Bruce Ski Club Governance and Policies
Why do policies and procedures matter?
Policies show that we care about the experience of our members and volunteers. These policies create a framework of processes and actions that link the Bruce Ski Club’s mission not only to the day-to-day work of the club, but also to the guiding principles of our governing bodies (Cross Country Ski Ontario, and Nordic Canada).
Our policies will add consistency to the operation of the club, promote neutrality, and demonstrate credibility to the public and to members of the club.
The purpose of the Screening Policy is to provide a safe and secure environment for all Bruce Ski Club members, particularly those belonging to the vulnerable persons sector, by ensuring, to the fullest extent possible, that individuals that may pose a risk to vulnerable sector persons are excluded as volunteers or paid personnel.
Volunteer Code of Conduct
The purpose of the Volunteer Code of Conduct is to make all volunteers aware that there is an expectation of appropriate behavior, consistent with the policies of The Bruce Ski Club, at all times.
Member Code of Conduct
the outdoors while maintaining fitness and pursuing a sport for life.
The purpose of the Member Code of Conduct is to ensure a climate where everyone feels they are safe, welcome and respected.