BRITISH DISABILITY FENCING ARCHIVE

In April 2022, British Disability Fencing (BDF) transferred responsibilities to BF. This page is an archive of information previously held on the BDF website, for reference and historical value.

Operations Committee

The Operations Committee was a working voluntary group delivering the day-to-day operations for BDF.
At the time of transfer of responsibilities to BF, the Committee was led by Viv Mills, voluntary Operations Director who was responsible for the overall voluntary resource of BDF.  The Committee delivered ongoing voluntary work.

Each member of the Committee was assigned specific areas to support.

Members & Responsibilities were:

Najib Coutya & ADO Media – Website

Justine Moore – Community Engagement

Rick Rodgers – Welfare & Safeguarding

For reference, the archived terms of reference for the Operations Committee can be found here.

The Board

British Disability Fencing, was a Registered Charity and a Company Limited by Guarantee, governed by a Board of Directors. Persons involved were:

Liv Corbishley, Independent Chairman

Rick Rodgers, Secretary

Adebola Odeyemi, Treasurer

If you would like a copy of BDF Board minutes please contact us.

An archived copy of the Memorandum and Articles of BDF can be found here.

Policies and Documents

BDF published policies and documents which were available on the Policies and Documents page on the website and are now listed below for historical reference only. These have been adopted or absorbed into the BF Policies. If you require a copy of a document listed below please contact us. The Policies and Documents available were:

Privacy Statement

Privacy Policy

BDF Anti-Doping Policy

BDF Permission To Spend Form

BDF Travel and Subsistence Claim form

Terms of reference for the Operations Committee

Welfare and Safeguarding

BDF adopted the British Fencing policy on Safeguarding and Child Protection in 2018.

BDF believed that collectively as an active and sporting community the welfare of children and adults at risk is everyone’s responsibility.  As part of their commitment as a National Governing Body, their Welfare Official was Rick Rodgers.

All registered clubs with British Fencing must have a named Welfare Officer, and a Safeguarding and Child Protection policy in place.

 

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