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Ron's Org Committee
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Primary Contact Ron's Org Committe
Training Offered
Auditing Offered
Case Supervision Class XIIAn advanced Scn course available to Sea Org auditors only and is taught on Flag. It teaches L-12, the Flag OT executive Rundown. (Dianetics and Scientology Technical Dictionary (C) 1975)
Country CH
State Berne
City Köniz
Postal Code 3084
Geo
Website http://www.ronsorg.com
Email theta@ronsorg.ch
Phone +41 31 964 06 66
Event May 30, 2014
Event Info ROC Meeting, 19:30 in Les Verrieres

STATUTES OF THE ASSOCIATION "RON'S ORG COMMITTEE"

§ 1 NAME

The association has the name "Ron's Org Committee". It is an association as per Art. 60-79 ZGB and has its seat in Koeniz.

§ 2 GOALS OF THE ASSOCIATION

The association is a union of representatives of the world-wide network of Ron's OrgsShort for organization. (HCO PL 8 Sept 69). (...)

The goal of the association is to assist the expansion of Scientology and the clearing of the planet.

The purposes of the ROC are:

a) Making sure that Standard Tech as per LRHL. Ron Hubbard and CBR is available for everybody and will continue to be available in the future and is applied throughout the world
b) Representing the RO network to the outside
c) Setting the standards of what a RO is so that the name "Ron's Org" becomes recognized as a symbol of Standard Tech as per LRHL. Ron Hubbard and CBR
d) Checking the prerequisites and authorizing delivery units to bear the name "Ron's Org"
e) Revoking the status of a RO where a delivery unit doesn't meet the prerequisites any longer
f) Establishing a "Qualification Board" that will be a body that has the most senior qualification function for ROs WWAbbreviation for World Wide. (Modern Management Technology Defined (C) 1976). The corporation the owns and controls Scientology Orgs. (HCO PL 9 Mar 72I)
g) Supporting ROs in delivery and dissemination
h) Giving the ROs a forum to exchange info and commSlang, short for - communication.

The association does not pursue commercial purposes and does not strive for profit.

It is not identical with the Church of Scientology or any of its branch organisations, neither does it co-operate with this and explicitly delimitates itself from them.

§ 3 DEFINITION OF A RON'S ORG

a) The definition of the prerequisites a delivery unit has to fulfill to become and remain a Ron's Org, as well as the definition of a RO Field Auditor, are part of these statutes and are given in an appendix. Any organisation of auditors, casethe whole sum of past by-passed charge. (HCOB 19 Aug 63) supervisors, course supervisors and the pertinent adminA contraction or shortening of the word administration, admin is used as a noun to denote the actions involved in administrating an organization. (Modern Management Technology Defined (C) 1976). staff, or individual auditors and casethe whole sum of past by-passed charge. (HCOB 19 Aug 63) supervisors can, if the fulfil these definitions, apply to be recognized as a Ron's Org or a Ron's Org Field Auditor respectively.
b) The association does not interfere with the administrative matters (personnel, dissemination, distribution, finance and pricing) of a Ron's Org.

§ 4 MEMBERSHIP

Every RO staff member and every RO field auditor1. one who listens and computes; a Scn practitioner. 2. one who has been trained in the technology of Scn. An auditor applies standard technology to preclears. 3. a person who through church training becomes skilled in the successful application of Dn and Scn to his family, friends and the public to achieve the ability gained as stated on the Gradation Chart for his class of training...more can apply for ROC membership.

Persons who do special projects for the ROs can also be granted membership status by the ROC.

Honorary membership can be assigned by the General Assembly for persons having made outstanding contributions to the purposes of the ROC.

Additionally each member has to fulfill the following prerequisites:

- in agreement with standard techAbbreviation for technology. The methods of application of an art or science as opposed to mere knowledge of the science or art itself. (HCOB 13 Sep 65) as per LRHL. Ron Hubbard and CBR
- C/S2. the C/S is the case supervisor. He has to be an accomplished and properly certified auditor and a person trained additionally to supervise cases...MORE okay, which includes: not currently PTSPOTENTIAL TROUBLE SOURCE, 1. a person or preclear who “roller-coasters,” i.e., gets better, then worse. This occurs only when his connection to a suppressive person or group is unhandled and he must, in order to make his gains from Scn permanent, receive processing intended to handle such...More, pursuing his own bridge actively on RO lines
- supporting the purposes of ROC
- introduced by another member of the ROC

The admission of a new member is decided upon by the General Assembly after checking the prerequisites.

A member can be temporarily or fully excluded by the ROC when he no longer fulfills all of the above prerequisites.

§ 5 MEMBERSHIP RIGHTS REGARDING GENERAL ASSEMBLIES

Each member can participate in the General Assemblies. If it comes to voting on decisions, all members which belong to one RO have together one vote and can only exercise their right to vote in accordance with each other. The right to vote for each group of members belonging to one RO is exercised by the leader (Commanding OfficerThe org is commanded by the Commanding Officer (SO orgs). (HCO PL 7 Mar 72) ''Abbr.'' CO) of this Ron's Org, in his absence by another staff member of this Ron's Org. ROs that have more than 10, 20, 30 etc. full time staff members have 1, 2, 3 etc. additional votes.

