Code of Conduct
The Kerry Archaeological & Historical Society is committed to providing the best and safest experience possible at all of our events. We hold insurance as a member of the Federation of Local History Societies. This scheme covers the legal liability of the Committee and members of our society, for damages in respect of accidental bodily injury/accident or property damage/accidental nuisance arising out of the organisation of our activities.
Code of Conduct
- Please sign in with the designated KAHS Health and Safety Officer (HSO) at the start of all events.
- Please advise the designated HSO if you are leaving an outing early.
- In the case of outings, please wear clothing appropriate to the weather and footwear suitable to rough terrain.
- All participants have a duty of care for their own safety and fitness for the terrain.
- Anyone whose behaviour endangers others or interferes with an event will be asked to leave.
- Children are welcome, however the Society accepts no liability for any accident/incident, which might occur during their attendance at any of our programmed events.
- Minors must be accompanied by a parent or guardian, who will be held responsible for the care and behaviour of the minor.
- While we strive to be inclusive of all, the nature of many of our outings may make them unsuitable for those with mobility aids.
- The designated KAHS Health and Safety Officer at an event has the final word regarding adherence to the above rules.
- No dogs or other pets allowed, with the exception of service dogs.