Please note that members are responsible for printing and organising the correct signatures on this form and should contact the Club that they wish to transfer to before initiating a transfer.
Clubs and Zones should keep copies of this form for their records before sending to the State Office.
Member Protection Information Officer or MPIO- An MPIO is responsible for providing information about a person’s rights, responsibilities and options to an individual making a complaint or raising a concern. They can also provide information and advice to sport administrators and complaint handlers with regard to the Member Protection Policy of that sport. MPIO’s are generally impartial, they don’t mediate or investigate complaints. They may reside in a club, the state association or a national sports organisation.
The MPIO can play a key role in ensuring your sport is safe, fair and inclusive. MPIO’s do this through ensuring club people and administrators know their rights and responsibilities and ensuring policy’s that focus on member protection are being implemented. Such policies may include but are not limited to the complaints policy and procedures, child protection policies, harassment and discrimination policies for full details on the Associations policies please see the policy tab on our website www.pcansw.org.au
There is a FREE online courses to help MPIO’s and full details can be found on the link above. The Australian Sports Commission (ASC) also have a FREE Complaint Handlers Course which may be helpful for Clubs and Zones details also available on the ASC website http://www.ausport.gov.au/supporting/integrity_in_sport
Play By The Rules http://www.playbytherules.net.au also have some great FREE online modules that will help Clubs and Zones.
This form is for example purposes only and is not a legal document. Purchasers should ensure that the seller is the current legal owner and seek independent legal advice before entering into any agreement.
To be completed for each Rally day, Gymkhana, Event etc. with a copy to be put on notice board and held on file and if any safety issues found a copy to be sent to either the landlord or local council whichever is applicable.