Responsible Service of Alcohol Policy:
The Board of Directors reserve the right to decline any membership. Orange City Bowling Club has a Responsible Service of Alcohol Policy
Orange City Bowling Club Ltd is subject to the provisions of the Privacy Act 1988. The Act contains 10 National Privacy Principles that set standards for the handling of personal information. The Club has a commitment to privacy and the safeguarding of member, visitor and staff personal information.
Any personal information provided by you to the Club (e.g., name, address, date of birth and contact details), including information collected as a result of a membership card being placed in a club machine that may provide a benefit or service to you, will be protected.
The Club does not usually disclose your personal information to any other organisation or person unless there is a legal requirement to do so. The Club may disclose personal information to relevant authorities if it reasonably believes that there is a threat to an individual’s life, health or safety, or public health or safety. If the Club has reason to suspect that unlawful activity has been, is being or may be engaged in, personal information may be used or disclosed as a necessary part of any investigation and reporting to relevant persons or authorities.
The Club may disclose your information for the purpose of publicising the results of our barefoot bowls competitions and to other Clubs regarding bowlers skill level, if required.
The Club may disclose your information to third parties that provide services under contract to the Club. These contracts require the third party to keep your personal information confidential and secure.
You have a right to access any personal information that the Club may hold about you, including a right of correction of your information. The Club will generally not charge a fee for you to access your personal information.
If you require any further information, please contact Club Administration.