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Joint and Multi-Club Group Activity Sign-in Sheet Policy

 

 

NEW POLICY ON JOINT  ACTIVITIES (10-13-2016)

      There is  now  an  updated official   policy on  joint  activities.  This  policy  is  based on input  from  our insurance  company and  liability  concerns.
      Joint trips  will only  be  permitted if the  other   entity  has   liability  insurance . Proof  of  the  coverage   must be obtained  by the  OCSJ  leader.
      Overnight activities, which charge money,  require all  participants to be OCSJ  members.
      Trips  which  were  scheduled  prior to this  policy will be  excluded,  but all  future  entries   must  follow  this   policy.
       Our  Insurance  agent  has  stated all  OCSJ members and  members of the other  organization involved in the joint activity  must sign  our Sign In &   Waiver  form. 
        If other   group has a similar  form and  requests   OCSJ  members  sign  , OCSJ  members  should follow their policy.
        The  guest policy  will still allow a non-member to come on  1 activity before  membership is required..

OCSJ Non-member participation Policy

 

 

1.  OCSJ is a member organization. Membership funds pay for insurance and other Club overhead. However, prospective members and guests of OCSJ members may try one regular activity from each of our activity sections without joining.  Thereafter they must join to be eligible for the hundreds of activities and events available every year.

 

2. Participants on trips which charge money must be members of OCSJ, except where the trip is a joint trip with another club and the participant is a member of that club.  Members of OCSJ may bring guests on a day trip charging money.  Participants on overnight trips charging money must always be an OCSJ member. 

OCSJ activity participation by minor children (under 18) policy

Parents or designated adults THAT ARE CURRENT OCSJ FAMILY MEMBERS are responsible for minor children (under 18) and must sign for them and accompany them.

NOTE AT THIS TIME THE MINIMUM AGE FOR  PARTICIPATION IN A CLUB ACTIVITY IS  DETERMINED BY THE ACTIVITY LEADER BASED ON SAFETY  CONCERNS

The OCSJ Board of Trustees has officially adopted

the Leave No Trace principles

Leave No Trace is a national and international program designed to assist outdoor enthusiasts with their decisions about how to reduce their impacts when they hike, camp, picnic, snowshoe, run, bike, hunt, paddle, ride horses, fish, ski or climb.

The program strives to educate all those who enjoy the outdoors about the nature of their recreational impacts as well as techniques to prevent and minimize such impacts.

Leave No Trace is best understood as an educational and ethical program, not as a set of rules and regulations.

OCSJ Budgets

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