The safety of our participants and members is at the heart of everything we do. Whether it be your first time on the water or your last training session before a big race, the team at FRBC will always ensure that both the facilities and equipment are in top working order and the session can be run in a safe environment. We also require that everyone who joins as a member has passed both a navigation and on-water assessment so we can be sure that the highest standards are maintained.
TIDEWAY CODE & INCIDENT REPORTING
The Tideway code dictates the rules of navigating on the Thames and it is a requirement that all of our members have read it and understand it. A printed copy of the code is always available at the club but a digital copy can be found here >
If you do see or have an incident on the water this will need to be reported to British Rowing using the Incident Reporting Form >
FRBC’s Code of Conduct
All FRBC coaches, members and participants are required to abide by the Club’s Code of Conduct at all times: