Rules & Regulations for Sport First AidHygiene Proposal
It is the intention of this proposal to ensure that the First Aid Room remains clean and hygienic. This will not only improve working conditions for members of Scotch College Sports First Aid, but will also raise the image of SFA throughout the school, instilling in it the respect and trust it deserves.
Each week, SFA employs a cleaner to come and clean the First Aid Room. The cleaner's duties are to clean the toilet and to mop/sweep the floor.
Food and Drinks
All food is to be consumed outside the First Aid Room.
Drinks may be consumed in the First Aid Room, but any spillages are to be dealt with immediately and adequately by the member responsible.
All Squad Leaders are responsible for their squad cleaning up and leaving the First Aid Room in the sanitary condition it was found in. Squads will be detained by the Member in Charge until this condition is fulfilled.
Accountability & Responsibility
It is the intention of this proposal to clearly outline the responsibility of each member of Sports First Aid and minimize the loss of property.
It is the responsibility of each Squad Leader that all property belonging to SFA will be returned at the end of each Saturday session of duties. This includes mobile phones and first aid kits.
To ensure that responsibility is on squad members on duty, a record must be kept of who has taken the property. If this record is not kept and property is lost, the responsibility will be on the Squad Leader.
Currently, there are a number of mobile phones and first aid kits. These must all be returned at the end of each session. If there is a first aid kit on load to a coach due to play in progress at the conclusion of Saturday duties, a record must be made, signed by the coach, and returned to the staff center by Monday.
Proposal 4 - Rewards Proposal
Introduction: It is the intention of this proposal to specify the conditions for redeeming Lunch Vouchers
Requirement to Qualify for Lunch Voucher: Vouchers of value $5.00 can be redeemed during Saturday duty after serving for two hours. Food and drinks can be purchased from the Saturday Cadet Kiosk only. The voucher may be exchanged for any goods to the full value indicated, but not for cash. The voucher holder may add own money to the voucher if the purchase exceeds $5.00
Proposal 5 - Examinations Proposal
Introduction: It is the intention of this proposal to ensure that the conditions of Sports Medicine Australia's First Aid and Trainer Examinations are made clear. The proposal also ensures that members are sufficiently aware of the consequences of failing the examination. This will not only raise the standard of First Aid services provided by Scotch College Sports First Aid (SCSFA), but will also raise the image of the service throughout the school, instilling in it the respect and trust it deserves
Additional Note: All examinations cover Sports First Aid and Level 1 Sports Trainer Examinations
The practical exam will be scheduled at a time that will be advised closer to the date. The examination will run from 3.00pm to 6.00pm. If a member of SCSFA is unable to complete the examination within this time or is unable to attend with prior approval, he will take the examination at another time as arranged by the Teacher in Charge. Failure to pass this exam will result in the member being relieved of his commitment to the service.
The Theory Examination will be scheduled at a time that will be advised. A member of SCSFA will only be allowed to take the examination twice. The pass mark for the Sports First Aid exam will be 35. The pass mark for the Level 1 Sports Trainers exam will be 40. Failure to pass this exam after the second attempt will result in the member being removed from SCSFA.
Proposal 6 - Rules Enforcement and Sanctions
Introduction: It is the intention of this proposal to ensure that all minimum requirements are met. The need of this proposal has been brought about by a lack of discipline causing the slump in hours over the last 18 months and the constant lack of attendance at Saturday duties. Any breach of the Code of Conduct or Minimum Requirements Proposal will result in disciplinary action as outlined below.
Thursday Afternoon Service: Any member not attending Thursday afternoon first aid sessions without prior approval will face a penalty of two hours being removed from their hours served. The compulsory 25 hours still requires to be served.
Hours of Service: Any member not meeting the compulsory accrual of hours each term will be removed from the service. Any new interested members are welcome to take their place. Any member found to be doctoring the amount of hours served for himself or any other member of the service will be severely punished for his lack of moral integrity and hence have a penalty of minimum 5 hours removed from their accursed hours served.
Loss of Property: The member who has responsibility for the loss of property will face disciplinary action proportional to the crime as deemed fit by the Teacher in Charge
Examinations: Failure to pass Sports Medicine Australia's examinations will result in removal from the service