§ 6 CHAIRMAN

The Chairman presides at the General Assemblies and makes invitations to attend them through the secretary. He executes decisions of the ROC. He is the convening authority on ethics1. The rules or standards governing the conduct of the members of a profession. (HCO PL 3 May 72). 2. A system of removing the counter-effort to the forward push. (6711C18SO) matters. He has the decisive vote in casethe whole sum of past by-passed charge. (HCOB 19 Aug 63) of a drawn vote. The Chairman represents the ROC externally as long as no specific postA position from which a terminal operates in an org, where one knows that somebody is at. (FO 2200) (PRO) is established by the General Assembly.

The Chairman is elected by the General Assembly for a period of 3 years. He can be voted out before that period terminates, but only by a majority of two thirds of the present voting members on a General Assembly where the motion to vote him out was announced in the invitation.

§ 7 SECRETARY

The secretary keeps notes during the meetings and sends them out to all members. He helps the Chairman to get out the invitation and keeps an up-to-date address list of all members. He keeps an archive with all old notes and relevant documents so the time-track of the ROC can easily be accessed when necessary.

The Secretary is elected by the General Assembly. The same rules apply as given in § 4 for the election and voting out of the Chairman

§ 8 GENERAL ASSEMBLIES

a) General Assemblies should be held at least once a year. They are presided over by the Chairman. Notes are kept and sent out to the members.
b) Decisions: To have a quorum, the General Assembly must have been convened properly (invitations in time, i.e. at least 3 weeks in advance, to all members) and at least half of the ROs that have members in the ROC must be either represented by a present member of their org or by authorizing another present member to act on their behalf.
Basically the General Assembly should try to come to agreements regarding necessary decisions. When necessary, the Assembly makes decisions by voting by a simple majority. For decisions which change the statutes of the ROC, the vote must be supported by two thirds of the present ROs entitled to vote (taking into account authorized representatives) and at least the majority of votes of all members entitled to vote. The same rules apply for a decision to resolve the association, to merge it with another corporation or to subordinate it to another corporation.
c) Following parts of the statutes cannot be changed: In § 2 the goal and the purposes a), c), d) and e), the points a), b), c) and
f) of the definition of a Ron's Org, as well as this rule (§ 8 c).
d) Agenda: The proposed agenda is sent out by the secretary three weeks before the meeting. Points which a member wants to discuss should be prepared by a CSWAbbreviation for "Completed Staff Work". An assembled package of information on any given situation, plan or emergency forwarded to me sufficiently complete to require from me only an "approved" or "disapproved". (Modern Management Technology Defined (C) 1976). which is sent in time so the secretary can distribute it to the members one week before the meeting. At the beginning of each meeting the Chairman reads out the agenda and adds points which members would like to include. In casethe whole sum of past by-passed charge. (HCOB 19 Aug 63) of a time-consuming matter that was not prepared by a CSWAbbreviation for "Completed Staff Work". An assembled package of information on any given situation, plan or emergency forwarded to me sufficiently complete to require from me only an "approved" or "disapproved". (Modern Management Technology Defined (C) 1976). the assembly can refuse to put this on the agenda. Changes of basic rules must be CSWAbbreviation for "Completed Staff Work". An assembled package of information on any given situation, plan or emergency forwarded to me sufficiently complete to require from me only an "approved" or "disapproved". (Modern Management Technology Defined (C) 1976).'ed before the meeting according to the aforementioned.

