1. The purpose of this document is to set out the standards of behaviour expected from all those who engage in activity relating to
Wainsgate Chapel (“Colleagues”). This includes members, trustees, committee members, volunteers, studio holders, anyone hiring part of the building and any visitor .
2. When engaged in any activity relating to Wainsgate Chapel, a
a. act with honesty and integrity;
b. act in accordance with:
i. any relevant policies and procedures of Wainsgate Chapel, as published on the website of Wainsgate
Chapel from time to time;
ii. any reasonable instructions given by a trustee or committee member, which relate to the relevant
iii. the purpose and values of Wainsgate Chapel, as
published on the website of Wainsgate Chapel from time
c. treat others with fairness and respect;
d. make a trustee or committee member aware of any inappropriate conduct the Colleague suspects may have
occurred, which relates to Wainsgate Chapel;
e. discharge their responsibility to Wainsgate Chapel in a safe, competent and timely manner.
3. When engaged in any activity relating to Wainsgate Chapel, a Colleague must not:
a. bring Wainsgate Chapel into disrepute;
b. engage in any activity that may cause physical or mental harm or distress to another person (including verbal abuse, physical abuse, assault, bullying, discrimination or harassment);
c. damage or misappropriate any property that does not belong to the Colleague; or
d. engage in any illegal activity.
4. If the trustees of Wainsgate Chapel become aware of a breach of the requirements set out in paragraphs 2 and 3 above, they shall
consider whether to terminate the relationship between Wainsgate Chapel and the relevant Colleague(s).
15 March 2023