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OSAT Club Traditions

As an organization engaged in what are sometimes referred to as "inherently dangerous activities", OSAT and its members recognize a responsibility to abide by and teach a certain ethic regarding behavior in the mountains. The OSAT Traditions developed over the years, and were published in the Yodel  as a reminder to all club members of their responsibilities to themselves and their fellow climbers to act in a safe, courteous, and respectful manner in everything they do.

In 2018-19 club members reviewed the traditions and adopted an update these guidelines as a club Code of Conduct which incorporate both a general Club Standards and a specific set of Outdoor Activities Standards.  At the same time the Code of Conduct was incorporated by reference in the club bylaws and the annual member release and indemnity agreement.


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