Registration – Information

The Alliance has prepared a Register of Activities – for Intuitive, Inspired or Spiritual Services, Goods and Devices that a member may be utilising in the delivery of their modalities, activities, presentations, demonstrations and associated activities.

The Register may be updated at any time to ensure that the listed items conform to the Constitutional purposes of the Alliance. The Alliance will rely on the advice and details submitted by members for this purpose.

In some cases it may be necessary to prepare a Safety Management Plan for any activity or item that may be considered to have a high-risk component, if any. Should that be necessary the Alliance will assist in that process to formalise a safe approach without hindering the purpose and benefit of such an activity. eg, the needles in Acupuncture.

This approach will formalise the management of an intuitive activity or item, should it ever be identified as an item of interest in any litigation or matter of concern or complaint.

This approach will also have a positive impact on any arguments of a sceptical nature and provide an avenue to identify and deal with any unscrupulous operators.

Safety.

Under National Workplace Health and Safety Regulations a Member that organises an Event, Service or Activity, etc is held directly responsible for that activity and must ensure that a Risk Assessment and subsequent Safety Management Plan have been considered and formalised. The Alliance also has a Duty of Care to ensure that a member has complied to these requirements for every activity.

Should an incident occur in which anyone gets hurt and requires the attendance of Work Safe Inspectors, the first requirement is to produce the above documentation.

Register of Activities.

It is necessary for the Alliance to recognise the extremely broad scope of activities that the Spiritual Fraternity is involved in on a daily basis. This scope represents the overall umbrella of functions and activities that are considered as normal and included in the Alliance Aims and Objectives and are protected under its constitutional rights. This scope represents the known variations as at the time of publication but also includes the production and providers that enable the listed activities to function.

Being registered currently indicates only that the Activity is identified and considered safe.