CODE OF CONDUCT
General Information - The Standing Rules are to clarify the rules of conduct that are desirable of swimmers during training, competitions, and travel; as well as, measures that may be taken by the Head Coach to address or penalize any misconduct. Objections and complaints are to be resolved with the Head Coach, failing which, they are to be directed, in writing, to the President and in turn to be taken up by the Directors.
Rules of Conduct - The following are Rules of Conduct, breach of which are subject to disciplinary action by the Head Coach (or designate).
No swimmer is permitted on deck without a coach in attendance.
Swimmers are expected to be on deck 15 minutes prior to the beginning of the pool practice.
Swimmers are expected to assist coaches when requested to put lane lines in, take them out, and assist with any equipment as requested.
Swimmers are expected to obey all instructions and training assignments of the coaches ensuring that conduct supports the attainment of individual and team goals.
Examples of misconduct subject to disciplinary action by the coach include:
(b) Name calling
(c) Interference with training of other swimmers
(d) Disobeying pool regulations
(e) Disobeying any instruction given by any coach
(f) Actions demonstrating disrespect toward coaches, swimmers or officials
This includes Hotel staff or guests when traveling
(e) Intentional damage to training facility or equipment; to hotel rooms or rental vehicles
(f) Intentional injury to another
(g) Theft from another swimmer, facility, or hotel
(h) Possession / use of tobacco, alcohol, or illegal substances
(i) Any others as determined from time to time by the Head Coach, but consistent with the above.