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Pool Rules
OKM Pool Rules

PURPOSE

The rules contained herein are for the protection, benefit and enjoyment of all members and their guests. These rules ensure the safe and sanitary operation of all facilities of the Old Keene Mill Swim & Racquet Club, Inc. (hereafter, the Club), provide equitable distribution of the availability of Club facilities for all age groups and disciplines with the membership, and extend the service life of equipment and grounds.

These rules have been approved by the Board of Directors of the Club. Recommendations for changes to these rules should be made to any member of the Board of Directors. Contact information can be found online at Board Members – Old Keene Mill (okmpool.com)

COMPLIANCE WITH THE RULES

Members should review these rules, caution their children and guests to observe all rules, and comply with the direction of the Pool Manager, pool staff, or Club’s independent contractors. Club members are responsible for the conduct of their children and guests. The Board of Directors reserves the right to discipline any Member or guest found by the Board to be in non‐compliance with these rules.

LIABILITY

The Club, its Board of Directors, the Pool Manager and pool staff, or Club independent contractors are not liable for:

  • Any accident or injury to any person or their property;
  • The loss or damage to any personal property; or
  • The loss or damage to personal belongings, bicycles, or automobiles located on or near the Club’s property.

MANAGERS AND STAFF

  • The Club contracts with a professional pool management company to operate the Club’s pool facilities, manage pool staff, and enter into direct contracts with independent contractors to perform activities in support of the Club.
  • The Vice President is the designated liaison between the pool management company (and its personnel).
  • Members should address any requests or concerns regarding the activities of the Pool Manager, pool staff, or (noncompetitive) independent contractors to the Board of Directors.
    • The pool management company (and its personnel) is not authorized to act on any request or complaint that does not originate from the Board of Directors.
    • The best way to reach the Board is through email at info@okmpool.com.
    • Members should address any requests or concerns regarding the activities of competitive independent contractors (i.e. coaches) to the appropriate team representative or the Director of Competitive Activities.

