Safeguarding Policy

Since its launch, the Royal Philharmonic Society has celebrated the virtues of musicians working together and engaging with the public. Throughout its history, it has achieved this by fostering an ethos of mutual trust and respect in which everyone acts professionally and considerately at all times. All involved in the RPS – staff, Trustees, advisory Council, Members, supporters, partner organisations, charitable beneficiaries, guests and audience – are asked to embody these fundamental societal values.

We maintain, regularly review and update as necessary an organisational Safeguarding Policy which you can access and read on this page.

If you have any queries or comments arising from this, please do contact us.