SGAC, as a nonprofit and volunteer-based organisation, is committed to creating and maintaining a safe environment that encourages and empowers each individual volunteer to perform at his or her best.
Harassment, therefore, has no place at SGAC. This prohibition applies to harassment by any volunteer or paid staff at SGAC.
The SGAC’s Anti-Harassment Procedures are designed to:
- preventing harassing conduct before it becomes severe or pervasive
- conducting a prompt, thorough, and impartial investigation into allegations of harassing conduct
- taking immediate and appropriate measures when SGAC determines that harassing conduct has occurred.
This Anti-Harassment compliance training course will SGAC members and volunteer to recognize situations that may involve harassment or discrimination and identify what to do when they experience or witness these situations at SGAC.