SERVICES The volunteer is able to provide the following services as well as take account of other needs the organisation may have: ​ ​ Workshops – 1. Assist with the set up and pack down of a workshop (Arriving no less than 15 mins before start) 3. Document with images and video the workshop for use on website and social media 4. Any thing else reasonably required to ensure the workshop runs smoothly. WOOFER 1. Participating in the day to day working of medicinal herb farm and permaculture property. 2. Joining in with occasional meal preparation. 3. helping with Animals, cleaning pens, water trough, moving animals, feeding are some examples not limited to. 4. Workshop duties listed above. WAGES The volunteer understands the services provided will be a donation and under no circumstances will expect wages, salary, or benefits from the organisation for the services provided within this volunteer agreement. SUPERVISION The Volunteer should report to ​Naomi Ingleton or ​David Taylor on each day services are provided for instruction and guidance. EMPLOYMENT The Volunteer understands they are under no terms considered an employee of the Organisation. ​ Furthermore, the Organisation acknowledges the Volunteer is not an employee and may provide services at free will. ​ The Volunteer will receive no employee benefits including disability, pay, workman comp, or severance pay. LIABILITY The Volunteer agrees to indemnify and hold the Organisation harmless against any damages related to the Volunteer’s activity. ​ Additionally, the Organisation shall hold the Volunteer harmless against any damages related to the Volunteer’s service. JURISDICTION Any and all legal proceedings that may arise from this volunteer agreement shall remain in the jurisdiction of ​Victoria. ​ The Volunteer agrees that in the instance of legal proceedings they will cooperate with the Organisation as well as the Organisation’s agents. ​ The Volunteer agrees to provide written notification to the Organisation in the event that an incident takes place while the Volunteer is providing services. TERM This volunteer agreement shall begin on (TBD) and will end on (TBD). ​ The Volunteer has agreed to provide (TBD) hours per week during the term of this agreement. TERMINATION Because the Volunteer is not an active employee, they may terminate this volunteer agreement at any time for any reason they deem necessary. ​ The Organisation may decline to accept the Volunteers time and may terminate this agreement without prior notification. SOCIAL MEDIA USE POLICY FOR STAFF & VOLUNTEERS With the policies below, Employees & Volunteers will get an understanding of what they can post online, and how any carelessness may lead to mishap for them or the FarmacyCo & Associated Brands FarmacyCo & Associated Brands recognises blogs, networking sites, and other social media platforms as possible tools to support the Company’s operational goals. This policy covers the following social media channels, as well as any others we may have missed: • Facebook • Instagram • Twitter • YouTube • Google+ • LinkedIn • Snapchat • Pinterest • Podcasts This policy applies to Employees & Volunteers when they partake in social media as part of their job. It also applies to staff Employees & Volunteers’ participation in social media at any time that they speak on behalf of the FarmacyCo & Associated Brands; identify themselves as a FarmacyCo & Associated Brands employee or as affiliated with the FarmacyCo & Associated Brands; or discuss the FarmacyCo & Associated Brands or its affiliates. 2. WHY USE SOCIAL MEDIA? Social media helps to influence decisions and enables FarmacyCo & Associated Brands as a business to entice new clients and grow our portfolio and what we can offer. Social media is a place to form conversations and build some great connections, so don’t forget to be nice, have fun and network to build relationships and create a rapport whilst building he FarmacyCo & Associated Brands brand. 3. WHO IS COVERED BY THIS POLICY This policy will cover all Employees & Volunteers of FarmacyCo & Associated Brands working at all levels, including; directors, senior managers, contractors and interns. For the purpose of this policy, all are classed as an employee of FarmacyCo & Associated Brands 4. RULES AND REGULATIONS This section outlines FarmacyCo & Associated Brands’s expectations for your conduct on social media as a FarmacyCo & Associated Brands employee. 4.1 Monitoring use of social media FarmacyCo & Associated Brands recognises that Employees & Volunteers may wish to use Social Media in their personal life and this Policy does not intend to discourage nor limit personal expression, passions or online activities as they can aid the Employees & Volunteers work duties. However, staff should be mindful that some websites may be monitored and if this policy is breached then certain actions may be taken under the company’s [REFER TO YOUR DISCIPLINARY PROCEDURE]. If you notice any misuse of social media by other members of staff, please report it to [position of relevant person such as line manager] 4.2 Brand guidelines 4.3 Etiquette and engagement • Be respectful, polite and patient, when engaging in conversations on FarmacyCo & Associated Brands’s behalf. • Avoid any defamatory, offensive or derogatory content. It may be considered as a violation of Copywright and defamation laws • Avoid deleting or ignoring comments. Listen and reply to criticism on FarmacyCo & Associated Brands’s behalf. • Correct or remove any misleading / false content as soon as possible. • Be responsible. Engage in social media conversations correctly and don’t be an authority on a subject that you are not an expert on, instead try directing them to someone / an account who is. • In a crisis, keep calm and do not engage with the media or on social networks about the topic until you have consulted with Naomi. She will provide guidance in accordance with the FarmacyCo & Associated Brands PR & Social Media Crisis Management Policy. . • Referencing laws should be observed by Employees & Volunteers when posting online. If content is posted that does not originate from FarmacyCo & Associated Brands, it should be clear where it came from, and it may need a reference within the body of the copy. See section 6.1, ‘Crediting Sources’ for further details. 4.4 Confidentiality Conversations or information that is considered confidential or classified or deals with matters that are internal in nature should not be published if you are unsure on what content falls under this bracket, then please contact Naomi For further details, see Point 6.2, ‘Privacy and disclosure procedures’. 0 4.5 Consequences If an employee of FarmacyCo & Associated Brands, has failed to comply with this social media policy, they will face the company’s disciplinary procedure. Where evidence of misuse or failure to comply is found, then FarmacyCo & Associated Brands may undertake a detailed investigation to examine the seriousness of the breach and then apply a penalty to the employee accordingly. The factors that will be considered are: the effect it has had on the company or the individual concerned; did the comments cause problems given the employee’s role; could the employer can be identified by the postings; any other qualifying factors such as the employee’s disciplinary record etc. 4.6 Social media for personal use Company Employees & Volunteers of FarmacyCo & Associated Brands should recognise that what they publish on their social media channels is their responsibility and that they are legally liable for anything they write online. As an employee, you are an ambassador for FarmacyCo & Associated Brands, and your style in all situations online, should reflect that in a positive way.