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INFORMATION FOR ALL MEMBERS
ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP SUBSCRIPTIONS AND ATTENDANCE FEE RULES
Membership is granted on an annual basis, terminating on the last day before the anniversary of the date of joining or renewal. Membership and attendance fees are determined by the committee and are set in accordance with the SPCUG constitution. Except for special courses and tutorials, the following schedule of annual membership subscription and attendance fee shall apply commencing 1 January 2006.
|MEMBER CLASSIFICATION||ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION||ATTENDANCE FEE||* COMMENTS|
Junior (< 21 yrs) *
|FAMILY||Combined Personal rates less 20% *||$5.00/person||Applies only to members living at the same address|
|At all events|
|As event leader|
|At all events|
|At all events|
|INVITED GUESTS & PRESENTERS||Nil||Nil||Welcome|
|VISITOR||Nil||$10.00 *||1st visit is free|
PROCEDURE FOR RECORDING MEMBERSHIP DETAILS
- Membership records shall be kept to ensure suitable, traceable data are available to assist in the management of the club and to comply with statutory requirements of the Associations Incorporation Act 1987.
- Data shall include the following:
- Member name
- Member number
- Postal address
- Phone contact number
- Membership renewal month
- Additional member data recorded may include but not be limited to email address, membership start date, leader status, first aid certificate status, subs paid date, next due date.
- Membership records should be backed up to ensure that data is not lost in the event of mishap or computer malfunction.
- Except as required by section 27 of the Associations Incorporation Act 1984 as amended, all personal membership data shall be treated in accordance with the National Privacy Principles (refer to www.privacy.gov.au). Emails should be constructed so that member email addresses are not available to other recipients. Use "Bcc" when sending an email to multiple recipients.
HEALTH, WELFARE AND SAFETY POLICY
Sydney PC User Group Incorporated's policy aim is to provide and maintain safe, healthy, sociable conditions for all members and invited guests whilst attending club activities.
It is the duty of all members to familiarise themselves with the NSW The Civil Liability Act and with our club's Health, Welfare and Safety Policy, copies of which are available from the Secretary and can be downloaded from the club's website.
The Committee has overall responsibility for Health, Welfare and Safety and shall:
- Ensure that health, welfare & safety are regular agenda items at committee meetings.
- Provide an inclusive, welcoming and equal opportunity environment for all members, staff and volunteers free of discrimination and harassment.
- Implement regular health, welfare & safety inspections and reviews of the club's activities and meeting facilities.
- Provide suitable instructions and notices to be adopted in emergencies.
- Ensure that the club maintains adequate public liability insurance.
All members must:
- Co-operate in achieving a healthy, hospitable, safe environment, free of discrimination and harassment, take reasonable care of themselves and all other members, seeking help from the Committee if necessary.
- Immediately render any hazardous situation safe if possible and seek the help of other members if necessary.
- Report all hazards for remedial action to the Committee and, if appropriate, to the building's administration officer on level 3.
- Exercise care and use safe lifting practices when moving, lifting or assembling equipment or furniture.
TREATING MEDICAL PROBLEMS AND INJURIES
- Immediately render assistance and First Aid as needed.
- An emergency telephone is situated to the left of the lifts on level 1.
- First Aid kit is available in the kitchen on level 1.
- Accredited First Aid personnel should be available where possible.
- If a member becomes incapacitated, a committee member should advise their spouse or other appropriate person of the incident and action taken and secure the member's personal property if necessary.
- All accidents and medical problems must be reported and recorded in the Accident Book kept in the club's storage cupboard.
IF MEDICAL EMERGENCY - RING 000 - ASK FOR AMBULANCE
Club Address: Level 1, 280 Pitt Street, Sydney near Bathurst St
Download a copy of the Health & Safety Policy