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One Reel



Bumbershoot Festival 2019

August 30th - September 1st, 2019
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Disclaimer

One Reel Volunteer Code of Conduct


As a volunteer you are an integral part of the team and subject to One Reel's volunteer code of conduct. You represent the organization to both patrons and the public at large, and it is important to portray a positive image. It is important to follow the directions of the One Reel festival program coordinator(s) at all times. As a participant, you have the responsibility to help make the activity a safe experience for everyone through your behavior and conduct, and must understand the danger of not following rules and directions, and agree to follow them.

- Use of alcohol and controlled or illegal substances before and/or during your shift is strictly prohibited.
- Children, friends and family members may not accompany you on your volunteer shift unless you have been given permission to do so from the volunteer coordinator.
- Harassment of any kind is not allowed. It is not acceptable to harass others on the basis of sex, age, race, color, national origin, religion, marital status, sexual orientation, citizenship, disability, or other personal characteristics.
- You are expected to report any questionable activity and/or medical or security related situation to a staff member.
- Please refrain from making personal calls during your shift.
- Treat patrons, visitors, artists, fellow volunteers and staff with respect and courtesy.
- Conduct yourself in a manner that is befitting a positive organizational image.
- Perform the duties and tasks of the volunteer job you willingly signed up for, or communicate with the volunteer department if you need to be reassigned.
- Show up on time and dress appropriately for scheduled events and shifts. We will provide you with a volunteer t-shirt to wear while on shift. You must only wear your volunteer shirt when on shift and must NOT wear it when walking around grounds as a patron.
- Contact the volunteer coordinator immediately when you must cancel a scheduled volunteer shift.
- Stay through your entire shift and check out with both your supervisor and Volunteer HQ.
- Smile and have fun!


Volunteers who do not follow the One Reel volunteer code of conduct will be asked to leave immediately, and will be permanently removed from the One Reel volunteer program. Failure to stay for the entirety of your shift, or failure to show up for two or more shifts without canceling ahead of time, will make you ineligible for future One Reel volunteer opportunities.


POLICY AGAINST HARASSMENT
One Reel does not tolerate harassment of any employee or volunteer by fellow employees, volunteers, or supervisors on account of an employee's sex, race, national origin, religion, physical handicap, sexual preference, or on account of any other protected status. If an employee or volunteer believes he/she has been treated in violation of this policy, he/she should immediately report the matter to a One Reel staff or shift supervisor. You may also contact the volunteer department. One Reel staff will promptly conduct an investigation of all complaints or violations of this policy in as discreet a manner as possible.

CONFIDENTIALITY POLICY
Volunteers are responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of all proprietary or privileged information to which they are exposed while serving as a volunteer, whether this information involves a single staff, volunteer, client, or other person, or involves overall agency business. Failure to maintain confidentiality may result in termination of the volunteer's relationship with One Reel or other corrective action.

MEDICAL EMERGENCY PERMISSION
Volunteer must be healthy and reasonably fit in order to participate safely in festival activities or office duties. One Reel does not carry any health insurance for volunteers. (Worker’s compensation may apply to work-related injuries.) If an injury or other medical condition occurs or arises, One Reel has permission to seek emergency treatment.

PUBLICITY/IMAGE/VOICE PERMISSION
One Reel normally takes photographs, video and/or tape recordings of our programs. During activities, a photograph or video/audio recording may be taken of you. Unless you request otherwise, One Reel has permission to photograph, film, audio/video tape, record and/or televise your image and/or voice, or the image and/or voice of your child for use in any publications or promotional materials, in any medium now known or developed in the future without any restrictions.

TRANSPORTATION
If personally-owned vehicles are used as transportation to and from One Reel events or activities, the owner of the vehicle is responsible for any liability that might occur during the transportation. One Reel does not provide coverage for any property damage, personal injury, or liability that may occur while using personal vehicles. Vehicle owners are required to carry automobile liability insurance as required by the State of Washington.




One Reel Volunteer Release and Waiver Form


ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE OF LIABILITY

I have read the One Reel Code of Conduct and agree to participate in the One Reel volunteer program. I understand that festival project activities/events may involve certain risks of physical activity and possible injury, and that One Reel and its volunteer program will provide each participant with reasonable care, but that One Reel cannot guarantee that I will remain free of injury. I nonetheless wish to participate in the festival’s volunteer program and ASSUME THE RISK of participating. I agree to RELEASE FROM LIABILITY, INDEMNIFY AND HOLD HARMLESS One Reel, the City of Seattle, AEG Live, LLC, Seattle Center, and their officers, employees and agents (hereinafter the RELEASEES) from any and all claims and/or cause of action arising out of and related to any injury, loss, penalties, damage, settlement, costs, or other expenses or liabilities that occur as a result of my participation of the One Reel festival volunteer program. This release, however, is not intended to release the above-mentioned RELEASEES from liability arising out of their sole negligence.