SCF Event Sanctioning Policy
Dear Event Management Team, Organizers and SCF Partners,
In tandem with the growth of the sport and the increased popularity in cycling, the Singapore Cycling Federation recognizes the need for the development of a policy to govern the sanctioning of cycling events held in Singapore. With this in mind, the SCF embarked on a process to develop the necessary templates, forms and outline the process for sanctioning. In summary, the basis for the development of an event sanctioning policy include,
- Safety and well-being of participants
- Ensuring that minimum Safety standards are in place
- Legal protection for event organisers
- Protection for the sport and the SCF including availability of public liability insurance coverage
- Website (SCF) publication of events
- Accuracy in terms of data collection e.g. participation numbers
- Co-ordinated planning and structure of national cycling event calendar and timely onward reporting to UCI (including for securing of UCI ranking points, where applicable)
- Quality assurance of event organisation and delivery
It is hoped that for the development of the sport, event organizers will consider having their cycling events sanctioned (see policy, documents below).
For further enquiries and other templates on having your events sanctioned, kindly contact SCF at email@example.com
Singapore Sports Council Cycling Safety Resources
We are pleased to share with you on the above database system, jointly developed by National Crime Prevention Council and Togoparts. This is a platform which allows you to check against the list of registered bicycles to see it’s status, e.g. missing or stolen.