Wed, September 22, 2021

WEBINAR | Safeguarding in Sport: Considering Subject Access Requests

WEBINAR | Safeguarding in Sport: Considering Subject Access Requests

Sport Resolutions, in association with Lewis Silkin, will be holding an event on considering and responding to Subject Access Requests (SARs) within the context of sport safeguarding cases on Thursday 14th October via Zoom Webinar.

Alexander Milner-Smith, Co-Head, and Sean Illing, Senior Associate, both of Lewis Silkin's Data & Privacy Group, will be delivering the webinar. The session will provide information on how to consider data sharing in the safeguarding case management context and how to manage cases effectively when dealing with a SAR.  

The event is free of charge and will take place between 2.00 pm and 3.30 pm (UK time) on Thursday 14th October.

There will be an opportunity to ask questions using Zoom’s Q&A.

Please register using the link here.

Webinar Outcomes: 
The webinar will cover the following topics: 

  • How to consider data sharing in the safeguarding case management context before dealing with any potential SARs
  • What is a SAR and how do I respond?
  • Issues to consider when dealing with safeguarding data about children or adults at risk
  • How and when can safeguarding data lawfully be shared without consent?
  • The practical steps for complying with a SAR that may be considered unreasonable
  • Principles for sharing data (matters that must be disclosed and grey areas to watch if any) and data that should not be disclosed
  • How to consider the competing interests of the person who had made the SAR and the third parties whose data may also need to be disclosed
  • Issues to consider when creating a policy or protocol to guide your responses
  • Record keeping

To view the speaker profiles please visit our event page


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