GENERAL RULES

  • Bathrooms
    • Children of kindergarten age and older are to use gender‐appropriate bathrooms and shall not enter bathrooms of the opposite sex.
    • Videotaping and photography are not allowed in or around bathrooms or showers.
  • Drugs & Alcohol
    • Marijuana or any other illegal drug is expressly prohibited. 
    • Consumption of alcohol by anyone under the age of 21 is prohibited.
    • Consumption of alcohol by pool management personnel on duty is prohibited.
    • The pool manager (or their designee) may remove any member, guest, contractor, pool management personnel from the premises if:
      • The person is clearly impaired and/or posing a health or safety risk to themselves or other members; or
      • Is acting in an abusive or disruptive manner.
  • Smoking or Vaping.
    • Smoking or vaping anywhere within the club is strictly prohibited due to Health Department Regulations. 
  • Food and Drink.
    • Food and drink may be consumed in the pavilion areas and at tables;
    • Glass containers are not permitted anywhere in Club facilities.
    • Chewing gum is not permitted in or about the pool area.
    • Food and Drink are not permitted:
      • In the pool;
      • On the deck area immediately adjacent to the pool; or
      • On the tennis courts.
    • Pets are not permitted on the grounds of the Club (service animals are permitted).
    • Trash or refuse must be placed in trash containers.
  • Vehicles, bicycles, motorcycles.
    • Parking.
      • Parking spaces are for use by members and Club staff only while using the Club facilities.
      • Vehicles shall only be parked in authorized parking lanes marked by painted lines.
      • Cars shall not be parked at an angle or spread over two spaces.
      • In the interest of security, unattended cars should not be left in the parking lot overnight or for multiple days.
        • In the case of an emergency, please place a note, visible on the dashboard of your vehicle, along with an explanation; and Please leave a message at the pool office  (703.455.1312).
        • Members and their guests must be considerate of local neighbors and not park in front of private driveways or mail boxes.
    • Bicycle parking must be in the bicycle racks provided or in the immediate area nearby if the racks are full.
      • The Club is not responsible for bicycles.
      • When bicycle racks are full and adjacent areas are used, the entire sidewalk area must be kept open for pedestrians.
    • Speed Limit.
      • The speed limit on Club property for all types of vehicles (including bicycles) is 10 miles per hour or whatever lower speed is appropriate for conditions.
      • Members should also observe this limit on the feeder road, Orion Court.
    • Other Vehicles.
      • The Club facilities shall not be used as a place to operate engine‐ powered model aircraft, model cars, mini‐bikes, motor scooters, go‐carts, big wheels, skate Boards, roller skates, etc., except as a lawful means of conveyance to and from the pool property.
  • Damage & Destruction.
    • Costs associated with the willful damage, destruction or theft of the Club’s property shall be charged to the member responsible.
    • Parents are responsible for costs incurred by their children.
    • Failure to reimburse the Club for costs associated with willful damage, destruction or theft may result in a membership being deemed not “In Good Standing”.
    • Payment of costs incurred does not necessarily preclude membership suspension.
  • Special Events.
    • The Club’s facilities may, under special circumstances, be used for special events.
    • Only the Board of Directors can authorize such arrangements.
    • If approved, notice of such events shall be posted at least two weeks in advance.
    • Special rules may apply while such events are in progress.
  • Good Neighbors & Noise Control.
    • All members and their guests must respect the property rights of homeowners or businesses in the immediate neighborhood of the  Club.
    • Lawns of nearby homeowners or businesses may not be used for shortcuts nor may their property be abused in any way.
    • The control of noise in the Club facilities is essential. Managers, life guards and Club directors
    •  must use good judgment in effecting control of unnecessary noise.
    • Loud, profane, vulgar or abusive language is not permitted on the Club’s grounds.
    • The public address system is intended for necessary announcements only. Use only the minimum volume required to accomplish the purpose of the announcement. Routine paging is not permitted.
    • Individual radios and tape players must be operated at a level not objectionable to others.
  • Injuries.
    • Injuries occurring on Club property, including Tennis facilities and the parking lot, must be reported by the Member or guest to the pool manager or life guard who will complete a report recording the circumstances.
  • Lost and Found.
    • The pool manager maintains a Lost and Found Facility.
    • Articles found by Club members should be turned in to the manager or lifeguards on duty.
    • Persons losing articles should describe them to the pool manager who, if satisfied of ownership, will return the article to the owner.
    • Articles not claimed within 1 week are disposed of at the discretion of the Board of Directors.
  • Loitering.
    • Loitering is prohibited on Club property including the parking lot, pool area and tennis courts.
