Including all relevant terms and conditions.
“The Organiser” – [British Triathlon, PO BOX 25, Loughborough, Leicestershire, LE11 3WX]
“The Event” – 2019 Big Weekend to be held on 7th and 8th September 2019.
“The Volunteer” – each individual who wishes to volunteer at The Event and has submitted their application and relevant personal data via the designated registration process.
- Conditions of Registration
By completing the registration process volunteers are agreeing to abide by the following terms and conditions.
- Completion of Registration process
It is the Volunteer’s responsibility to provide accurate and truthful information when completing the registration process, any errors in data entered and any consequence that arises as a result of such error, will be the responsibility of the Volunteer.
- Confirmation of Registration
Upon completion of the registration process your appointment as a volunteer to the Event will be confirmed via email to the email address provided. Subsequent emails will provide further detail about Event timings, the role that you have been assigned, the day(s) that you will be volunteering, briefing information and details about where to report.
- Making Changes to Your Information
It is possible to change your email, postal address, or contact number. Please contact the Volunteer Team (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Volunteer Code of Conduct
Once you are confirmed as a volunteer for the event, you will be required to comply with the ‘Volunteer Code of Conduct’ which is contained within the ‘Volunteer Handbook’, which will be provided to all volunteers approximately three weeks before the Event. The Code of Conduct will:
- include our expectations of our volunteers;
- outline the level of support that you can expect from us;
- include details of any organisational policies, guidelines and procedures - including all aspects of equal opportunities, health and safety, data protection and safeguarding
As a volunteer, it is essential that everyone you encounter while discharging your volunteer duties is treated with dignity and respect. No form of harassment, bullying or discrimination will be tolerated. Volunteers are expected to work in partnership with other volunteers, staff, Event officials, Event security, spectators and the general public.
- Young Volunteers
- We cannot accept applications from anyone under 16 years of age on 8 June 2019.
- Volunteers aged 16 or 17 must have parental permission to volunteer.
- Disabled Applicants
We welcome individuals with a disability to register to volunteer with us and are committed to ensuring you have the support you require to fulfil your role. Please get in touch with the Volunteer Team (email@example.com) to discuss your application with us.
No animals apart from registered service dogs can accompany a volunteer
- Alcohol and Smoking
Alcohol is not permitted and must not be consumed during the Event. Smoking is not permitted at the Event.
The organisers retain the right to use quotes, images, photographs and video taken by their contracted photographers and employees at the event without informing the Volunteer including those under 18 years of age. These images will only be used for the purposes of promoting, reporting and broadcasting the event, and any other promotion related to the business activities of the Organiser.
Any individual who does not wish to have their image used by the organiser for these purposes must inform the organiser via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) no later than 5pm on FRIDAY 30TH AUGUST 2019 – i.e. one week prior to the event. Notification closer to, or after the Event, can be made and the Event Organiser will use its best endeavours to prevent images of that individual being used but in these circumstances cannot guarantee it.
- Medical Conditions & Information
All volunteers are required to provide emergency contact details as part of the registration process, and to disclose any known medical conditions to the Event Organiser.
It is the Volunteer’s responsibility to ensure they have the right level of physical ability to volunteer. If you know that you have, or are concerned that you might have, a medical condition which might interfere with your volunteering at the Event, then before you apply to register you should seek advice from a relevant medical professional and follow that advice.
Volunteering at the Event is at the volunteer’s own risk and must take care of his or her own health and wellbeing and that of the other volunteers and participants in the Event.
The Organiser shall not be liable to the Volunteer for any loss of or damage to personal property or equipment belonging to the Volunteer.
- Collection & use of data
The Event Organiser intends to use the Volunteer’s personal details provided in his/her Online Registration Form and for the following purposes:
(i) Event administration:-
(a) The Event Organiser requires a record of each volunteer’s registration details including third party emergency contact details for internal administration purposes to properly conduct and to safely administer the Event.
(b) The volunteer agrees to receive emails/SMS/postal communications from ITU World Triathlon Leeds and British Triathlon and the Home Nation Associations (Triathlon England, Triathlon Scotland, Welsh Triathlon) containing Event related information and updates before and after the event.
(c) The Event Organiser will also keep records of medical information in order to be able to properly treat the Volunteer if the need arises. This information (and all other personal data) will be kept confidential and only shared with medical personnel or teams allocated to the Event that have a specific need to know the information.
(ii) E-mail/SMS/Postal communications
The volunteer acknowledges and agrees that The Event Organiser may send e-mail, post or SMS notifications following the Event inviting the Volunteer to submit or renew his/her registration for any future events.
The legal basis for processing your personal data (as required by the General Data Processing Regulation) is that the processing is necessary for the administration of a contract between the Volunteer has with the Event Organiser, namely these terms and conditions with make up the ‘Volunteer Engagement Contract’ in respect of the 2019 Big Weekend to be held on 07/09/19 and 08/09/19.
- Health commitment statement
This Health Commitment Statement sets the standards that the Organiser and the Volunteer can reasonably expect from each other in regards to the health of the volunteer.
Our commitment to you;
We will respect your personal decisions and allow you to make your own decisions about what level of volunteering you can carry out. However, we ask you not to volunteer beyond what you consider to be your own abilities.
We will make all reasonable steps to ensure first aid is available at event to an industry standard.
Your commitment to us;
You should not take on a volunteer role which is beyond your own abilities. If you know or are concerned that you have a medical condition which might interfere with your safe volunteering at our event, before you register you should seek advice from a relevant medical professional and follow that advice.
It is the decision of the Volunteer, and not the Event Organiser, to determine whether he or she is fit enough to volunteer. If the Volunteer is in any doubt, the volunteer should seek medical advice.
You should let us know immediately, if you feel unwell whilst volunteering, there will be first aid provision in attendance at our events.