Volunteer with Manitoba Marathon

| Medical 2018

June 17th, 2018
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Registration Information

Required fields are marked with an asterisk (*)
First Name *
Last Name *
Gender *
Phone Number *

A full 10-digit phone number (for example: 555-123-1234, (555) 123-1234, 555.123.1234, etc)
Birth Date *
Address *
How many years have you been volunteering with the Manitoba Marathon? *
Do you have your ACLS? *
Are you currently CPR & First Aid Certified? *
Are you a student or a professional in your field? *
Are you signing up as an Athletic Therapist, Physiotherapist, Chiropractor, or Podiatrist? *
If volunteering as a Physician, are you licensed? *
If volunteering as a Nurse, what is your license number/ student level? *
If volunteering under Ski Patrol, are you currently certified with the Canadian Ski Patrol System for the 2016-2017 season? *
What size volunteer t-shirt do you need (unisex)? *



Volunteer Code of Conduct

Our Volunteer Application asks all potential volunteers to sign our Standards of Conduct Agreement. It reads as follows:
As members of our Manitoba Marathon community, we all play an important role in the success of the Manitoba Marathon. We bear a responsibility to ourselves, to others and to the organization to uphold the following standards of conduct:

Volunteers must treat with respect all participants, staff, and fellow volunteers with whom they interact while conducting Marathon business. Harassment, discrimination or other behaviors that compromise the dignity and self-worth of others cannot be tolerated.

Volunteers must not use for their own purposes, including financial gain, or disclose for the use of others, information obtained as a result of their role with the Marathon (for example, lists of sponsors or suppliers). This applies both during and after the period in which the individual is a Manitoba Marathon volunteer.

Any intellectual property developed by a volunteer in the course of his or her role with the Marathon (for example, guidebooks, training resources, promotional materials) is the property of the Marathon.

At all times, the privacy and dignity of participants, sponsors, volunteers and staff will be respected. Volunteers may have access to information and documents relating to participants, sponsors, volunteers and staff that are private and confidential in nature; reasonable care and caution will be exercised to protect and maintain total confidentiality. Volunteers will not read records or discuss such information unless there is a legitimate purpose. All participant, sponsor, volunteer and staff records are the property of the Marathon and are kept in a secure location.