ECB Regulations, guidelines and codes of practice
Safety Measures for Helmets within Recreational Cricket
ECB Safety Guidance on the Wearing of Cricket Helmets by Young Players
ECB Fast Bowling Match Directives
ECB Guidelines for Junior Players in Open Age Cricket
Discipline Regulations & Guidelines
Anti-Discrimination Code of Conduct
Regulations Relating to Young Player Registration
Guidelines on Girls Playing in Boys Age Group Leagues and Competitions
The England and Wales Cricket Board is firmly committed to providing an environment that is safe and welcoming for children to enjoy the game.
Creating a culture of encouraging and listening to children helps develop an environment where children feel able to share their opinions and concerns so poor practice or behaviour can be addressed.
Safe Hands – Cricket Safeguarding Policy and Procedures
Introduction to Safe Hands Safeguarding and a club's duty of care
Safe Hands Safeguarding Kit Bag Safeguarding ‘Kit Bag’
Safe Hands Course for Club Safeguarding Officers Bucks SH Course Presentation
Sharing a Concern - including reporting template
Safeguarding Adults Policy Statement
The ECB is committed to creating and maintaining a safe and positive environment and accepts our responsibility to safeguard Adults at Risk involved in all levels of Cricket in England & Wales in accordance with the Care Act 2014.
Safeguarding means protecting an adults right to live safely, free from abuse and neglect.
The ECB Safeguarding Adults Policy Statement applies to all individuals involved in Cricket.