The email address firstname.lastname@example.org serves as the central point of contact for safety matters. Whether it’s submitting an incident report, incident review, or asking questions about how to approach a safety concern –messages should be sent to this address.
For urgent safety matters or incidents that require immediate attention individuals should call the 1-800 number identified at the top of the Incident Report form – 1-800-339-6643. If there is no answer a detailed message should be left. This number is monitored after hours and calls will be returned at our earliest opportunity.
Matters that do not require immediate response should be sent to email@example.com.
If there are any questions or concerns about this process please do not hesitate to contact firstname.lastname@example.org and a member of the Safe Scouting team will respond.
Thank you for your cooperation and continued commitment to Safe Scouting.
|ASM Tracey Keough||ASM Alex Aronec|
|613-868 7229||(613) 552-0367|
National Scouting Safety Information
At this link you will find:
- Safety Tips
- Scouts Canada Safety Week
- National Safety Committee
- Information for Parents and Youth
- Scouts Canada Safety Policies and Procedures
- Online Youth Safety Resources
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