Child safety: our priority!
FC Laval has implemented several policies for the safety of its members:
1. Appropriate/Inappropriate conduct
The goal is to ensure a safe and positive environment by making our members aware that there is an expectation, at all times, of appropriate behavior consistent with the core values of FC Laval. Appropriate / inappropriate conduct
2. Code of conduct
The objective of FC Laval Code of Conduct and Ethics is to ensure a positive and safe environment (within FC Laval programs, activities and events) by informing individuals of the existence of a valid requirement at all times, namely to display appropriate behavior and in accordance with the core values of Soccer Canada.
Soccer Canada supports equal opportunities, prohibits discriminatory practices and is committed to providing an environment in which all individuals are treated with respect. Code of conduct to protect children
3. Rule of two
The Coaching Association of Canada has developed standards for the Rule of Two.
Canada Soccer expects that all organizations will work toward the Gold Standard – having two NCCP-trained or certified coaches always present with an athlete. If NCCP-trained or certified coaches are not available, screened volunteers (such as managers, support personnel, chaperones, and Directors of the club or organization) should be available instead. If screened volunteers are not available, parents of other athletes should be asked to temporarily substitute. If another adult is not available, there should always be more than one athlete with the coach (this is the lowest standard and is not recommended). Read more.
FC Laval is working on a recovery plan to ensure the safety of our members, technical teams and volunteers.
In the next weeks the Covid 19 Security plan will be available to all members.