Safe Sport

The British Columbia Blind Sports and Recreation Association (BCBSRA) has a fundamental obligation and responsibility to protect the health and well-being of the organization, its members and its participants. BCBSRA takes this responsibility and any situation involving misconduct very seriously. BCBSRA and its Members are collectively committed to enacting and enforcing strong, clear, and consistent policies and processes for addressing misconduct.

We are committed to creating sport environments that are free from all forms of harm: physical, mental, emotional and psychological. BCBSRA’s approach to Safe Sport encompasses injury prevention, concussion management, protection against maltreatment, and mental health.

The BC Blind Sports and Recreation Association accepts all language contained in the British Columbia Universal Code of Conduct (BC UCC). A copy of the code is hosted here. (.doc)

The BC Blind Sports and Recreation Association has signed the Responsible Coaching Movement Pledge.

Reporting a complaint or concern:
Members with a complaint or concern can speak with the Executive Director, Jane D Blaine, at 1 604 325-8638, or can email

Members can also contact the Canadian Sport Helpline:

By phone or text message: 1 888 83SPORT / 1 888 837-7678
By email:


BC Blind Sports Screening Policy

Download the BC Blind Sports Screening Policy.


BC Blind Sports and Recreation Association Codes of Conduct
This document contains the following:

  • Athletes Code of Conduct
  • Coaches Code of Conduct
  • Volunteer Code of Conduct
  • Definition of Harassment
  • Definition of Bullying

Download the BCBSRA Codes of Conduct (.doc)