WSA DBS service open to organisations across the UK

The Welsh Sports Association (WSA) began providing DBS checks in 2016, and has since seen the service – run through trading arm Vibrant Nation – become more and more popular courtesy of the wide-ranging benefits it brings, with over 320 organisations across the UK now utilising the WSA for this part of their safeguarding duties.

It’s no wonder why, either; the WSA DBS service is utilised by so many bodies throughout the country for a number of reasons.

Tested and Approved

Our DBS checking service has been tested and approved by the Ministry of Justice and The Home Office, while also being endorsed by both Welsh Government and the NSPCC – so rest assured that the service is up-to-date and of the highest quality!

Bilingual

The WSA also offers Wales’ only bilingual DBS service, allowing us to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to enjoy sport and physical activity in a safe and assured environment.

Completely Digital

The service is completely digital, getting rid of burdensome paper copies and prolonged waiting times! Moving the system online enables a quicker and simpler process, maximising efficiency and organisational capacity throughout and therefore easing the burden of this crucial part of safeguarding responsibilities for our clients.

Non-Profit

The whole service is not run for profit, meaning that all the money made from the administrative fees we charge is funnelled back into sport and leisure to make the sector as enjoyable, safe and prosperous as possible for all!

Cost-Effective

The WSA DBS checking service is also one of the cheapest on the market. Any organisation can access DBS checks via the WSA for an administrative fee of £5.50, while our members receive discounted rates – our Memorandum of Understanding with Community Leisure UK also sees all CLUK members receive preferential rates to our service!

Open to All!

Further afield, it’s a service that is available to ANY organisation in the UK!

In order to maximise our support in making wider society a safe space for everyone, it is not necessary to be an organisation based in Wales, or even a sporting enterprise, to take advantage of the service.

To find out more about the whole range of support we can offer organisations in their safeguarding responsibilities, visit our dedicated Safeguarding page.

To learn about the general extent of perks to WSA membership, visit our Member Benefits page.

And to sign up to become members, check out our Become a Member page.

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