Procedures & Policies for the Benefit of Members, Guests & the Community
The Britannia Yacht Club (BYC) is committed to promoting an environment in which the terms and conditions of membership and employment are equitable and non-discriminatoty. Each member/employee has the right to be treated with digrlity and respect, and to work and socialize in an environment free of any form Of harassment. It is Britannia Yacht Club’s intention to foster an environment free of harassment on the basis of race, ancestry, place of origin, color, ethnic origin, citizenship, receipt Of public assistance, religion, sex (including pregnancy and breastfeeding), gender identity, gender expression, disability, age, marital/family status or an offenw for which a pardon has been granted, and association or relationship with a person identified by one of the above grounds.
The Britannia Yacht Club (“the Club”) has members who have dinghy, keel sailing boats and power boats. On occasion boats are abandoned, that is the ownership of these boats cannot be established. This policy details the Club’s position with respect to abandoned
boats and the course of action to be taken.
The Britannia Yacht Club is committed to protecting privacy and confidentiality of personal information. Collecting, using and disclosing personal information in an appropriate, responsible, and ethical manner is a requirement of BYC’s daily operations. Therefore, the
Britannia Yacht Club has developed this policy describing the methods implemented to protect information provided to us.
This Policy applies to all personal and confidential information within Britannia Yacht Club’s possession and control.
The Britannia Yacht Club strives to protect and respect personal information of its members,employees, volunteers and business partners. All staff members and volunteers of the Britannia Yacht Club must abide by this organization’s procedures and practices when
handling personal information.