JSW

JSW
More proof that Sandy will spare no expense to make sure the Osborne family have all the comforts of home, even on the short row from shore to ship. By installing a loo on Kumari's tender, Sandy has eliminated one more of the many inconveniences of cruising with the fitting of a deluxe TendaPotti (Pats Pend), shown here being installed on the Wee Pier [sic]. Always ahead of the game, however. can it be long before the rest of the fleet follow suit? It will be some time before any can boast more than one loo, let alone the choice of three currently afforded to the lucky Kumaris, although on past form a spare loo or two might be prudent. Where will it all end up? (in the sea probably...)

CODE OF CONDUCT



LOCH BROOM SAILING CLUB - CODE OF CONDUCT
It is the policy of Loch Broom Sailing Club that all participants, coaches, instructors, officials, parents and volunteers show respect and understanding for each other, treat everyone equally within the context of the sport and conduct themselves in a way that reflects the principles of the club.  The aim is for all participants to enjoy their sport and to improve performance.
Abusive language, swearing, intimidation, aggressive behaviour or lack of respect for others and their property will not be tolerated and may lead to disciplinary action.
Participants - young sailors and powerboaters
·      Listen and accept what you are asked to do to improve your performance and keep you safe
·      Respect other participants, coaches, instructors, officials and volunteers
·      Abide by the rules and play fairly
·      Do your best at all times
·      Never bully others either in person, by phone, by text or online
·      Take care of all property belonging to other participants, the club or its members
Parents
·      Support your child’s involvement and help them enjoy their sport
·      Help your child to recognise good performance, not just results
·      Never force your child to take part in sport
·      Never punish or belittle a child for losing or making mistakes
·      Encourage and guide your child to accept responsibility for their own conduct and performance
·      Respect and support the coach, instructor, or person leading the activity
·      Accept officials’ judgements and recognise good performance by all participants
·      Use established procedures where there is a genuine concern or dispute
·      Inform the club or event organisers of relevant medical information
·      Ensure that your child wears suitable clothing and has appropriate food and drink
·      Provide contact details and be available when required
·      Take responsibility for your child’s safety and conduct in and around the clubhouse/event venue

Coaches, Instructors, Officials and Volunteers
·        Consider the welfare and safety of participants before the development of performance
·        Encourage participants to value their performance and not just results
·        Promote fair play and never condone cheating
·        Ensure that all activities are appropriate to the age, ability and experience of those taking part
·        Build relationships based on mutual trust and respect
·        Work in an open environment
·        Avoid unnecessary physical contact with young people
·        Be an excellent role model and display consistently high standards of behaviour and appearance
·        Do not drink alcohol or smoke when working directly with young people
·        Communicate clearly with parents and participants
·        Be aware of any relevant medical information
·        Follow LBSC guidelines and policies
If you are concerned that someone is not following the Code of Conduct, you should inform the Club Welfare Officer or the person in charge of the activity.

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