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We have put together some information and guidance documents to help you prepare. Don’t forget to share your risk assessment and any relevant health and safety information with everyone involved in the delivery of your event.   

Please remember that you, as the event organiser, are responsible for ensuring the safety of your event and in order to register your event you must have completed a risk assessment and have a safeguarding policy in place. 

The CBA provides advice and support for organisers, but cannot undertake to ensure the safety of events, as every set of circumstances is different and requires a tailored approach. If you would like to speak to us about your event please contact us at [email protected].  

Safeguarding Session

Recently we held a Safeguarding Session answering frequently asked questions and sharing important facts about safeguarding. You can watch our recording below to stay up-to-date. 

Risk assessment  

To make sure the organisers and participants at your event will be safe, you must complete a risk assessment. We have created a simple risk assessment template which you can download. 

If you are holding an on the ground event you will also need to consider any potential health and safety implications. 


Code of Conduct  

The CBA ask all event organisers and participants to abide by the CBA Code of Conduct. You can find the Code of Conduct on the CBA website here or download a PDF below.