    • Members or guests must stay clear of the guard stations and not loiter at the check‐in desk or at the snack bar window.
  • Prompt Departure.
    • Prompt departure from the Club’s facilities is essential for Pool Staff and Club independent contractors to properly secure for the night and prevent noise.
  • Access.
    • Access to facilities when the Club is closed is prohibited except for authorized persons.
    • Violators of this rule will be subject to laws of trespass‐‐even if they are Club members.
    • In the best interest of the membership, the swimming pool manager has the authority and discretion to refuse admittance to any member or guest, if in the manager’s opinion, sufficient cause exists, such as situations which may affect the health, safety or use of facilities.
      • This decision may be appealed to the Board of Directors
  • Notices.
    • Bulletin boards will be maintained for Club and Club‐related notices.
    • Requests to display notices should be addressed to the Social Director.
  • Annual Registration Requirement.
    • All memberships must complete the Annual OKMSRC registration online before first use of Club facilities. 
  • Right to Suspend the Rules.
    • Under special circumstances, sections of these Rules can be temporarily suspended by a quorum of the Board of Directors.
  • Guests
    • Definition – Guest’s privileges consist of admission to and use of the Club facilities by an authorized person who is not a Club member.
  • Day Guests.
    • Any person who is invited to use the Club’s facilities by a member for one day.
    • Day guests must have a guest form filled out by an adult member prior to check in for each visit.
    • A guest pass must be purchased prior to admittance through the online system.  
  • Seasonal Guests.
    • Any person permanently residing outside Fairfax County, but living in the home of a Club member for 30 consecutive days or more during the season when the pool is open.
    • Seasonal guests must be included in the sponsoring family’s annual membership 
  • Rules. 
    • Guests are subject to the same rules as members.
      • Responsibility.
        • A member assumes full responsibility for guests and may be penalized by infractions committed by the guest.
        • Although members should not hesitate to bring guests, discretion must be used in doing so out of respect for the rights of all members who deserve to use our facilities under normal “loading” conditions.
      • Member Precedence.
    • During periods of high‐loading, members take precedence over guests; if capacity is reached and members are waiting to enter the pool, guests who have been in the pool area for more than one hour may be asked to leave by a Board Member, on a first‐to come, first‐to‐leave basis.
      • Refunds will not be provided.
        • Medical Emergency.
    • In case of medical emergency, guests will be handled according to the instructions of the sponsoring member. Notification will be made to an adult of the sponsored family.
      • Guest Passes.
    • Guest passes should be purchased online
    • Guest passes that are purchased are non‐refundable and non‐transferable; however, they can be used over several years if the member remains in good standing with the Club. Prices are posted on OKMpool.com under guest passes.
    • Members who have terminated or who are on priority hold status may not use guest passes they have purchased.
    • “Earned” Day Guest Passes: The Board of Directors may offer from time to time incentives in the form of individual day guest passes to memberships to encourage volunteerism, attendance at General Membership meetings, or early payment.
    • Limits.
    • Guests are limited to 15 per member per visit. 
    • During the course of the season, the Board of Directors may elect to further limit the number of guests permitted, either by number of times, or permitted by any single membership. Such limitations shall be communicated to the affected members by email.
  • Procedures.
    • All guests to the Club must sign in at the front desk. This information will be verified by a member of the pool staff.
    • This includes all guests to both the pool and tennis facilities during the season from pool opening to pool closing.
    • Members may bring guests at no cost during the off tennis season from pool closing in September to May pool opening; no guests may use the tennis facilities without the presence of the member.
  • Improper Registration.
    • Guests fees collected for guests who are subsequently determined to be improperly registered are not refundable.
    • Members who are found abusing the guest pass rules may be subject to penalties prescribed by the Board of Directors.
  • Parties.
    • Members may reserve the large or baby pool pavilions at the pool for parties. Information about rental can be found on the website
  • Babysitters.
    • Member parents may add to their membership babysitters 13 years or older to accompany their children to the pool.
    • This privilege may only be used for children who are not old enough, in the judgment of the parent, to go to the pool by themselves.
    • Since the Club cannot be a party to anything which might distract sitters from their appointed child‐tending duties, sitters are expected to refrain from activities which would detract from their ability to perform such duties.
    • Sitters are expected to comply with Club rules and regulations.

