Code of Conduct – All members
We are nice people and we play fair. That’s basically our code of conduct!
But this means being nice to everyone and being fair to everyone too.
The Policy is a single page of A4 – Code of Conduct – Members
Code of Conduct – Leaders, Coaches, Officials & Volunteers
There are just a few additional things club officials need to be aware of – these are listed here: Code of Conduct – Officials
Social Media Usage – All members
With an increasing reliance on our Facebook group for club communication – please be aware that any posts to the club group can be seen by the entire membership. Nobody should feel hurt or upset by anything posted – and if anyone does find any post troubling, please report it as soon as possible.
Social Media Policy Guidelines are on a single sheet of A4 – Social Media Policy
As a club, we recognise our responsibility (and yours!) for health and safety when running.
Here’s our policy: Lymm Runners H&S Policy
Incident Handling Policy
This is primarily aimed at Run Leaders – it describes priorities when handling an incident – what to do if there is an accident, a runner gets separated from the group or a farmer gets mad at you…
The following documents present the same information; one as a diagram; one as a written description:
We have three assessments of risks affecting our regular running sessions:
- Lymm Runners Risk Assessment – Run Groups – this covers all regular run sessions
- Lymm Runners Risk Assessment – Track or Beginners Sessions– this covers track sessions (grass track at LHS and/or Victoria Park), and also Beginners sessions – at any location
- Lymm Runners Risk Assessment – Run Leaders – for run leaders, the liability risks of leading a run
Event-specific risk assessments are available on request.