This section contains Nautilus policies, rules and regulations relating to the conduct of the Union and its members. Members should address any queries about these to the general secretary via Nautilus head office.
As part of the Union’s industrial work, there are also some policies that we encourage companies to adopt (such as those on equal opportunities and maternity and paternity rights). Members should speak to their industrial organiser or lay representative for more information on recommended workplace policies.
The Nautilus International Rules are the legal framework by which the Union is governed. The Rules are accompanied by a set of Regulations, which offer further explanation and guidance.»
The Nautilus International Regulations offer further explanation and guidance on the Union's Rules of governance.»
This is the Nautilus International Strategic Plan for 2013-2015. It contains all the Union’s aims and objectives, both for Nautilus as a whole and for the three National Branches.»
Nautilus International is opposed to prejudice-based discrimination, and has adopted a statement on mutual respect and equal opportunities to give effect to this commitment.»
Our members' statement of service and complaints procedure policy.»
Nautilus International maintains a number of social networking channels on Facebook, Twitter and elsewhere. This is our policy on their use.»
When members of other unions are on strike, Nautilus International members should not carry out any duty that is normally carried out by members of the strikers’ union.»
Nautilus International is committed to ensuring that your privacy is protected. This policy explains how we use the information we collect about you.»
Nautilus International is committed to providing a website that has a high level of accessibility, regardless of the technology used or the user’s ability.»
Nautilus International is providing this site on an 'as is' basis and makes no representations or warranties of any kind with respect to this site or its contents.»