Code of Conduct Document Sections

Principles

  • 1.2 IMPORTANCE OF CHILDHOOD
  • 1.3 NEEDS OF THE CHILD
  • 1.4 INTEGRITY IN RELATIONSHIPS 
  • 1.5 FAIR PLAY
  • 1.6 QUALITY ATMOSPHERE AND ETHOS
  • 1.7 COMPETITION 
  • 1.8 EQUALITY
  • 1.9 LEGISLATIVE BASIS

PEOPLE

  • 2.1 ADULTS INVOLVED IN ORIENTEERING
  • 2.2 ADULT-CHILD RELATIONSHIPS IN SPORT
  • 2.3 CHILD TO CHILD RELATIONSHIPS
  • 2.4 RESPONSIBILITIES OF PARENTS /GUARDIANS
  • 2.5 THE IMPORTANT ROLE OF ORIENTEERING LEADERS
  • 2.6 IRISH ORIENTEERING ASSOCIATION
  • 2.7 ORIENTEERING CLUBS
  • 2.8 CHILDREN’S OFFICERS
  • 2.9 NATIONAL CHILDREN’S OFFICER ORIENTEERING
  • 2.10 CLUB CHILDREN’S OFFICER
  • 2.11 DESIGNATED LIAISON PERSON
  • 2.12 ROLE OF SPORT IRELAND

Policy and Procedures

  • 3.1   CONSTITUTION
  • 3.2   STRUCTURE
  • 3.3   REGULATIONS
  • 3.4   DISCIPLINARY, COMPLAINTS AND APPEALS PROCEDURES
  • 3.5   RECRUITMENT OF ORIENTEERING LEADERS
  • 3.6   EDUCATION AND TRAINING

PRACTICE

  • 4.1        CODE OF CONDUCT FOR ORIENTEERING LEADERS
  • 4.2        PHYSICAL CONTACT
  • 4.3        CODE OF CONDUCT FOR PARENTS/GUARDIANS
  • 4.4        CODE OF CONDUCT FOR CHILDREN
  • 4.5        SUPERVISION AND GENERAL GUIDELINES
  • 4.6        SAFETY
  • 4.7        INSURANCE
  • 4.8        REGISTRATION, DROPOUT AND CLUB TRANSFERS
  • 4.9        DISCIPLINE IN ORIENTEERING
  • 4.10      THE USE OF SANCTIONS
  • 4.11      USE OF PHOTOGRAPHIC AND MOBILE EQUIPMENT
  • 4.12      NOTICE FOR ORIENTEERING EVENTS

Protection

  • 5.1        AREAS OF RISK FOR CHILDREN IN Orienteering
  • 5.2        SUBSTANCE ABUSE IN SPORT
  • 5.3        PSYCHOLOGICAL STRESS, BURNOUT & DROPOUT OF CHILDREN IN ORIENTEERING
  • 5.4        BULLYING
  • 5.5        CHILD ABUSE
  • 5.6        CHILD PROTECTION IN ORIENTEERING
  • 5.7        HARM
  • 5.8        CATEGORIES OF ABUSE
  • 5.9        SIGNS OF CHILD ABUSE
  • 5.10      GROUNDS FOR CONCERN
  • 5.11      PROTECTIONS FOR PERSONS REPORTING CHILD ABUSE
  • 5.12      RECOGNISING AND REPORTING OF SUSPECTED CHILD ABUSE
  • 5.13      INFORMAL CONSULTATION
  • 5.14      SOURCES OF CHILD ABUSE
  • 5.15      CHILDREN WHO MAY BE ESPECIALLY VULNERABLE TO ABUSE