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Glenelg Yacht Club, South Australia

Glenelg Yacht Club harassment policy

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PURPOSE To ensure that all Committee Members, members coaches, officials, volunteers, spectators or any other persons associated with Glenelg Yacht Club enjoy an environment free from harassment of any kind including sexual harassment. POLICY Harassment of any kind is not acceptable at Glenelg Yacht Club and complaints related to behaviour of this nature will be treated as serious and will be dealt with promptly, confidentially and impartially by the Committee or chosen independent party. No person who lodges a complaint with respect to harassment will be disadvantaged because they have made a complaint. CLUB PROCEDURES Complaints relating to harassment should be dealt with as most serious and may require the involvement of an independent mediator, or the police in the case of a criminal offence Internally, formal complaints should be received by the Commodore (unless the complaint directly concerns the Commodore) On receiving a complaint the Commodore will decide whether they are the most appropriate person to receive and handle the complaint; the nature and seriousness of the complaint warrants a formal resolution procedure; to appoint a person to investigate (gather more information on) the complaint; to refer the complaint to mediation; to refer the complaint to the Committee for action; to refer the matter to the police or other appropriate authority; and/or to implement any interim arrangements that will apply until the complaint process set out in these Procedures is completed. Regardless of the process adopted, it will be based on the principles of justice where: Both the complainant and the respondent must know the full details of what is being said against them and have the opportunity to respond Decision maker(s) must be unbiased, fair and just
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GLENELG YACHT CLUB SOUTH AUSTRALIA
Glenelg Yacht Club, South Australia Glenelg Yacht Club

Glenelg Yacht Club harassment

policy

Glenelg Yacht Club Glenelg Yacht Club Glenelg Yacht Club Family sailing days with Glenelg Yacht Club are fun! Glenelg Yacht Club Glenelg Yacht Club Glenelg Yacht Club Glenelg Yacht Club Red at night...sailors delight! Red at night...sailors delight! Red at night...sailors delight! Cruising and Racing yachts... all welcome Cruising and Racing yachts... all welcome Cruising and Racing yachts... all welcome Cruising and Racing yachts... all welcome Gulf Sailing off Adelaide Red at night...sailors delight! Red at night...sailors delight! Red at night...sailors delight! Red at night...sailors delight! Cruising and Racing yachts... all welcome Cruising and Racing yachts... all welcome Cruising and Racing yachts... all welcome Cruising and Racing yachts... all welcome Red at night...sailors delight! Red at night...sailors delight! Red at night...sailors delight! Cruising and Racing yachts... all welcome Cruising and Racing yachts... all welcome Cruising and Racing yachts... all welcome Cruising and Racing yachts... all welcome Goose-winging Red at night...sailors delight! Red at night...sailors delight! Red at night...sailors delight! Red at night...sailors delight! Cruising and Racing yachts... all welcome Cruising and Racing yachts... all welcome Cruising and Racing yachts... all welcome Cruising and Racing yachts... all welcome
PURPOSE To ensure that all Committee Members, members coaches, officials, volunteers, spectators or any other persons associated with Glenelg Yacht Club enjoy an environment free from harassment of any kind including sexual harassment. POLICY Harassment of any kind is not acceptable at Glenelg Yacht Club and complaints related to behaviour of this nature will be treated as serious and will be dealt with promptly, confidentially and impartially by the Committee or chosen independent party. No person who lodges a complaint with respect to harassment will be disadvantaged because they have made a complaint. CLUB PROCEDURES Complaints relating to harassment should be dealt with as most serious and may require the involvement of an independent mediator, or the police in the case of a criminal offence Internally, formal complaints should be received by the Commodore (unless the complaint directly concerns the Commodore) On receiving a complaint the Commodore will decide whether they are the most appropriate person to receive and handle the complaint; the nature and seriousness of the complaint warrants a formal resolution procedure; to appoint a person to investigate (gather more information on) the complaint; to refer the complaint to mediation; to refer the complaint to the Committee for action; to refer the matter to the police or other appropriate authority; and/or to implement any interim arrangements that will apply until the complaint process set out in these Procedures is completed. Regardless of the process adopted, it will be based on the principles of justice where: Both the complainant and the respondent must know the full details of what is being said against them and have the opportunity to respond Decision maker(s) must be unbiased, fair and just
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