The BCV's Code of Conduct
Code of Conduct
Following extensive discussions the BCV agreed to adopt a Code of Conduct to ensure no volunteer is subjected to discrimination or unnecessary treatment and to lay down standards of behaviour expected from all members of the organisation.
The Code of Conduct is reviewed at the Annual General Meeting held in January.
The Bolton Conservation Volunteers (BCV) value diversity and we will ensure :
That we treat all fellow members fairly, with dignity and respect.
That we provide a safe, supportive and welcoming environment for all volunteers.
The aim of the Code of Conduct is to continue to ensure that all forms of prejudice and offensive behaviour are excluded from the BCV. Any volunteer who feels that they are the victim of, or witness to, such behaviour, must bring it to the attention of a BCV officer.
List of Officers and Posts 2017
Social Secretary/Officer for Fun