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    Posted: 26/September/2015 at 19:10
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The restriction on what you can do outside of work is not law per se. It is merely a policy which may or may not be incorporated into your agreement with the park.

The park would have a duty to provide a safe environment for employees and volunteers at the workplace but that duty would not extend to private time outside the workplace. The policy might be well intentioned but appears unreasonable.

If you wish to contact others from the workplace outside of work then do so discretely. You won't be breaking any laws.

In any event, it would be difficult for a volunteer to challenge the policy given they are a volunteer.
This post does not constitute legal advice and cannot be relied upon.

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