CODE OF CONDUCT :
A volunteer is a valuable member among the community who will have the unique opportunity to work with Animal Helpline.
The following ground rules are your agreements to the Animal Helpline:
- Being a tough job and physically challenging, volunteers are expected to word hard.
- Agenda and hours can fluctuate considerably. Generally volunteers are needed everyday; for example during meal breaks.
- Volunteers are in charge of their own health and safety.
- Volunteers should not undertake any activities if they have responsibilities towards their own health.
- Before venturing into any new cases, every volunteer should study the particular health and safety risk linking with their individual cases.
- With every occasion, the distinct task changes. If, by any chance you are unable to accomplish these tasks, you are requested to inform a member of staff in advance.
- Volunteers don’t have any right to empower the contract on behalf of Animal Helpline
- Behaving against the code of conduct will reject you urgently and for all time from any future volunteer events with Animal Helpline.
- Volunteers are strictly forbidden to use the name Animal Helpline in any advertising unless approved by the trustee.
- Engaging in alcohol or outlawed substances while working will not be acknowledged. Animal Helpline eagerly looks forward to your presence as a volunteer.