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The club Crown Inn Ac has booked a match on the 28th July 2018 for 15 pegs
The club Clipstone Ac has booked a match on the 28/7/2018 for 20 pegs
The club Bedford Ac has booked a match on the 26th August for 7 pegs pegs

 

Ashfield Angling Clubs Health and Safety

This page is here to support members and Bailiff’s in understanding the clubs approach to health and safety and protection of the environment. The committee request that all member’s respect the approach to Health and Safety and abide decisions which are taken to ensure members angling experiences are enjoyable and safe and that working parties and persons working on behalf of the club are also safe, additionally it ensures that the club can continue to operate and remain compliant with its legal obligations.

View the Ashfield Angling Club Health and Safety Policy by clicking here
If you have any queries please email healthandsafety@ashfieldangling.com here

General notice to all Members:
Under no circumstances are members allowed to use or bring chain saws onto club venues
View the Ashfield Angling Club Chainsaw policy by clicking here

Additionally no members must carry out adjustments or alterations to pegs/swims and venues unless agreed by the by the committee or as part of an official working party (Section B. GENERAL RULES FOR ALL MEMBERS rule 14) The use of ‘light strimming’ equipment is permitted however,members are made aware that the club cannot be responsible for any injury or damage to equipment where the work has not been agreed by the committee.

Guidance, Policies, Risk and Method Statement Documents:
View the Safe Angling Guide by clicking here
View the Ashfield Angling Club Chainsaw Risk Assessment by clicking here
View the Ashfield Angling Club Working Party Guidance and support by clicking here
View the Ashfield Angling Club Work Party Method statement by clicking here
View the Ashfield Angling Club Accident Report Form by clicking here
View the Ashfield Angling Club Manual Handling Guidance by clicking here

Venue Reports:
View the Ashfield Angling Club Health and Safety Venue report for Thrumpton/Ferry Farm here
View the Ashfield Angling Club Health and Safety Venue report for Nostell here
View the Ashfield Angling Club Health and Safety Venue report for Cromwell here
View the Ashfield Angling Club Health and Safety Venue report for Bingham here


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Environmental Policy

Ashfield Angling Club places the utmost importance on the Environment It is the clubs objective to provide a healthy environment that fully meets the requirements of the Environment Agency code of Practice and associated legislation.
The club will, so far as reasonably practicable, provide and maintain the provisions to safeguard the environment to provide the best environment for its members to fish to retain the quality of the club waters
All activities carried out by the club shall in accordance with the following legislation, codes of practice guidelines

  • Local Authority – Trees/ Hedgerows
  • Natural England – Badgers/ bats etc
  • Environmental Agency -

It is not permitted to leave litter on any the clubs venues.
Branch and tree clearance shall not be undertaken during the birds’ nesting season.     During working parties noise and air pollution will remain below current acceptable thresholds.
Any suspicion of water pollution shall be reported to the EA immediately.
EMERGENCY HOTLINE: 0800 80 70 60
Every effort shall be made to encourage natural recruitment of fish stocks. This will include the releasing of all fish to the water from which they were caught, maintaining natural spawning areas. Where re-stocking is appropriate to supplement wild stocks and enhance sport this shall be carried out in line with EA guidelines and in strict accordance with the requirements Section 30 of the Fisheries Act.
Any sightings of non-native species e.g. signal crayfish shall be reported to the EA as soon as possible.
Environmental procedures will be reviewed annually or when current legislation is updated or new legislation comes into force or when risk assessments are amended in light of accidents or reported undesirable events.

The person with overall responsibility for Health & Safety within the club is the Chairman and will be assisted in his duties by the club’s Health, Safety & Environmental advisor

Dated; 21st April  2017                                     Review Date: 20th April 2018
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