Code of Conduct

  • Respect for each other and all participants
  • Respect for and safe care of equipment
  • Members to be dressed appropriately for the activity
  • No use of bad language on any site, activity or venue
  • Safety rules to be adhered to at all times
  • The range will be controlled by a team member. (A team leader if a major event using more than one instructor. No exceptions)
  • All damages to be reported as soon as possible and ensure repairs are carried out promptly.
  • Instructors to be vigilant at all times both on and off the range
  • Instructors to be aware and considerate of other range users

Team Rules

  • No smoking on the range
  • No mobile phones to be used on the range
  • Any mobile carried for emergency reason must be switched to silent
  • Where team radios are required these are not to be misused
  • When on the range instructing, items of team uniform to be worn
  • Team uniform is not to be swapped, exchanged or disposed of to any non team member
  • Full team uniform must be worn at opening and closing ceremonies or any other special or formal event where the team is represented
  • Session logs to be kept up to date and where possible independently verified
  • Health form to be completed and filed with team administrator
  • CRB number and date must be recorded on Health Form
  • Copy of First Aid Certificate to be filed with team administrator
  • Copy of Archery Certificate or GNAS to be filed with team administrator
  • Under 18’s must complete a permission to camp form signed by a parent for each camp, event or activity
  • Under 18’s are not allowed to instruct without a responsible adult in attendance
  • New team members to be invited following introduction
  • Training must be completed prior to joining the team
  • New members to be accepted by the majority of the team unless there is an exceptional objection
  • A team member will be asked to leave the team should any non compliance of the standards be found and following a meeting of the majority of the team
  • The senior instructors will form an arbitration panel if and when the need arises
  • Team members must be CRB checked through either The Scout or Guide Associations
  • Team members must agree and sign the code of conduct and a copy be filed with the team administrator