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FMC online database
FMC now has an online database and club officers with the appropriate login and appropriate access rights will be able to edit their clubs data directly. Listed below are some guide notes to help Club Officers.
If any club officer has any queries please contact our Administrator, Rebecca Gray at email@example.com
FMC strives to meet it’s moral and legal obligations regarding privacy and personal information.
- FMC will not collect personal information for which there is no bonafide need to be held.
- Such information will not be held if it is no longer needed.
- Any person can request to view and correct the information FMC holds about them.
- Information will not be given out without the consent of the person, unless it is being given out for the purpose it was being collected:
- E.g, FMC will ask for a way for the public to contact the club, and that information will be freely available via the ‘find a club’ part of our website.
The FMC Executive officer is our organisation’s Privacy officer. For questions regarding the information FMC holds and publishes, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
We are governed by our rules.
Copies of material recently mailed to, or referred to, member clubs is available for download here:
- Exec Nomination Form Cover Letter 1 March 2021
- 2021 FMC Executive Nomination Form 1 March 2021
- 2021 Full Club Renewal Form 1 March 2021
- 2021 Partial Club Renewal Form 1 March 2021
Older material can be viewed below:
Safety in the Mountains booklet
At the FMC Online store you can purchase hard-copies of FMC’s Flagship booklet: first published in 1937 and still going strong more than 80 years later!
Club ‘how to’ resources
Available on the Outdoor Community section of our Wilderlife.nz blog.
FMC has been researching, compiling and publishing a growing list of resources for clubs, which give helpful ‘how-to’ advice for many aspects of running a club. From how to run photo competitions, gear hire services, attracting and retaining new members or trip leaders to club publications and archiving. This information is gathered as part of FMC’s wider Outdoor Community Campaign, and we welcome feedback or input to improving the resource.
FMC is asked from time to time to comment on the liability of member clubs in the event of a fire or accident occurring on a club trip. The following documents which give general guidelines have been prepared to help explain the situation to clubs.
Health and Safety At Work Act 2015
- Volunteer Hut and Track Work Liability Guide
- Club trips, courses and the Adventure Activities Regulations
- Responsibility of Farmers to Recreational Visitors: Documents from Walking Access Commission and from Worksafe
Club trip transport
Should our club register as a charity?
- Read this article