Rules and Code of Conduct

Rules

  •  Understand that it is a cooperative training environment that is based on mutual help between peers.
  • Understand that each member must volunteer some time to ensure the proper functioning of the cooperative. The involvement of each member is of great necessity, no matter what form it may take (fundraising cabaret, weekly maintenance, general meeting, cleaning up, being part of a committee, helping a committee already formed, etc.).
  • You can refer to the board of directors to validate your ideas or know who to contact to participate in volunteer tasks: information@caravanecoop.com
  • Understand that this is a dynamic environment that relies on the goodwill of each individual. Conceive that all members can be called to participate in different benefit events for the cooperative.
  • Understand that, as a member of Caravane Coop, the place belongs to you and therefore, you are responsible for it.

 

  • You must agree to comply with all regulations and the Caravane Coop Code of Conduct to be a member.

Code of Conduct

  1. Anyone who trains must have read the rules, signed the waiver and paid for their subscription.
  2. Everyone is responsible for the equipment in place. After using the equipment, it must be stored in the place determined for this purpose. Acrobatic equipment should be put away after each use.
  3. If you come regularly to Caravane Coop and ONLY AFTER APPROVAL, storage of your equipment is possible. Free equipment storage rental for those who train 3x or more at Caravane Coop and for those who have the Monthly Package. Otherwise, rental of storage for paid equipment, depending on the size of the approved; Small = $35; Medium = $50; Large = $80. Contact us at inscription@caravanecoop.com for more details.
  4. Labeling required for your own material.
  5. It is PROHIBITED to use material that does not belong to you and that has been identified by its owner as "non-shareable", out of respect and for security reasons.
  6. Plastic water bottles are permitted outside the carpet or mattress area and on the mezzanine.
  7. Food can only be consumed on the mezzanine or in the lounge area at the entrance. Please pick up your rubbish well. Any food left in the fridge must be identified and dated. The fridge will be cleaned weekly and unidentified food will be discarded.
  8. Opening and closing hours must be respected. Open from 6AM to midnight.
  9. Take off your shoes and boots at the entrance. Only the shoesinteriors are permitted on the premises.
  10. Mutual aid, collaboration and respect for others are values ​​advocated by Caravane Coop.
  11. In order to ensure respect in the common area, communicate your intention to play a piece of music and agree on an acceptable volume before starting your music if it is acceptable to all.
  12. It is mandatory to go through the front door and scan their smart card per individual to enter the premises. (Even if the garage door is open)
  13. The garage door must be closed at nightfall, the radio unplugged, the lights and the fans turned off.
  14. Bikes must be tied up outside the coop trailer premises.
  15. Basic general maintenance is the business of everyone who uses the premises; washing the dishes, sweeping, sweeping, taking out the garbage on Tuesday evenings, washing the toilet, changing the roller, etc. A small action that makes all the difference in a common environment where everyone is equal and does their part. We are also fortunate to have Chantale with us every Wednesday morning for the global Caravane Coop training.

Safety

Caravane Coop wants to minimize accidents and injuries that can occur while practicing your passion. To this end, it is imperative to follow the safety rules which apply to your discipline, or which apply to the entire establishment. We urge you to be careful, first and foremost!

!!! Sanctions may be applied for non-compliance with safety rules !!!

  1. Respect for the space between devices or different disciplines. It is essential to maintain a safe distance between users in order to avoid falls, collisions or other accidents.
  2. The space necessary for the practice of a ground and aerial activity is delimited by the devices, it is safe to always take this into account. Safety in training is a priority.
  3. For professionals: It is strongly recommended to use a pit or an acrobatic mat at all times to practice. For non-professionals: It is MANDATORY to have a safety mat at all times.
  4. For safety, there must ALWAYS be another person in the premises when practicing acrobatic discipline. A person can thus communicate with the emergency services in the event of an accident.
  5. Children must be supervised at all times while on the premises. It is the responsibility of the supervisor of the children to ensure that they respect the rules and the code of conduct of the cooperative and that they do not interfere with the activities of the members.
  6. Animals are prohibited.
  7. A first aid kit is available at the entrance, on the microwave. Ice is in the freezer. Please log in when you take material from the kit that needs to be replaced, so we can ensure that the material will always be available for you.
  8. In the event of an accident, it is required to complete an accident report available with the kit. Accident reports are now hung on the wall, everywhere in Caravane Coop, in the form of a QR code.
  9. We are counting on everyone's cooperation to notify Caravane Coop as soon as a device, equipment, mattress or other appears to be defective.