SWIMMING POOL RULES

  • Swim & Dive Meets.
    • The pool may be closed to members for scheduled swimming and diving meets. These dates and times are posted on the online calendar at OKMpool.com
  • Closures.
    •  Inclement Weather.
      • All Club facilities must be cleared immediately when lightning and severe thunder indicate that an impending storm is present.
      • Staff must also remove themselves from possible exposure after clearing the pool and pool area.
      • Generally, Club facilities should remain closed 30 minutes after the last sighting of lightning or sound of thunder.
      • Also, swimming will be halted during heavy rains when lifeguards are unable to see the main drain of the pool.
      • Per the pool management contract, if the air temperature falls to 69 degrees or less, the facility can be closed.
      • Reopening the pool is at the discretion of the pool manager.
      • The pool management office, and Board, should be notified of any temporary pool closures as they occur; the Board must be notified when any temporary closings exceed two hours.
      • The pool will not be reopened after a temporary closure if there is less than one hour until normal pool closing time.
      • The pool may not close for the day until the Board of the club authorizes closure and the pool management office has been notified. At such times, one attendant will remain on duty until closing time.
      • It is the responsibility of the member to have children picked up within 20 minutes of a permanent closure.
    • Defecation/Vomit.
      • The injection of body wastes, including sputum, into a pool is prohibited. A pool contaminated by human or animal feces or vomit shall be closed immediately, allowing NO swimmers in the water.
      • Similarly, if other areas of the pool deemed to be essential to the operation of the pool become contaminated by human or animal feces or vomit, the pool may be closed until such time as that area is sanitized and deemed operational.
      • If it is determined that contamination has occurred as a result of a willful or intentional act by a member, guest, contractor or member of pool management staff, the incident(s) will be treated in accordance with the rules regarding “Damage & Destruction”.
    • Maintenance and Other Reasons.
      • Notification will be sent via text or email advance if time permits.
  • Health and Safety.
    • The Pool Manager (or their designee) shall have final and conclusive authority to enforce all matters relating to health and safety at the pool.
    • The Pool Manager (or the head lifeguard on duty in the absence of the manager) may eject any person failing to observe health and safety rules or otherwise conducting themselves improperly.
    • Running, pushing, wrestling or causing undue disturbance anywhere on Club facilities is prohibited.
    • Admission to the pool area may be refused to anyone wearing bandages, or with skin abrasions, colds, coughs, extremely inflamed eyes, open sores, cuts, infections, excessive sunburn, nasal or ear discharge or communicable disease of any nature.
    • Spitting, spouting of water or blowing noses, etc., into the pool or onto the pool deck is strictly prohibited.
    • Usage of cameras or cell phones are prohibited in the bathhouse. Underwater filming or photography is allowed only with consent of subject(s).
  • Swimming aids & Toys.
    • Rafts, inner tubes, swim fins, water wings, life jackets, balls, etc., may only be used with the specific approval of the pool management.
    • The equipment provided by the club is approved.
    • Unsafe toys, games and sports equipment are prohibited from the pool or tennis facilities.
    • Swimming accessories ‐‐ face masks, snorkels, fins, etc. ‐‐ are not normally permitted.
    • The pool manager may make specific exceptions to this rule if there are not many people in the pool.
    • This approval may be withdrawn at any time if such approval impairs the safety or enjoyment of others.
  • Proper Swimming Attire.
    • Children not completely toilet trained must wear tight waterproof pants over a cloth diaper or special swim diaper. No regular disposable diapers are allowed in the pool.
    • Toddlers without swimsuits are not allowed in the pool. This may prevent accidental contamination of the pool.
    • All persons in the pool area are required to wear clothing appropriate for a family environment
