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Constitution, Bylaws, Policies, Procedures, Rules, and Tikanga  

At Tokoroa Golf Club, we have developed a constitution, bylaws, policies, procedures, rules and tikanga pursuant to the fundamental lawful duties and obligations of an incorporated society.  

It is a requirement of membership of the Tokoroa Golf Club Incorporated that those who are, or wish to be, members of the Tokoroa Golf Club Incorporated avail themself of all constitutions, bylaws, policies, procedures, rules and tikanga pursuant to the fundamental lawful duties and obligations of an incorporated society.  

HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICIES

At Tokoroa Golf Club, we have developed a constitution, bylaws, policies, procedures, rules and tikanga pursuant to the fundamental lawful duties and obligations of an incorporated society.

 

See the existing health and safety policies below pursuant to the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 and its subsequent amendments.  This Health and Safety page was last edited on or about Tuesday the 29th of August 2023 and contains the current Health and Safety policies of the Tokoroa Golf Club Incorporated.

It is a requirement of membership to the Tokoroa Golf Club Incorporated that members avail themselves of these Health and Safety Policies.  

Document Control.

PURPOSE

The Tokoroa Golf Club Incorporated will their website and its databases to manage, record and action changes to the health & safety management system. As changes are required, the replaced/altered version of these changes will be filed and accessable online, providing the most up to date and considered version of these registers and policies. These online Health and Safety registeries and databases will be reviewed quaterly by the Supervisor of Health and Safety, the Executive Committee, and the relevent Health and Safety Sub Committee of the Tokoroa Golf Club Incorporated.

OBLIGATIONS

  1. The requirement to keep records of all Health and Safety matters is a fundemental lawful obligation of all Persons Conducting a Business or Undertaking (PCBU) pursuant to s. 57 of the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 No 70 (as at 24 August 2023), Public Act 57 Requirement to keep records – New Zealand Legislation.


  2. Failure to do so is an offence and officers and the PCBU are liable on conviction for EACH OFFENCE to pay a fine:


    1. for an individual, to a fine not exceeding $5,000; and

      1. for any other person, to a fine not exceeding $25,000;


FOR EACH OFFENCE.

ACTIONS

Actions identified to implement this policy and for the club to meet their fundamental lawful obligations and duties are as follows:


  • Set up the structures of monitoring all elemens of risk and hazard on site.

  • Audit on a regular basis theses systems, controles, and approaches to ensure they are fit for purpose and reasonably practicable.

  • Engage workers in the audit or policy development process.

  • Engage stakeholders in the audit or policy development process.

  • Install the relevent controls.

  • Finish and update the Health and Safety Policy Database.

  • Train officers, workers, and members on how to engage in the Health and Safety System.

WORKER ENGAGEMENT OUTCOMES

In Progress.

STAKEHOLDER SUBMISSIONS

In Progress.

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