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Confidential point Sports & referral of NOC*NSF

The National Platform Swimming Pools | NRZ strives – together with the industry – for a swimming climate without sexual harassment and considers it important that unwanted behaviour, including sexual intimidation, is prevented and combated.

As an industry institute, we believe it is important that both the professionals and consumers of the industry can talk in confidence with an expert and receive advice.

Sports Trust
To make this possible, as of May 1, 2010 it is Sports Trust from NOC*NSF available for the swimming pool industry. The telephone number of the Sports Trust is: 0900 202 5590 and costs € 0.10 per minute. The helpline with expert care providers is available from Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. and on Saturdays from 12 a.m. to 4 p.m. There is no availability on Sundays.

Pool employees, parent(s), caregiver(s), members of a swimming club, owners or employees of a swimming school, teachers and others involved in (school) swimming can familiarize themselves with someone from outside, talk, ask questions , express doubts or complaints or ask for advice.

The Sports Trust is intended for one-off and short-term support and offers various options: from offering a listening ear to giving short advice or referral to, for example, a confidential counselor from the NOC*NSF group of confidential counselors.

The confidential counselor can be called in by the Sports Trust for, for example, victims of undesirable behaviour/sexual intimidation, accused persons and people who wonder whether they are exceeding the permissible limit. The guidance of the confidential counselor is exclusively for the declarant and the accused. This guidance is free and confidential. Confidential counselors offer a listening ear and look for a solution together with the accused, the swimming organization or the declarant.

More information
The NOC*NSF Sports Confidential Point is part of a coherent system of measures that has been set up in collaboration with the sports associations and has been working on since 1996. More information about NOC*NSF's approach can be found at www.watisjouwgrens.nl.

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