    • Street clothes may not be worn in the pool; members or guests who force anyone wearing street clothes into the pool may be subject to discipline by the Board of Directors.
    • Paper product diapers, cutoff swimsuits, towels, etc., are not permitted in the pool.
    • Bobby pins, barrettes, etc., are not permitted in the pool. Small objects clog the filter system and damage pumps.
  • Lounge chairs & tables. Lounge chairs and tables are on a first‐come first‐ serve basis.
    • Lounge chairs or tables and chairs will be placed so as not to obstruct free access to the bath house entrances and the pool manager’s office.
  • Rest Period. 
    • To prevent fatigue of children, a 15‐minute rest period for children under 16 years of age will be observed every hour in the main pool.
    •  During this rest period, children age six and under may use the wading pool.
  • Wading Pool
    • The wading pool is for children age 6 and under.
    • Children may only enter the wading pool enclosure when accompanied by an adult or sitter.
    • The Club does not furnish lifeguard service at the wading pool. Parents, or those delegated by the parents to be in charge of their children, shall physically remain with the children in the wading area.
  • Diving Board.
    • Only one person may be on the ladder at a time and only one person may be on the diving board at a time.
    • Only one bounce is permitted.
    • Divers may only dive or jump from the front end of the diving board and must jump or dive straight out and not to either side.
    • The manager may close the diving board when the pool is crowded so the membership and their guests may utilize the full area of the pool for swimming.
    • The decision to open or close the diving board is at the discretion of the pool manager.
    • Divers on the board will not dive until the previous diver has reached the ladder.
    • General swimming is prohibited in the diving area when the diving boards are in use.
    • All inward facing or reverse dives are prohibited, except under the direct supervision of an OKM Dive Coach. 
    • Qualifications for “Big Pool” use (pool area between lap lanes and diving boards).
    • Persons 13 years of age and older may use the big pool without previously establishing swimming proficiency. Members of this category who, after
      entering the pool, are unable to demonstrate to the lifeguards their ability to swim will be restricted to chest deep or shallower water.
    • Children 12 years and younger must demonstrate appropriate proficiency, as defined by the pool manager, to swim in the “big pool.”
    • Those children passing the swim test must wear a wrist band each time to swim in the “big pool.” The Pool Manager will maintain a list of those children who have passed the swim test.
  • Table Tennis.
    • Equipment must be checked out with the staff. Failure to return equipment when not in use may be penalized by loss of equipment checkout for one day. The pool manager has the discretion to permanently penalize any member who frequently abuses this rule.
    • Sitting on the tables, or putting things on the tables (e.g. bags, drinks, food etc.) is not permitted.
  • Special Control Measures.
    • The pool manager has authority to rope off certain areas of the pool and restrict the use of these areas to certain age groups.
    • Lap Swimming.
      • At least one lane will be roped off across the wide part of the pool for this purpose.
      • When more than two swimmers are swimming laps, they will all swim in a counter‐clockwise direction (when looking down at the pool from above).
    • Child Supervision Guidelines
    • Parents/guardians are responsible for making decisions about their child’s safety and at what age children are able to be at the Club without parents present. 
    • The following supervision guidelines (based on the Fairfax County Family Services guidelines) are provided to help parents and caregivers make an appropriate assessment:
      • 7 years & under: Should not be left alone.
      • 8 to 10 years: Should not be left alone for more than 1 ½ hours.
      • 11 to 12 years: Should not be left alone for more than 3 hours.
      • 13 years+: Can be left alone (if appropriate)
    • Please note: These are intended ONLY as guidelines; final determination is at the discretion of the Pool Manager. There may be situations, even within these guidelines, when it is not safe to leave a child unsupervised.

