Notices & Constitution
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR CLUB MEMBERS
This club is by law required to keep a register containing information that relates to the management and financial administration of the club including;
- A list of disclosures, declarations and returns made by the governing body and employees of the club.
- The salary bands of the club's top executives.
- Details of the overseas travel made by the governing body and employees of the club.
- Details of loans given by the club to employees.
- Details of certain contracts executed by the club.
- Salary details of club employees who are close relatives of a member of the club's governing body or a top executive.
- Details of the payments made by the club for consultant services.
- Details of legal settlements made by the club with a member of the governing body or an employee of the club.
- Details of legal fees paid by the club for a member of the governing body or employee of the club.
- The club's annual gaming machine profit.
- The amount applied by the club to community development and support.
The club must prepare quarterly financial statements for the governing body that incorporate:
- The club's profit and loss accounts and trading accounts for the quarter, and
- A balance sheet as at the end of the quarter.
Members may view the register or the financial statements by written request to the club.
A copy of the Club's constitution is available upon written request.
Members and their guests are asked to present themselves in a neat and tidy manner at all times.
The following are not acceptable at Club Central Hurstville:
- Dirty/soiled/torn clothing and footwear.
- Overalls and work boots.
- Gym/training apparel including: bike riding style shorts, leotards, singlets, muscle shirts and brief shorts.
- Clothing with political or obscene slogans or pictures.
- Motorcycle club colours.
- Rubber thongs (with the exception of the Arena Bar up until 7.00pm.)
- Hats, scarves, bandanas or any other headwear (except for ladies' dress hats or special events)
- Bare feet.
Management reserves the right to refuse entry to any patron who, in its opinion, is not suitably attired.
COMMITMENT TO RESPONSIBLE GAMBLING
ICC is committed to adhering to providing it members and guests with a responsible gambling environment. All employees and managers that work directly or indirectly in any gaming area have undertaken an approved Responsible Conduct of Gambling course. The Club is a member of ClubSAFE, the NSW Club Industries Responsible Gambling programme offering a variety of services including a Self Exclusion scheme.
Below is a copy of the Clubs Responsible Conduct of Gambling Policy
RESPONSIBLE CONDUCT OF GAMBLING POLICY FOR ILLAWARRA CATHOLIC CLUB LIMITED (INCORPORATING CLUB CENTRAL HURSTVILLE AND CLUB CENTRAL MENAI)
- To provide gambling services and practices that conforms to all applicable acts and regulations.
- To promote responsible gambling practices that conforms to local community standards and expectations.
- To establish a pleasant and safe gambling environment.
- To encourage patrons to take responsibility for their gambling activity through an effective self-exclusion procedure or other mechanisms.
- To inform patrons of the club’s responsible gambling programme, the nature of gambling products and the availability of support services for problem gamblers.
RESPONSIBLE SERVICE OF ALCOHOL
HARM MINIMISATION & RESPONSIBLE SERVING OF ALCOHOL POLICY FOR ILLAWARRA CATHOLIC CLUB LIMITED
(INCORPORATING CLUB CENTRAL HURSTVILLE AND CLUB CENTRAL MENAI)
- Not to serve alcohol to intoxicated persons.
- Not to serve alcohol to persons under the age of 18 years.
- Not to serve alcohol to persons who behave in a disorderly manner.
- Not to host promotions that encourage excessive drinking or unfairly target certain persons.
- To discourage excessive or rapid drinking of alcohol, and serve only single nip spirits.
- To provide non-alcoholic drinks, low-alcohol drinks and food for patrons.
- To care for patrons and staff whilst on Club premises.
- To provide advice on available means of travel.
- To minimise disturbance to neighbours in the vicinity of the Club.
- To provide training to the appropriate staff for the detection and application of the above policy points in regard to the Responsible Service of Alcohol.