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Your Welfare Officers

How To Report a Welfare Issue

We never want anyone to feel uncomfortable at or around any of our events. Surf should be a fun and safe place for people to make friends and get out into nature. If you ever experience something within the club that needs to be addressed, no matter how small, here's everything you need to know.

  • If you ever feel uncomfortable at any surf events or with anyone from the club you are able to talk to any of our committee members. At socials we will often have a designated sober member who is capable of dealing with any serious situations.

  • If you feel uncomfortable directly approaching our committee, we have an anonymous submissions form that can be used to talk to our welfare officers. Please know with this that if the report requires further action to be taken, our welfare team are unable to do so without knowing who to contact.

  • No matter how small or large the issue, we hope you can feel comfortable coming to our welfare officers or any members of our committee. If you have any other questions you can speak to any of our committee judgement free about absolutely anything and everything to do with surf!

  • Any reports or conversations with our committee and welfare officers will remain completely confidential, unless your wellbeing or the wellbeing of others is in immediate danger

If you ever have suggestions for the club and our socials or general issues that need to be raised, use our completely anonymous submission form to contact the welfare team

Who else can help?

Email Evan Edwards at gusa-welfare@gla.ac.uk

GUSA welfare Instagram - @gusawelfare

Mind mental health - mind.org.uk

Samaritans - call 116 123

NHS - call 111

Call 999 for immediate help from emergency services

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