Guidelines for Care, Maintenance and Storage of Band Owned Instruments
You have been issued with a band owned instrument and now have a responsibility for this instrument as described in the following guidelines:
- You are responsible for the basic care of the instrument. Where available a copy of the manufacturer's instructions is supplied with the instrument. If you are
uncertain about what is required then please consult a member of the committee who will arrange for assistance or further guidance to be provided.
- You will be required to produce the instrument for inspection of condition by a member of the committee for evalution purposes. This will be at a maximum interval
of one year.
- If you must leave the instrument in an unattended vehicle make sure the instrument is securely locked in the boot. It is
strongly recommended that you keep the instrument in your house when not attending a band rehearsal or performance.
- The committee reserves the right to recall the instrument at any time, for whatever reason.
- No instrument shall be loaned prior to the completion of an instrument loan form.
- If your instrument develops a fault, you must inform a member of the committee as soon as possible so that an assessment may be made on how to proceed with
- Instrument insurance is the responsiblity of the player. You are strongly recommended to familiarise yourself with any insurance limitations with regard to muscial
instruments. If you are uncertain about instrument insurance then please discuss this with a member of the committee.
- You must not loan the instrument to any other person(s) without prior approval from the committee.
- Storage, care and maintenance of band owned instruments not on loan to members are the responsiblity of the committee.
V1.1 January 1998