FFA – National Member Protection Policy
FFA – Spectator Code of Conduct
FNSW – Working With Kids Handbook
FNSW – Players Equipment Policy
FNSW – Smoking Ban in Spectator Areas of Sporting Grounds
FNSW – Hot Weather Policy
FNSW – Lightning Safety
FNSW – Social Media Policy
MFA – Alcohol Policy
MFA – Codes of Behaviour
MFA – Ground Locations
MFA – Social Media Policy
MFA – SSG Guidelines
The Law Relating to Photography/Video
As a member club of Macarthur Football Association we adhere to and support the specific Social Media Policy that the Association has in place for players, parents and volunteers utilising social media when making reference to clubs, association, referees, players and officials etc..
Failure to observe this policy may result in disciplinary action.
Please read the full Social Media Policy above.
Oran Park Rovers Football Club is committed to providing an environment that is free from bullying. We understand that bullying has the potential to result in significant negative consequences for an individual’s health and wellbeing, and we regard bullying in all forms as unacceptable at our club.
Bullying is characterised by repeated, unreasonable behaviour directed at a person, or group of persons, that creates a risk to health and safety. Bullying behaviour is that which a reasonable person in the circumstances would expect to victimise, humiliate, undermine, threaten, degrade, offend or intimidate a person. Bullying behaviour can include actions of an individual or group.
Whilst generally characterised by repeated behaviours, one off instances can amount to bullying.
The following types of behaviour, where repeated or occurring as part of a pattern of behaviour, would be considered bullying:
• verbal abuse including shouting, swearing, teasing, making belittling remarks or persistent unjustified criticism;
• excluding or isolating a group or person;
• spreading malicious rumours; or
• psychological harassment such as intimidation.
Bullying includes cyber-bulling which occurs through the use of technology. New technologies and communication tools, such as smart phones and social networking websites, have greatly increased the potential for people to be bullied though unwanted and inappropriate comments. Oran Park Rovers Football Club will not tolerate abusive, discriminatory, intimidating or offensive statements being made online.
If any person believes they are being, or have been, bullied by another person or organisation, he or she may make a complaint to the Member Protection Information Officer (details can be found at www.oranparkroversfc.com.au).