Activities Codes of Practice

Codes of Practice and your Participation

By being a member of a Sport or Society you may be participating in activities which involve an above average element of risk, in an environment where professional medical care and rescue services may not be immediately available. You are responsible for ensuring that you understand the exact nature of each activity you undertake, the risks involved and the equipment needed for your safe participation. You should never participate in an activity where you are unsure of any of the above.

If in doubt ask the Sport/Society Committee members or the Opportunities Manager for further information. It is your responsibility to notify your next of kin of your desire to participate before taking part. And If you have a medical condition or previous injury that may affect your safe participation you must inform the Sport/Society Committee, Club Captain, Coach, Trip Organiser or Activity Leader before taking part. The benefits of your membership are conditional upon your proper conduct and therefore can be withdrawn if you breach The Students' Union at UWE values or policies; for more information please see the Opportunities codes of conduct below.

All Sports & Activities Codes of Practice 

All Sports & Societies members must read and abide by the following Code of Practice or their Club Specific one listed below.

Club Specific Codes of Practice

Societies

INSURANCE POLICY DOCUMENTS

  • Basic (Societies)
  • Essential (Physical Activity Societies - Airsoft | Paintball | Pole Fitness | Quidditch | SAGUWE | Skateboard | Yoga)
  • Elite (Sports Clubs)

All members of Sports and Societies must uphold the values of The Students' Union at UWE

Your membership maybe be withdrawn if you breach any other The Students' Union at UWE policy or procedure.