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Information has been provided as complete and in good faith without any express or implied warranty and is subject to change and is as up-to-date as our resources permit.
The information about services and worship centres of The Salvation Army are specific and relevant to The Salvation Army in the Australia Territory and may vary throughout other Salvation Army Commands and are as up-to-date as advised.
Terms & Conditions
- The Salvation Army reserves the right to change the Terms & Conditions without notification of change.
- All logos and slogans are subject to copyright obligations to The Salvation Army and, along with all information, text, graphics, advertisements, audio, and multimedia found on this site are not to be copied, reproduced, reused, reposted, repurposed, transmitted, adapted, republished, broadcast, distributed or uploaded without written authorised permission.
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- The information on this site has been provided for personal, non-commercial use only, to provide information on the Mission and Ministry of The Salvation Army.
- Information on services of The Salvation Army provided on this site is provided for the generic assistance of the public. The information on this site should in no way be interpreted as professional advice, instruction or opinion on your personal circumstances. Please contact an appropriate health or social services professional for advice specific to your situation.
Event Volunteer Agreement
I will be undertaking a volunteer role at The Salvation Army (TSA) and will perform all duties on a voluntary basis and understand this means I will not be paid for my work
I will only undertake duties which I am authorised to do and will only complete tasks under the direction of the TSA Event Manager
I understand I can download and read TSA’s Volunteer Handbook online
I understand that as a volunteer I will not be covered by Workers Compensation Insurance, but will be covered under TSA’s Personal Accident Insurance for the duration of the event
If I become aware of any health and safety issues/incidents or potential hazards, I will report this to the TSA Event Manager as soon as possible, and before leaving the event
I will not disclose any confidential information relating to TSA, even after the conclusion of my volunteering, unless required by law
I will abide by The Salvation Army’s child safe policies and committed to creating a safe culture by taking action to protect and promote the wellbeing of children and young people
The Salvation Army Policies
Please be aware of the following Salvation Army’s policies.
If any problems arise, please contact your supervisor or the manager of the centre so that any concerns can be dealt with speedily.
The Salvation Army requires that staff and volunteers behave in an ethical and professional manner at all times. This includes, but is not limited to, avoiding situations which may be construed as constituting sexual misconduct, bullying or harassment. We require all volunteers to act in a manner that is in line with our mission and values as a Christian organisation.
Bullying and Harassment
The Salvation Army has a zero tolerance policy on bullying and harassment. Should any volunteer be found to be conducting themselves in this way, whether with a fellow volunteer, client, resident or employee of the Salvation Army, they will be requested to leave and further action may be taken.
Occupational Health & Safety
All volunteers are expected to follow direction and work within the framework of the task agreed to. If acting outside those guidelines is seen as negligent, then they will be personally responsible for any incident that might occur.
The Salvation Army believes that privacy is an important individual right and is important to its clients. It is committed to ensuring that all personal information provided is handled properly and with all due care. The Salvation Army complies with the National Privacy Principles and the Privacy Act 1988.