WARC's in-house policies
- This policy provides a broad framework upon which our specific rowing-related policies are based.
- Particularly useful for dispute resolution and Club/Rowing WA/Rowing Australia relations
- This is the standard no smoking, responsible service of alcohol policy which protects WARC and members.
- This policy provides an outline of the responsibilities WARC has to coaches and members.
- This policy provides an outline of how the club should aim to manage new members and visitors.
- Athletes aged under 18 may have special requirements in terms of safety, supervision and access. This policy outlines the strategies the club can employ to address those requirements, in addition to the Member Protection Policy.
This can be summarised with the following:
- You don't live at the Club, so don't sleep there
- You don't own the Club's stuff, so don't "borrow" it for personal use. You'll probably find that's called stealing
- This policy includes river rules and regulations around training
- This policy details systems for reporting damage and boat allocations, including the use of dinghys and naming protocols for new boats.
- Own a boat? Space is at a premium at WARC (when is it not!) so our private equipment policy aims to provide guidance on balancing athlete requirements with the best interests of the Club as a whole.
- This policy details both the roles and responsibilities of Life Members, and the criteria which is applied to this honour. To find out who our life members are now and in the past, check out our Honour Role.
- This Policy captures club use of Web 2.0 mediums of communication as well as preferred modes of information distribution between the club and members, and between the membership. It also incorporates personal publications regarding the WA Rowing Club.
- This policy outlines roles and responsibilities of the treasurer and appropriate use of club funds for member benefits.