Safe Sport includes physical and mental well-being, as well as your or your child’s personal safety and inclusion. BC Rugby is committed to leading by example, treating all individuals with respect and consideration, and providing an organisation, community and environment that is welcoming, safe, and supportive for all Individuals to enjoy Rugby.
BC Rugby has a number of policies that, collectively, work to set standards for behaviour and practices that deliver a safe, respectful and fair sporting environment for everyone. To view BC Rugby’s Code of Conduct, and other key policies, visit our Policies page.
Like most sports and recreational activities, Rugby comes with some risk of injury. However, BC Rugby takes direction from World Rugby, seeks evidence-backed strategies on reducing the prevalence of injuries, as well as supply education and support to coaches, referees, and other team staff to manage and avoid risk around player contact in the game.
Click on the topics below to learn more:
BC Rugby’s Code of Conduct
Helpline for Children
Reporting Child Abuse and Maltreatment
Heat and Smoke Considerations