Code of Conduct
Strathalbyn Auto Collectors Club Inc
Code of Conduct:
SACC has a zero tolerance policy for inappropriate behavior.
If you experience or witness any of the following behavior at an SACC event, or on the SACC websites or social media, please report it immediately.
Abuse: Verbal or Physical
Intolerance of a person’s religion, gender identity or sexual orientation
Behaving in a way that disturbs the enjoyment of the event/discussion for other people
Any other actions deemed to be intentionally hurtful, harmful, threatening or inappropriate
We aim to enforce the right for all SACC members to enjoy their car club in an environment that is safe and without risks to health, violence and aggression.
SACC hosts many types of events, many of which are ‘Family Friendly’ and can include children.
Therefore we will maintain a zero tolerance towards offensive or obscene language or actions at events that are open to family members of all ages.
Members using excessive use of offensive or obscene language at adult-only events, to the point where it disturbs other attendees, will be given ONE warning. If behavior persists, the member will be required to leave the event.
All SACC members must also adhere to the code of conduct of the VENUE of the event, and venue security and staff must be treated with respect.
Any violation of the Code of Conduct, or any action that a SACC member finds to be inappropriate or disruptive, will result in the offending member being removed from the event. Multiple offenses will result in a termination of the membership, and a life-ban from SACC events. Severe breaches of the Code of Conduct will result in an immediate termination of membership.
SAC Committee reserves the right to revoke membership of any member, at any time.
Your car Club is always looking for ways to make our car clubs welcoming, friendly and approachable – if you have any complaints or suggestions, please don’t hesitate to contact us! Our open-minded and conscientious committee will be more than happy to address your concerns.