Mundaring Sporting Club Incorporated Code of Conduct
As a Club operated primarily by volunteers for the benefit of its members, all members of the Mundaring Sporting Club Incorporated have an individual and collective responsibility to contribute in a positive way to the operations of their Club.
The Mundaring Sporting Club Incorporated Member’s Code of Conduct applies equally to members and their guests, including players from other clubs visiting our Club for sporting competitions and social functions.
The Club relies on the Tobacco Products Control Act (2009) to manage the behaviour of it’s members and guests. Accordingly:
Social Media Conduct
Breach of Code of Conduct
Definitions and Examples
“Bullying” generally involves excessive use of power over others, creating fear in order to control them. It is usually repeated behaviour that is deliberate, ongoing and unreasonable, and may cause a threat to health and safety.
“Harassment” is defined as a persistent, unwelcome or unwarranted behaviour towards another person. It involves acts that a reasonable person would find offensive. Some common forms of harassment include:
b) gender-based insults or taunting;
c) homophobic abuse;
d) displaying homophobic material on a notice board;
e) indecent exposure (criminal offence);
f) leering or staring at a person or parts of their body;
g) making jokes at the expense of a person with a disability;
h) obscene telephone calls (criminal offence);
i) persistent requests for a night out where these are rejected;
j) persistent, unwelcome proposals of marriage;
k) pornographic or nude posters in the workplace;
l) asking questions about a person’s sex life;
m) requests for sex where these are unwelcome;
n) sexual assault (criminal offence);
o) sexist or racist jokes;
p) suggestive comments about a person’s body or appearance;
q) tales of sexual performance;
r) inappropriately touching a person;
s) verbal abuse or derogatory comments based on race;
t) verbal or written abuse directed at a transgender person.
MSC Incorporated Code of Conduct as 2017