YIPT EVENTS - CODE OF CONDUCT
We want to make sure that YIPT members and guests have a great time and get the most out of every event. But it is also important that we ensure there are a few guidelines in place to make YIPT events an enjoyable experience for all attendees. To this end, the sale and use of tickets to all events run by YIPT are governed by the following Code of Conduct.
1. This code of conduct applies to all events organized by Young Insurance Professionals of Toronto (YIPT).
2. By registering for and/or attending any event, attendees agree to comply with this Code of Conduct and accept all of its conditions.
3. Failure to comply with the Code of Conduct may result in:
A. Immediate cancellation of your ticket, with no refund for tickets or any other associated costs;
B. Ejection from the event; and
C. A possible ban from future YIPT events.
4. The ticket holder remains responsible for the use of the ticket, whether or not they are the actual attendee of the event.
5. Attendees must abide by any rules, terms or conditions outlined by the venue, irrespective of said rules being expressed verbally or in writing in addition to their obligations under this code of conduct.
6. Attendees are required to adhere to all federal, provincial and local laws and by-laws regarding of use of venue and behaviour at events.
7. Dangerous and/or illegal activities will not be tolerated, including:
A. Aggressive actions towards other attendees and/or offensive behaviour;
B. Indecent exposure;
C. Fighting; and
D. Possession of weapons.
8. Respect and consideration must always be given to other attendees and any members of the general public. Rudeness, use of indecent language and other obscenities, may result in being ejected from the event.
9. Behaviour involving of discrimination on the basis or race, gender, appearance, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity or disability will not be may result in being ejected from the event.
10. Attendees agree that YIPT, its management, volunteers and members are not responsible for any loss, damage, theft or injury that occurs during any event. Attendees are responsible for their individual actions and any repercussions that may result.
11. Venue- organised security at events are there to ensure the safety of attendees, venue staff, volunteers and venue. Attendees agree that security personnel may eject attendees from any event for endangering the safety of other attendees, staff, volunteers, venue or themselves or for breaching this Code of Conduct.