The Kingdom of Lochac is supported by two corporate entities: SCA Ltd in Australia and SCA NZ Inc in New Zealand. These are the organisations that manage membership, insurance and how our Kingdom interacts with the outside world. From these two organisations we get the codes of conduct that our members (including event members) must follow. They are reproduced below, however you should check the source for the country you are in to ensure you are seeing the most recent version.
This page last updated 8 November 2019.
|All participants in the SCA within Australia are expected to uphold the standards of the Society during Events, Activities and Meetings with other participants in the Society. These standards include:
All participants are reminded that they are bound by Australian Federal and State Laws, including the Child Protection Acts of each state, and are required to conduct themselves in accordance with SCA policies, procedures and regulations governing participation in all SCA events and activities.
Participants are also reminded that sanctions exist for non-compliance with Australian Federal and State Laws, this Code and SCA Policies and Procedures, and that any participant witnessing such non-compliance should immediately report to the appropriate person.
|All members of the Society are expected to uphold these behaviours of the Society during Events, Activities and Meetings with other participants in the Society. These include:
You can usually find the Code of Conduct posted at each event, and you are asked to agree to abide by the Code when signing up for membership.