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CODE OF CONDUCT
23 April 2019
Code of Conduct
All members of the club members are to be treated equally and with respect.
Members must not discriminate against others, including race/gender/ethnicity/sexual orientation/disability.
Do not behave aggressively, either verbally or physically to others.
Avoid swearing or abusive language when representing the club, either at training/social events or race meets.
Ensure prompt payment of annual membership fees and any other training/race fees made through the club.
When using social media ensure not to post or upload any material that could be deemed offensive, abusive, discriminatory or derogatory.
All officers and run leaders should have checks made appropriate to their role e.g. DBS checks
Any suspected issues related to misconduct or welfare should be reported to the Welfare Officers as soon as possible.
Training sessions/race meets and social events
All members should take responsibility for their own safety and not compromise the safety of other runners.
Always behave with respect for other members of the club and general public.
Runners should wear clothing appropriate to the conditions, including hi-vis or reflective tops and also consider use oflights on dark nights.
ICE tags with emergency contact details should always be worn.
All members should perform a suitable warm up and cool down before and after a club run.
Inform the run leader of any injuries or medical conditions prior to a club run.
Listen carefully to any announcements prior to a club run and follow the instructions of the run leader.
Where feasible and for all larger run groups, a tail runner should be appointed.
Prior to a club run session ask if there are any new runners and establish a suitable run group, buddy?
There is to be no diversion from the planned route without knowledge and consent of the run leader.
Club colours are to be worn for cross country and certain relay events.