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RDA SA Policies

RDA SA values good relationships among its participants.  Policies have been developed to help riders and volunteers understand how RDA works, and to support them if they need help with difficult situations at RDA.

Some of the policies/information below may provide a useful starting point for anyone wishing to find out more about our procedures.

The Rider and Volunteer Information leaflet may be useful.

 

 Information for riders & volunteers.pdf

Member Protection

RDA SA has updated the Member Protection Policy

It covers:

Position Statements:

  • Child Protection
  • Taking Images of Children
  • Anti-Discrimination & Harassment
  • Sexual Relationships
  • Pregnancy
  • Gender Identity
  • Responsible service & consumption of Alcohol
  • Smoke-free environment
  • Cyber bullying
  • Social Networking Sites
  • Drug free Policy for riders and horses
  • Complaints Procedure, including Disciplinary Measures
  • Codes of Behaviour
  • Working with Children screening/check requirements
  • Forms for reporting complaints and allegations of child abuse

 State Protection Policy for Members and Others 2014.pdf

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Child Safe Environments/DCSI Screening Checks

RDASA is compliant with government standards relating to providing a child safe environment.  The Protection Policy for Members & Others document (above) contains information on how RDASA complies.

From July 1 2014 a new screening procedure was implemented. Please click here for more information.  DO NOT fill out the form from the link. Contact your nearest RDA SA centre for an RDA SA specific screening application form.

Reporting of Incidents to SA Police Guidelines

RDA SA is required to comply with legislation regarding reporting of incidents to SA Police. 
All incidents seen to compromise a rider's well-being and/or safety mean that action should be taken. All RDA SA volunteers are required to familiarise themselves with the guidelines.
 

 

 Guidelines for reporting incidents to the police 2014.pdf