"CRB Checks for UK Re-enactment Groups" Topic
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|Guthroth||21 Jul 2009 1:14 a.m. PST|
Over on the British gaming board is a lively debate about upcoming changes to the CRB requirements which may have a big impact on wargame clubs and shows -
As a side debate it may have major implications for re-enactment groups as well.
Could someone from a UK group who has experience of the new requirements please share their thoughts here ?
PS Or in private on guthroth @ colanhomm . org if you prefer
|hurcheon ||21 Jul 2009 1:51 p.m. PST|
What about crossing borders? Does a Scottish disclosure cover you in England and Wales or vice versa?
Bloody Daily Mail
|hurcheon ||21 Jul 2009 2:01 p.m. PST|
the group I used to be mainly active in mentions it on their website
The Vikings (once NFPS)
This might also be of interest in a macabre way, a Local Government Risk assesment for an event
| Saber6 ||21 Jul 2009 2:37 p.m. PST|
8 PAGES! I don't think that would fly in my local. And we have "living History" events with black powder.
|Guthroth||22 Jul 2009 1:17 a.m. PST|
Scottish disclosures stop at Hadrians wall wall I'm afraid
That Risk Assessment is fairly standard I'm afraid. Interesting though.
|hurcheon ||22 Jul 2009 1:49 a.m. PST|
No running in mail
Beware the evil combs. If they are sharp I assume carding combs for wool mind
|GarrisonMiniatures||22 Jul 2009 2:46 a.m. PST|
CRB checks are 'job specific' and go with the post. For a club, I would think this means that you need at least one new CRB check a year for each member of a clubs executive as they change roles. The point is, with junior members the executive and committee would be deemed as the ones responsible for running things.