Volunteer Registration Form
Please complete this form to confirm your volunteering interest with EMR Taranaki
Seizures of any type
Please elaborate on medical conditions
Emergency contact details
Please use someone that is local
Contact phone number
Have you volunteered with EMR before?
If so, in what capacity?
What relevant work experience/qualifications do you have?
Skills/Experience - Select those which apply
Report writing - funding applications
Developing educational resources
Teaching marine education in the field
Do you have any of the following qualifications?
Full drivers license
Marine/freshwater biology degree
Do you have any criminal convictions?
If yes, please elaborate
Drug and alcohol policy
By signing this form you agree to abide by MTSCT - EMR’s drug and alcohol policy which includes not being under the influence of drugs or alcohol when onsite or involved in MTSCT - EMRs activities and safety sensitive sites.
The volunteer will be responsible for his/her own transport to and from the place of work. The volunteer will be given access to the relevant RAMS form/s for the site and given a full Health and Safety briefing from the supervisor. The volunteer reserves the right to refuse work if he/she feels harassed or unfairly treated or unsafe.
The Trust reserves the right to cancel this agreement if the volunteer does not fulfil his/her obligations eg doesn’t turn up to work, harasses the supervisor, refuses to work, and demonstrates unsafe practices.
During work, the volunteer must ensure all Trust protocols are adhered to or he/she is liable to be refused further positions for the Trust.
Health and Safety policies and SOP’s are found on our programme websites. On the day volunteers will be given access to the relevant RAMS form/s or event plans for the site and given a full Health and Safety briefing from the supervisor, including (but not limited to) the identification of potential risks and management strategies. Volunteers will be verbally briefed about the work to be undertaken and potential hazards, location of first aid, facilities and emergency procedures on the commencement of every activity. Site familiarisation is undertaken and relevant issues explained wherever these arise.
Complaints procedure is to advise the Trust Chairperson of any complaints or concerns, which will be dealt with by the Trust. Feedback and/or complaints can also be submitted via our website
The volunteer will be provided with a reference from the trust outlining duties undertaken during term of work.
I accept that any medical costs associated with accidents are to be classified as nonwork related and will be paid for by the ACC or other means and under no circumstances by the (Mountains to Sea Conservation Trust). (The Mountains to Sea Conservation Trust) does not accept any responsibility whatsoever for any personal accident or loss/damage to personal items or equipment for volunteers whilst they are engaged in the project.
In entering your name and date below you understand the risks and liability outlined above.
Your full name
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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