TENNIS COURT RULES

  • Who Can Play.
    • Only Club members, their children, and their guests are authorized to use the tennis courts.  Guests are permitted on the courts only when accompanied by a member.
      • From May pool opening to September pool closing, the member must use a guest pass for each guest.
      • Guests must remain with the member at all times.
      • Members must ensure that a guest signs in the registration system at the pool front desk.
      • Members bringing children in the tennis court area will supervise their children to ensure that they do not disturb play.
      • Children are not permitted on the courts if they are not playing tennis. Children 7 years of age and under are permitted inside the court enclosure only when playing tennis with adult members.
      • Children 8 to 12 years of age are permitted to play without an adult member in attendance from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM Monday through Friday, except holidays. Such children may play only with an adult in attendance at all other times.
      • Children 13 years of age and older may play tennis without an adult in attendance. At least one playing child must be a member.
  • Membership Account.
    • Membership accounts will be used to verify the identity of persons using the tennis courts. Members’ names will be given upon request to verify pictures in the membership system.
  • Locked Facilities.
    • In order to provide some security for the large investment in the equipment at the courts, a key lock will be used to secure the gate.
    • Keys will be provided to Full and Bonded members for a non‐refundable fee.
    • Keys are available at the swim desk during regular pool hours after being purchased through the website. 
    • Keys should be returned to the Club when a membership is terminated.
    • The gate must be kept closed at all times. Entry to the courts by any means other than the gate is prohibited.
    • The tennis key that members are issued opens only the side gate entrance from the walkway. It does NOT unlock the parking lot entrance. The parking lot entrance is locked to secure the tennis facilities in the off hours and during the winter season.
    • Proper Footwear. Tennis shoes must be worn. No other footwear or bare feet are allowed.
  • Restrictions.
    • Tennis courts will be used for no purpose other than tennis.
    • No equipment other than approved racquet equipment (e.g., field hockey, lacrosse, etc.) may be used on the courts.
  • Etiquette.
    • Players are requested not to walk behind players when play is in progress and not to retrieve balls from the adjacent courts until the conclusion of the point being played.
    • Loud, boisterous, obscene, or vulgar language is not permitted on the tennis courts. Good sportsmanship is expected at all times.
    • All waiting players must remain outside the enclosure.
    • Players are requested to keep the courts neat in appearance, free of leaves, trash, etc.
    • Players must relinquish their court without hesitation to the people with the next reservation at the end of the reservation period or after an hour play for singles and two hours for doubles when courts are used on a first come first serve basis.
    • No food or beverage other than water is allowed inside the court area.
    • The Director for Tennis, tennis independent contractors of the Club, or any Officer of the Club, shall have final and conclusive authority to enforce all matters relating to health and safety at the tennis facilities.
      • They may eject any persons failing to observe health and safety rules or otherwise conducting themselves improperly.
  • Rules of Play. The Rules of the U.S. Tennis Association will govern play on the tennis courts unless otherwise indicated by the Director for Tennis. It is the responsibility of each player to inform himself of these rules as well as the rules of the Old Keene Mill Swim and Racquet Club.
  • Play Time.
    • Normal hours for tennis court play are from 7:00 AM to 10:00PM.
    • The online calendar shows when courts are in use by Junior Tennis lessons or Womens and Mens teams. 
    • Unreserved time is when the courts have not been reserved.
  • Playing Season(s)
    • Regular Season: Memorial Day through Labor Day
    • Off Season:  Pool closing in September to May pool opening
  • Maintenance.
    • The tennis courts will be maintained for play during the regular pool season.
    • During the off season, the tennis courts will be maintained on a best‐effort basis by the OKM Board of Directors or their designee.
    • The courts may be closed at the discretion of the Director for Tennis due to unfavorable tennis weather.
    • Individual practice may not reserve time and should release courts to single or double play if all courts are full. 
  • Reservation System.(To begin September 2024)
    • As it is not practical to have an employee in attendance at the courts to regulate tennis court use, the reservation system is designed to be self‐run and self‐implementing.
    • Reservation period is for 1 hour for Singles and 2 hours for Doubles starting at the top of the hour.
    • Members may make reservations through the online registration system. Reservations cannot be made more than 24 hours in advance. 
    • Reservations are forfeited if players do not arrive in time to commence play by 10 minutes after the hour. If two hours have been reserved, the second hour is forfeited when the doubles match is not started within 10 minutes after the hour. The first hour may be retained if singles play is started on time.
    • If no reservation, courts will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis.  Such play must terminate at the beginning of the next reservation period. 
    • OKM Adult Tennis Teams recognized by the Board are authorized to reserve 2.5 hours of practice time during prime hours during the team season only. Hours will be posted on the online schedule. 
    • Members are required to cancel reservations as soon as possible after it becomes apparent that the reservation will not be used.
    • Eligibility to make prime time reservations is restricted to adults (18 and above). As long as an adult member makes a reservation in their name and is playing, the other players may be children.
  • Rules Enforcement.
    • Tennis members are expected to generally supervise tennis court use.
    • All Club members are requested to take action when rule violations are observed. The action taken will depend on the nature of the problem. Members observing rule violations are asked to notify the Director for Tennis (or any Board of Director member).
    • Since the rules must be self‐enforcing, members have the right to “query” other members to ascertain that reservations or play is in accordance with Club rules. Members are urged to “query” in an appropriate, courteous manner and those being queried are requested to respond in the sameway.
    • The OKM Board or its designee will, during the regular and extended season, be responsible to keep the tennis courts in good playing condition and under general surveillance to prevent damage to property or misuse.
    • Pool staff will not adjudicate disputes, make or delete reservations, or supervise the rules of play on the tennis courts.
    • Recommendations for Change. Written recommendations concerning these rules should be directed to the OKM Board or Tennis Director through the contacts feature on OKMpool.com
  • Lessons.
    • Tennis lessons are offered within the competitive tennis programs.
    • Non-member lessons must be approved by OKM Board
  • Violations.
    • Violations of these rules may result in restrictions of an individual from court use at the discretion of the Club’s Board of Directors based on recommendations from the Tennis or Operations Director.

