Safe Sport SQS

What is a safe sport environment?

Wetaskiwin Soccer Club recognizes the incredible experiences and opportunities that sport offers to children. These experiences are integral to both community development and enhanced child development. Safe environments for children foster positive experiences and healthy relationships between athletes and coaches. In order to create a safe environment, there must be clearly established guidelines and commonly understood expectations for professional boundaries between adults and athletes, and a sense of safety for those who need to bring forward any concerns of misconduct towards children.

Wetaskiwin Soccer Club complies with all of CASA and ASA guidelines to create a safe and welcoming environment for our athletes, as referenced in the following policies:

CASA Code of Conduct and Ethics

CASA Athlete Protection Policy


What is Inappropriate Conduct?

In creating a safe sport environment, it's important to be able to recognize inappropriate conduct and know how to report it. Please see the following resources for more information.

How to Recognize and Report Bullying

Inappropriate Conduct - Steps for Reporting

Recognizing Child Abuse

Alberta Soccer Rules & Regulations on Harassment


Safe Sport Resources for Coaches, Volunteers, and Staff: 

Our club is committed to supporting our coaches, volunteers, and staff by implementing the following policies for responsible coaching. These policies are designed with both athletes and adults in mind to ensure physical, emotional, and mental wellbeing of all club members. Note: Regarding Volunteer Screening Minimums, WSC adheres to the ASA policy linked below with the following adjustment. Wetaskiwin Soccer Club requires that all members working directly with players submit a Police Information Check and Vulnerable Sector Check at minimum once per calendar year. The club will provide a letter to those individuals requiring a check to ensure that no additional costs are incurred.

Canada Soccer Responsible Coaching Movement

Rule of Two Policy

Volunteer Screening Minimums 

Commit to Kids Keeping Kids Safe in Sport


Making Soccer Accessible: 

Wetaskiwin Soccer Club is committed to reducing barriers and ensuring that all children have the opportunity to play soccer. We strive to create a welcoming, inclusive, and equitable environment for our athletes, coaches, volunteers, and staff where all club members feel that they belong and are valued, and that their voices are heard. We appreciate diversity, and recognize the valuable contributions made by all club members. Please see the below resources for more detailed information.

CASA Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion

Guide to Accessibility and Inclusion


If you see something, say something.

If you have concerns related to the safe sport environment within Wetaskiwin Soccer Club, or to report an incident, please email: .

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