The big play that the WT take with their meetings is that they are 'family' services - they do not hold any children/youth services, which most other churches probably do.
Therefore another interesting section in the Baptist's Safe To Grow document is:
Chapter 14: Safe practice and safe premises (page 73 to 76)
14.9 Welcoming children into an all-age community
Family or all-age services
The particular challenge of family or all-age services is that no one may understand themselves to be responsible for the formal care of the children and young people who attend.
It is imperative that the parents or carers of children and young people understand the basis on which their children are attending the service.
Any parents/carers who are present should know that they are not entrusting their children into the care of others but remain responsible themselves for the welfare of their children.
Of course the WT is also very clear in terms of the above - don't they say it is always the parent's responsibility?
Picking up on what UnshackleTheChains said above - the Baptist document (page 74) highlights the concept of the Safeguarding Policy being known about, being read, and being understood by ALL church members, as part of the actual safeguarding process.
These situations highlight the importance of the Safeguarding Children Policy being adopted, owned and understood by the whole church membership. The annual review of the policy should address areas of church life where adults, children and young people come together but where no formal children’s or youth activities are being organised. The report of the review should also give an occasion for educating the church meeting and helping all church members and members of the congregation to understand their responsibilities with regard to safeguarding