ECDRA Genral Code of Conduct

ECDRA General Code of Conduct


The ECDRA expects high standards of behavior from all people involved in the sport. It is vital that the integrity of the sport is maintained in accordance with the four guiding principles:

The ECDRA Code of Conduct and Ethics can be viewed and downloaded from the link below.

Fairness, Respect, Responsibility and Safety: (outlined in The Essence of Australian Sport’s Universal Code of Behavior).


  1. Operate within the rules and spirit of your sport, promoting fair play over winning at any cost.
  2. Encourage opportunities for participants to learn appropriate behaviors and skills.
  3. Encourage participation in all aspects of the sport.
  4. Be fair, considerate and honest in all dealing with others.


  1. Treat each person as an individual.
  2. Be a positive role model.
  3. Display control, tolerance and courtesy to all involved with the sport.
  4. Value the rights, dignity and worth of every person regardless of their gender, ability, cultural background or religion.
  5. I will not use my involvement with ECDRA to promote my own beliefs, behaviors or practices where these are inconsistent with those of the ECDRA.


  1. Ensure interaction with persons under the age of 18 years is appropriate and that unaccompanied and unobserved activities are avoided.
  2. Adopt appropriate behaviour in relation to the use of alcohol and recreational and performance enhancing drugs.
  3. Act with integrity and accept responsibility for my actions.
  4. Understand my responsibility if I breach, or are aware of any breaches of this Code of Conduct.

 (see Shooting Australia Member Protection Policy)


  1. Ensure my actions contribute to a safe environment.
  2. Ensure my actions contribute to a harassment free environment.
  3. Do not tolerate violence or abusive behaviours.
  4. Show concern and caution towards others who may be sick or injured.


The attached form below is to be completed by each member of the ECDRA it sets out the general Code of Conduct that the club expects from its members both on our range and when competing at another clubs premise.