QCFC Rules and Regulations

Substance Abuse Policy

For the safety and well being of all Club Members, Players, Parents and Visitors to the Queanbeyan
City Football Club we aim to maintain a Club free from substance abuse alcohol abuse or the use of
illegal drugs…

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Club Objectives

It remains the aim of the Queanbeyan City Football Club to develop a Senior and Junior football program
that is recognized in the Monaro Districts for its quality and the benefits it provides in the development
of our Players and adult Members…

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Code of Conduct

All players of teams representing Queanbeyan city football club must follow the rules of the club and the
players code of conduct as set out below…

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Match Day Official

Although the responsibility of the Team Manager will vary from team to team in general this position is
responsible to see that all activities or league rules associated with the actual playing of the game
(other than coaching) are carried out or adhered to…

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Emergency Incident Procedure

If an incident occurs and involves any of the following then the Emergency Incident Procedure should
be followed…

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Injury Claim Procedure

If an incident occurs and involves an INJURY to a PLAYER or OFFICIAL of the team and medical expenses have
been paid or is envisaged, the following procedure is to be followed…

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People Safety Policy

For the safety and well being of all members of the Queanbeyan City Football Club we aim to maintain a
Club free from substance, physical or verbal abuse from any party both within and outside our Club…

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FFA Rules & Regulations

FFA Member Protection Policy

This FFA Member Protection Policy (Policy) will work towards maintaining ethical and informed decision-making and responsible behaviours within our sport. It outlines our commitment to a person’s right to be treated with respect and dignity and to be safe and protected from abuse. This Policy informs everyone involved in our sport at the national, state and local levels of his or her legal and ethical rights and responsibilities and the standards of behaviour that are required.

The Policy attachments outline the procedures that support our commitment to eliminating discrimination, harassment, child abuse and other forms of inappropriate behaviour from our sport. As part of this commitment FFA will take disciplinary action against any person or organisation bound by this Policy if they breach it.

The adoption of the Policy as an annexure to the FFA Statutes and as updated from time to time to reflect amendments to legislation and prevailing Australian Sports Commission standards has been approved by the Board of Directors of FFA. This current version of the Policy is effective from 21 December 2012 and will operate until replaced. Copies of the current Policy and its attachments can be obtained from FFA’s website at www.footballaustralia.com.au

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FFA Spectator Code of Conduct

A set of rules that apply to a spectator at a Match or otherwise involved in any activity sanctioned or staged by, or held under the auspices of, Football Federation Australia Limited or an affiliated Member Federation or Club.

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FFA Code of Conduct

This Code of Conduct aims to promote and strengthen the reputation of football in Australia by establishing a standard of performance, behaviour and professionalism for its participants and stakeholders. In addition, it seeks to deter conduct that could impair public confidence in the honest and professional conduct of Matches or in the integrity and good character of its participants.

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“Play by the Rules” Resources

This Code of Conduct aims to promote and strengthen the reputation of football in Australia by establishing a standard of performance, behaviour and professionalism for its participants and stakeholders. In addition, it seeks to deter conduct that could
impair public confidence in the honest and professional conduct of Matches or in the integrity and good character of its participants.

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