The Club Bylaws are the rules governing the internal affairs of the Kotahitanga Netball Melbourne.

They are the operating procedures that determine the conduct and direction of the organisation as approved by the Club members.

This policy aims to provide a basis for the responsible management of alcohol by the Kotahitanga Netball Melbourne.

The health of club members is of primary concern for Kotahitanga Netball Melbourne. Australia has the highest rate of skin cancer in the world, with two out of three people experiencing some form of skin cancer during their lifetime.  Kotahitanga Netball Melbourne has created this policy in an effort to prevent skin cancer.

The Kotahitanga Netball Melbourne recognises that exposure of non-smokers to tobacco smoke (passive smoking) is hazardous to health and that non-smokers should be protected. Passive smoking can lead to serious illnesses in adults such as bronchitis, lung cancer, and cardiovascular disease. Children can also develop chest illnesses and asthma from exposure to tobacco smoke. Accordingly, the following policy has been developed by Kotahitanga Netball Melbourne to protect the health of all concerned.

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