Important Notice – Controlled Access
The new Controlled Access Barrier provides better safety and security within the ACC and helps ensure the integrity of the Club to its Members and their guests The Board of Governors (BOG) would like to remind you of some of the rules and expectations related to the Club and its new security system.
1.Members have always been required to bring their membership cards while on Club premises. New security means this rule must come into enforcement. If Members forget their card, the Club can issue a day pass for a NT$30 administrative fee. The Club will begin charging the day pass fee for Members beginning April 1, 2018. Members have until then to get into the habit of carrying membership cards before fees commence.
2.If Members prefer, they can register one EasyCard/iPass card to use instead of their membership card to pass through the gates.
3.Members are not permitted to give their card or their registered EasyCard/iPass card to other Members, family, or guests. Doing so is a significant rules violation and violators could be subject to immediate review and disciplinary action by either the BOG and/or Board of Supervisors.
4.Each Club Member over the age of 12 should individually swipe their own card when entering and exiting the club. This is a safety precaution that provides Club staff a count of Members in the Club at any given time – particularly at closing or in the case of an emergency.
5.Each guest and/or personal employee is expected to be registered into the guest registration system and issued a guest or employee card to access the Club through the gates. Guests and employees should deposit the guest card into the barriers’ card collection slots upon departure. Members will be charged NT$300 for lost guest cards.
6.Members are required to swipe their cards upon departure. This allows the Club to ensure that parents of children under 12 are physically on the Club premises to supervise them. It is also a safety precaution that provides Club staff a count of Members in the Club at any given time – particularly at closing or in the case of an emergency.
We understand that this new enforcement of the old rule requiring carrying a membership card is a significant change. The Board of Governors believes it is necessary for Member safety, ensuring Club use by only Members and properly registered guests, and helps ensure proper adult supervision for children at the Club. Even though this kind of security is standard practice at private Member Clubs throughout Asia, the board and Club management appreciate your support.
The Board of Governors and Management