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Safe Squash

We're committed to creating and maintaining a safe and positive environment for everyone to play squash. It's our shared responsibility to safeguard the welfare of all children, young people and adults at risk and protect them from poor practice, abuse and bullying.

We recognise that everyone has a responsibility to safeguard and protect all young people and adults at risk and have therefore developed policy, procedures and guidelines in safeguarding and protecting young people and adults at risk in squash. These apply to all individuals involved, paid or in a voluntary capacity in squash.

Please see our safeguarding policy statement for more information on our approach to safeguarding. To access our full policies please see the links under the heading below.

Safeguarding policy

Download our safeguarding policies here:


Where to seek advice

If you have any questions or concerns regarding safeguarding issues within squash, please email safesquash@englandsquash.com or telephone 0161 438 4302.

If you are worried or have an immediate or historic concern about a child or at risk adult’s safety then please call the NSPCC Helpline number – 0808 800 5000.

WATCH: find out more about safeguarding and child protection.

Safeguarding Education & Training Requirements

If you are thinking of taking on a role within squash whether that's as a welfare officer, coach, official or volunteer, it is a good idea to understand what training and education you may require to fulfill your safeguarding responsibilities. There are a number of different training courses that you can take. Use our interactive training matrix to understand more about each of the training courses. You can even click the links on them and book a course today. If you would like more information you can view our full training matrix.

Thinking of becoming a welfare officer? Watch the video above to find out more about the welfare officer role.

Safeguarding forms and guidance

The following forms and guidance have been developed to provide everyone involved in squash and squash 57 the tools to ensure best practice:

Child Protection in Sport Protection Unit (CPSU)

Visit the CSPU website for advice on guidance on keeping children safe.