Health information sheet / Parental authorization

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Some REMPART workcamps welcome volunteers under 18.

These camps, if they host up to six minors, are not subject to the Youth and Sports regulations on Collective Minor Accomodation (ACM) and do not have to be declared to the Departmental Directorate of Social Cohesion (DDCS).
Workcamps hosting seven or more minors are declared as Collective Minor Accomodation to the DDCS.

In either case, the minor volunteer is placed under the responsibility of the association who welcomes them, from their arrival on the site to their departure. This is why it is essential for the association hosting a minor to have a health information sheet (download an example of a health information sheet).

It should be clearly understood that this sheet, once signed by the legal guardian of the minor volunteer, authorizes the site manager to take, if necessary, any measures (medical treatment, hospitalization, surgery) made necessary by the state of health of the volunteer.
For workcamps that are not subject to the Youth and Sports regulations of the Collective Minor Accomodation, it is also mandatory to fill in the declaration of parental authorization included in the online registration form.