Olympic documents

This page contains various BaseballSoftballUK and British Softball Federation Policies relevant to the GB Women's Fastpitch National Team programme's attempt to qualify for and participate in the Tokyo Olympic Games in 2020.
 

GB Softball Olympic Selection and Appeals Policy.
This Policy sets out procedures for selections and appeals for all players in the GB Women's Fastpitch National Team programme in relation to all ESF and WBSC competition events that have relevance to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
 

BSUK Whistle-Blowing Policy.
This document sets out a policy that makes it safe and acceptable for all BSUK and BSF employees and stakeholders to raise concerns about poor or unacceptable practice and misconduct.
 

BSF Athlete Disciplinary Policy.
This policy and procedure is designed to help athletes and national team coaches deal with disciplinary situations that occur through player misconduct.
 

BSUK Anti-Bribery, Fraud and Corruption Policy.
This policy outlines BSUK and the BSF's position on preventing and prohibiting bribery.
 

BSF Athlete Grievance Policy.
This document sets out the BSF's policy to deal with all athlete grievances fairly and without unreasonable delay and to provide appropriate support.
 

UK Sport Funding Eligibility Policy.
This document sets out UK Sport's policy with regard to making decisions on an individual’s eligibility for funding from National Lottery or Exchequer sources.
 

BSF Employee Grievance Policy.
This document sets out British Softball Federation policy to ensure that all employees have access to a procedure to help deal with any grievances relating to their employment fairly and without unreasonable delay.
 

BSF Dignity and Respect Policy.
This document sets out the British Softball Federation's policy to ensure an environment which is free from intimidation, hostility, humiliation, victimisation or any other form of harassment, and unlawful and unfair discrimination.
 

BSF Capability Policy.
This document sets out the British Softball Federation's policy for maintaining appropriate standards of conduct and performance in a consistent and fair manner.
 

BSF Disciplinary Policy.
This policy and procedure is designed to help British Softball Federation managers and employees deal with disciplinary situations at work that occur through misconduct.
 

UK Anti-Doping Website Toolkit.
This document, from the UK Anti-Doping Agency (UKAD), provides a comprehensive summary for athletes and others of anti-doping rules and procedures, plus a range of sources for further information.

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