Code of Conduct
The Randwick Archery Club aims to provide an environment where people are treated with fairness, dignity, and respect. We want to promote the sport of archery with the goal of providing a safe, enjoyable, and inclusive environment for all those involved.
The following rules and guidelines are expected of all those participating in the sport of archery as a
member of the Randwick Archery Club. These rules and guidelines apply to all members whether
participating at the club’s “home range” at 168 Randwick Road, Moera, Lower Hutt or while attending any other location while representing the Randwick Archery Club. Members will
- Adhere to the established safe shooting rules explained to them while either undertaking, or having previously completed, a beginners course or a range assessment by a senior club member.
- Take reasonable care of their own health and safety and those they are legally responsible for.
- At all times behave in a respectful, courteous manner towards of all other members around them while participating in the sport of archery.
- Not use or be found to be under the influence of any substance that may impair your ability to participate in the sport of archery safely.
- Operate within the rules of the archery, and the principles of fair play, while encouraging others to do the same.
- Be appreciative of officials/referees, coaches, supervisors, and team managers, and respect their decisions.
- Ensure those members under the age of 18 have adequate supervision from a parent or guardian while participating in the sport of archery.
Treatment of others:
The Randwick Archery Club takes a zero-tolerance approach to any form of violence, harassment, bullying, or discrimination towards its members or those participating in the sport of archery. If a member is found to be behaving in a manner that contravenes this stance, the committee will review the individual’s membership. This may result in that membership being terminated and/or the individual being prohibited from using the facilities again.
For a complete description of what behaviour can be interpreted as bullying, harassment, or discrimination, this can be found on https://sportnz.org.nz/resourc... in policy 5 & 6.