Marine Debris Project

Project Team Guidelines    

The Cocos Keeling Islands Marine Debris Project is a team effort. While there is no financial reward, we want your involvement to be satisfying for you and beneficial for the project. The following guidelines relate to your rights and responsibilities and highlight the culture we want for the team.

Rights

  1. To choose the nature of your contribution; to say no if you’re asked to undertake a task that you don't want to do
  2. To be acknowledged and respected for the significance of your work
  3. To be given information and feedback about the work you’re undertaking
  4. To be respected and supported by all team members
  5. To be treated fairly
  6. To have any concerns you have taken seriously

Responsibilities

  1. To follow instructions from Tangaroa Blue Foundation’s Heidi Taylor who will be leading the clean-up and audit process
  2. To complete all tasks you have agreed to in a responsible, punctual, dependable, conscientious and courteous manner
  3. To respect the confidentiality of personal information shared within the team
  4. To advise the relevant people, as early as possible, if you are unable to do an assigned task
  5. To act as part of a team, this includes diplomacy, honesty, cooperation and commitment
  6. To use clear and open communication
  7. To accept decisions made after consideration of views.
  8. To keep ego in check and work for the good of the team

 

 
  1. Acknowledgement*
  2. I acknowledge the rights and responsibilities of volunteers and agree to abide by the team guidelines while volunteering on Cocos Keeling Islands Marine Debris Project.

* denotes a required field.