HARASSMENT 

  • Definition.
    • Harassment consists of unwelcome conduct, and includes, without limitation, verbal harassment (i.e. epithets, derogatory statements, slurs), physical harassment (i.e. assault, physical interference with normal work or involvement, stalking), visual harassment (i.e. posters, cartoons, drawings), and innuendo, based on an individuals’ protected status, such as gender, sexual  orientation, race, color, ancestry, national origin, religion, veteran status, age, physical or mental disability or any other protected group status.
  • Policy.
    • OKM is committed to maintaining an environment in which all individuals are treated with respect and dignity. In keeping with this commitment, we will not tolerate harassment by anyone, including any manager, employee, contractor, vendor, member or visitor.
    • Reporting a Complaint of Harassment.
      • If you believe that you are being harassed, you must promptly notify the offender(s) that the behavior is unwelcome, harassing, and must stop immediately. While it is  encouraged that you engage in such self‐help to stop harassment, it is also recognized that the facts of any particular situation may make such a confrontation uncomfortable or otherwise ineffective.
      • In the event that you choose not to confront the harasser(s) directly, you should inform the Pool Manager or a member of the Board of Directors.
      • If you witness or have information regarding harassment, you are encouraged to inform the Pool Manager or a member of the Board of Directors.
    • Investigating All Harassment Complaints.
      • The Board of Directors is responsible for overseeing harassment investigations, determining whether harassment has occurred, and deciding the appropriate level of corrective action for those who violate the policy.
      • Reasonable steps will be taken to conduct the investigation in a confidential manner.
    • Retaliation Is Prohibited.
      • Retaliation against any individual who makes a good faith complaint or provides any information regarding  harassment, including  participation in a harassment investigation, will not be  tolerated.
    • Remedial Action.
      • At the conclusion of the investigation, both the alleged victim and the alleged harasser will be informed of the findings and intended actions to be taken.
      • Individuals who are found to have engaged in harassment, retaliation or other inappropriate conduct will be subject to disciplinary action.

ENFORCEMENT

  • In the case of a rule violation, members or guests may be asked to leave the pool for the day.
  • Chronic or repeat rule violations may result in the suspension of Club privileges,or permanent expulsion and termination.
  • The Pool Manager has the explicit responsibility to enforce the Club’s rules and to prevent abuse of the Club facilities.
    • The Pool Manager is obligated to make on‐the‐spot decisions regarding health and safety matters.
    • The Pool Manager may suspend members for up to 24 hours. A suspension of this nature requires that the Membership owner is contacted regarding the offense and prior to the offender’s readmittance to the pool.
    • The Pool Manager shall provide copies of all such notes to the Vice President.
    • Members of the Board of Directors or the Vice President shall enforce rules in the absence of managerial personnel.
    • All Club members must help enforce Club rules by complying with the spirit of the rules themselves.
    • The Pool Manager has the authority and responsibility to expel any Member or guest from the pool facility who is not acting in a respectful manner.
    • The Board of Directors retains the right to discipline any Member or guest who does not act in a respectful manner to the Pool Manager, pool staff, any Club independent contractor, or member (including members of the Board of Directors).
    • Police Assistance. The Fairfax Police Department has been notified by the Board of Directors that the Club will prosecute cases where legally sufficient evidence is obtained. 
  • Disciplinary Actions
    • Serious violations or repeated minor suspensions will be handled by the Board of Directors.
    • Disciplinary action may include, but are not limited to, temporary membership suspension, permanent membership revocation or probation.
    • The Club’s failure to enforce at any time any rule stated herein does not constitute a waiver of that rule or of any other rule as stated.




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