interested in finding out more about safeguarding, integrity, health and welfare education in the racing industry.
Safeguarding is the action that is taken to promote the welfare of young people and adults at risk and protect them from harm. As the regulatory and governing body of the sport, the BHA has a particular duty to protect children, young people and adults at risk involved in racing activities from all forms of abuse and harm, and to ensure there are clear processes and channels for them to report confidently any abusive or discriminatory behaviour.
The BHA, working together with racing’s participants, is responsible for ensuring the highest levels of integrity in our sport by keeping racing fair and clean. We aim to support all participants to comply with the Rules of Racing (‘the Rules’), whilst dealing appropriately and effectively with all breaches of the Rules.
The BHA, working with Racing Welfare, is concerned for the health, welfare and wellbeing of its current and former employees, and their dependents.
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