Governance

Port Macquarie SLSC is guided by it's constitution.

Port Macquarie Surf Life Saving Club Gym

Port Macquarie SLSC is committed to helping members gain and maintain fitness so they can safely and effectively carry out their volunteer responsibilities. The gym facility and associated equipment has been purchased for use by members.

The Club Gym is available for use by all financial Club members ONLY. All equipment is to stay in the Gym area.

Expense Reimbursement

PMSLSC will only reimburse approved expenses and orders which have been passed at our Monthly Management Committee Meetings. For further details contact the Club Secretary.

Storing your equipment at the club.

As a member you are entitled to apply to the Club to store your surf equipment and/or competition gear at the Club or at the Sea Rescue Shed. Due to the shortage of space, the Club has a Storage of Equipment Procedure/Application process.

If you have any enquiries about this policy contact the Club Captain.

Member Injuries

Worker’s Compensation Fact Sheet 2014

Please read this to find out the process if you have been injured.

Workcover Notification of Injury Form

This form is to be completed when a volunteer suffers an injury or illness or where compensation may be payable under the Workers Compensation Emergency and Rescue Act 1987. This form must be submitted within 48 hours upon noitification of intent to claim. Please report in log books and to Patrol or Club Captain.

SLSNSW Workcover Claim Form

To be completed if you are a volunteer and you want to claim workers compensation for an injury or illness under the Workers Compensation Emergency and Rescue Act 1987, or you may have been asked by Workcover to complete the claim form.

Safeguarding children and young people

Our Club is committed to the safeguarding of children and young people in Surf Life Saving. One way we do this is by ensuring that our members behave in a way which creates a safe, positive and inclusive environment. Surf Life Saving’s Codes of Conduct represent the minimum standards of member behaviour and must be complied with at all times. There are two Codes of Conduct, both of which can be found in the SLSA Member Protection Policy.

  • The General Code of Conduct: includes expectations relating to respect; ethics; professionalism; complying with SLSA rules, policies and procedures; reporting breaches of the Safeguarding Program; and being a positive role model.
  • The Code of Conduct for People in Positions of Authority when Dealing with Children or Young People: includes expectations relating to positive guidance; overnight stays; language; adhering to role boundaries; transporting children; use of electronic communication; use of changing rooms; use of photography; physical contact; gift giving; wearing of uniforms; and use of alcohol or drugs.

Members are encouraged to familiarise themselves with the Codes of Conduct, and to ensure that their behaviour, as well as the behaviour of others within the Club, is appropriate. They are encouraged to say something if they see something that doesn’t feel right, or is not in line with the Codes of Conduct.

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