Club Policies

Registered Clubs Act Notice

Under the Registered Clubs Act, all clubs are required by law to keep a register containing information that relates to the management and financial administration of the club.

The following is for the information of Guildford Leagues Club members.

 

Player Activity Statements

Members may obtain a player activity statement that shows their spending on gaming machines over a monthly period through the club kiosks.

Electronic Sign-in Kiosk & Privacy Information

Guildford Leagues Club operates an electronic sign-in system. The primary use of data collected is to conform to the requirements of the Registered Clubs Act 1976. For more information on this system or on personal information collected, contact the Privacy Officer at Guildford Leagues Club on 9780 1303

Food and Beverages

Food and beverages are not to be brought into any Guildford Leagues Club from outside unless prior approval has been granted by Management.

Photographs

Patrons will be permitted to take images in all areas of the Club with the exceptions outlined in clause 2.

Images will not be permitted to be taken:
• in any gaming area,
• in any part of any children’s areas
• in any staff work stations or staff only area,
• in any restrooms or change areas
• of adjoining or neighbours properties
• or in any other secured areas.

* an exception to these areas may exist provided that:-
a) consent is obtained by the area supervisor on duty at the time, and,
b) that the images are restricted only to family member or other parties who have provided written consent.

Patron Responsibility:

It is the patrons responsibility to ensure that images are restricted to only include persons who have given their specific permission for the taking of the said image. General recording of images of patrons, staff or contractors randomly or without their specific permission is not permitted. Where a patron, staff or contractor complains that they have been included in an image where their permission was not specifically given, management will instruct the person taking the image to destroy the image.

The above clauses will not apply to any photography and/or other recording for which written approval has been given by the Chief Executive Officer, or his delegate representative (the senior manager on duty in the venue at the time).

The club reserves the right to refuse permission to any person to take photographs / video images at any time, regardless of this policy

The CEO will be the final arbiter on the application of this policy.

Where a patron is suspected of taking footage contrary to this policy, and refuses to display these images to the clubs management and delete or destroy these images at the request of club management or the photographed person through club management, the patron will be subject to disciplinary proceedings and removed from the premises.

Lost Membership Cards

Members are required to advise membership staff immediately of lost or stolen cards in order to protect their points balance.

Competitions

Rules and conditions of competitions held at each Guildford Leagues Club are available on request.

Smoking - Change is in the air

The NSW State Government has brought into effect The Smoke Free Environment (Amended) Act 2004 which prohibits smoking inside all licensed premises, effective 2 July 2007.

Simply put, this means that no-one can smoke anywhere inside pubs and clubs, including Guildford Leagues Club clubs. Fines and penalties do apply to premises and individual offenders that smoke inside.

Section 7 of the Act indicates that the maximum fine that applies to a person that smokes in a smoke-free area is $550.

How is the legislation enforced?

Environmental Health Officers based in NSW Public Health Units are authorised as inspectors to enforce the legislation.

Environmental Health Officers monitor compliance, investigate complaints and conduct inspections.

Individuals have the responsibility to not smoke in smoke-free areas.

How do I report a possible breach?

Individuals are encouraged, in the first instance, to take up complaints about non-compliance with the legislation at a Guildford Leagues Club directly with management at your Guildford Leagues Club. Alternatively, individuals can contact their local Public Health Unit or the Tobacco and Health Information Line on (02) 9391 9111 or email tobacco@doh.health.nsw.gov.au to obtain more information or to make a complaint.
 

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Responsible Gaming Practices

ClubSAFE Responsible Gambling Expanded Code of Practice

The Registered Clubs Code of Practice is based on the ClubsNSW (Registered Clubs Association) Problem Gambling Policy and the Best Practice Guidelines. The Code contributes to harm minimisation and conducting gambling in an environment that reflects community and club member expectations, and is a statement that the club industry takes its social responsibilities seriously. The Code is accompanied by an Advertising Code.

The Minister for Gaming and Racing approved the Code of Practice in accordance with the requirements of the Registered Clubs Act 1976 and is deemed to have also approved the Code in accordance with the requirements of the Gaming Machines Act 2001 (Schedule 1 Part 2 clause 10)

Responsible Conduct of Gambling Best Practice Guidelines

These Best Practice Guidelines represent an approach where the environment in which gambling is conducted minimises harm and meets community expectations. Registered clubs aspire to achieve a harm minimisation objective in their gambling operations by:

1. Providing gambling services and practices that conform to all applicable Acts and Regulations.

2. Promoting responsible gambling practices that conform to local community standards and expectations.

3. Establishing a patron complaint resolution process.

4. Implementing policies to encourage responsible practices in advertising and promotions related to gambling and ensure compliance with relevant legislation.

5. Developing a policy that ensures all legislative requirements related to cheque cashing, payment of winnings and financial transactions are implemented and encourages patrons to develop responsible practices in the use of finances for gambling purposes.

6. Introducing procedures for handling personal information relating to gambling patrons in a club to protect their rights of privacy.

7. Establishing a pleasant and safe gambling environment.

8. Informing and training staff on legislative requirements, harm minimisation issues, the risks of not complying with legislative requirements or not adopting and practising harm minimisation strategies and taking appropriate steps to promote patron and employee care.

9. Encouraging patrons to take responsibility for their gambling activity through an effective self-exclusion procedure or other mechanisms.

10. Informing patrons and staff of the club's responsible gambling policy and program, the nature of gambling products and the availability of support services for problem gamblers.

11. Developing links between the club and relevant community organisations that will provide support and advice for problem gamblers and their families.

Guildford Leagues is committed to the responsible service of alcohol and the responsible service of gaming.

Entertainment & Promotions Disclaimer

All information and links on this site and its publications is provided for guidance and entertainment purposes only. It is opinion and not necessarily fact. All care is taken to source accurate information at the time of publication but all entertainment, promotions, special offerings and menus are subject to change without notice. Imagery is also deemed indicative only and may not reflect the final goods, product or service.

Live Shows, Raffles & Bingo

Unless otherwise advertised, entry into live shows (other than children's shows), raffles and bingo (excluding school holiday family and kid's bingo) is restricted to over 18's.

For shows in which children are permitted, please note that for the safety and comfort of patrons, strollers/capsules/prams are not permitted inside the show venue at any time. Children aged three years and under may be admitted free of charge if they share the same seat as a paying adult (maximum of one child per adult), except where otherwise advertised.

Web Site Disclaimer

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