§ 9 SUBCOMMITTEES

a) The ROC can establish subcommittees for specific tasks and empower them for actions or decisions connected with this task. There are three permanent subcommittees. A permanent subcommittee can establish its own rules for procedures and decision making as long as they are in agreement with its purpose and the general statutes. If not otherwise provided (by the statutes as in [d] below or by a decision of the General Assembly) the members of subcommittees are elected by the General Assembly for three years. The same rules as for Chairman and Secretary apply.
b) The Board of Approval is a permanent subcommittee for checking the prerequisites set by the statutes of the ROC on delivery units applying to become a RO; it can grant the delivery unit the status without referring to the General Assembly. This subcommittee can also notify a RO where it no longer fulfills the prerequisites and demand that it handle the matter. When in due time no action is taken to fulfill the demand, the subcommittee informs the Chairman who has the power to revoke the RO status of a delivery unit and thus exclude them and their staff members from the ROC. The RO in question can petition to the full assembly. In any casethe whole sum of past by-passed charge. (HCOB 19 Aug 63) the Chairman informs the full assembly when a delivery unit has had its RO status revoked. Everything stated in this section § 9 b) on ROs is applicable analogously for RO field auditors.
c) The second permanent subcommittee is the Review Board. Its purpose is to check on the standardness of technical application of the ROs. It can send out missions to orgs which can investigate in the course room or folders to establish the level of standardness; in casethe whole sum of past by-passed charge. (HCOB 19 Aug 63) of found outnessesThe condition of being out. Out: Things which should be there and aren't or should be done and aren't are said to be "out". (HCOB 19 Jun 71 III) the missions can propose corrective actions to the responsible staff members. Missions are sent out mainly on reports or requests of staffs or public, but the Review Board can originate such missions all by itself to ensure a high technical standard of all ROs. The Review Board consists of highly trained techAbbreviation for technology. The methods of application of an art or science as opposed to mere knowledge of the science or art itself. (HCOB 13 Sep 65) terminals.
d) The third permanent subcommittee is the QualQualifications: the division on many Scientology organization boards that certified the correctness of products (including auditing levels gained) and corrected outnesses and bad products from other divisions. [[User:AntPhillips|Antony A Phillips]] 23:17, May 9, 2014 (MDT) Board. It consists out of all SSC/S ULR trained persons of the RO network. Its purpose is to exchange information on technical matters, establish what is considered as standard or not standard on doubtful points, and the members can bring up troubles or observations from their delivery to share experience and get counsel from peers.

§ 10 ETHICS

Ethics technologyThe methods of application of an art or science as opposed to mere knowledge of the science or art itself. (HCOB 13 Sep 65) ''Abbr.'' tech of L.Ron Hubbard is applied, with caution regarding issues that were published after 1975. The ROC originates ethics1. The rules or standards governing the conduct of the members of a profession. (HCO PL 3 May 72). 2. A system of removing the counter-effort to the forward push. (6711C18SO) cycles only in matters which cannot be solved otherwise. The ROC does not get involved in internal matters or disputes between members or ROs, except when the parties involved ask for such help. In this casethe whole sum of past by-passed charge. (HCOB 19 Aug 63) the Chairman appoints one or several members as B of I, Comm EvAbbreviation for Committee of Evidence. (Modern Management Technology Defined (C) 1976) or whatever is suitable as per ethics1. The rules or standards governing the conduct of the members of a profession. (HCO PL 3 May 72). 2. A system of removing the counter-effort to the forward push. (6711C18SO) technologyThe methods of application of an art or science as opposed to mere knowledge of the science or art itself. (HCOB 13 Sep 65) ''Abbr.'' tech.

§ 11 FINANCES

The association is financed by donations. Apart from that, the General Assembly can decide that members or ROs pay certain fees to support the work of the ROC and its subcommittees. Such decision would be regarded as change of statutes as per § 8b) so that a qualified vote is necessary. As long as no such decision has been taken there is no obligation to fees and no personal liabilityBelow non-existence there is the condition of liability. The being has ceased to be simply non-existent as a team member and has taken on the color of an enemy. (Modern Management Technology Defined (C) 1976). of members for obligations of the association. Apart from that the liabilityBelow non-existence there is the condition of liability. The being has ceased to be simply non-existent as a team member and has taken on the color of an enemy. (Modern Management Technology Defined (C) 1976). of the members is limited to the amount of one yearly fee.

The organs and acting personnel of the association work as volunteers and in principle can only claim reimbursement for their effective expenses and outlays.

§ 12 LOCAL RON'S ORG COMMITTEES

a) Regional or local ROCs can be formed so the association can delegate functions regarding those local areas.
b) A regional or local group of at least five ROs can apply to form a local ROC by handing in their proposed statutes. The General Assembly of the ROC, which in this casethe whole sum of past by-passed charge. (HCOB 19 Aug 63) is considered as ROC WWAbbreviation for World Wide. (Modern Management Technology Defined (C) 1976). The corporation the owns and controls Scientology Orgs. (HCO PL 9 Mar 72I), decides upon this. The local ROC should have statutes which contain the goals and purposes given herein and should perform the functions of the ROC WWAbbreviation for World Wide. (Modern Management Technology Defined (C) 1976). The corporation the owns and controls Scientology Orgs. (HCO PL 9 Mar 72I) as given here within their local group of ROs. The unchangeable parts of these statutes named in § 6 c) must as well be unchangeable parts of the local ROC's statutes. Each local ROC must be defined by its geographical region, which may not conflict with an area of another local ROC. The local ROC can be given the right to grant and revoke RO status to delivery units in its local area. It can have a local Review Board; however, the Review Board WWAbbreviation for World Wide. (Modern Management Technology Defined (C) 1976). The corporation the owns and controls Scientology Orgs. (HCO PL 9 Mar 72I) may check into orgs of that area if it pleases.
c) The local ROC should be represented at the General Assembly of ROC WWAbbreviation for World Wide. (Modern Management Technology Defined (C) 1976). The corporation the owns and controls Scientology Orgs. (HCO PL 9 Mar 72I) by at least one representative. This representative has three votes. Beyond that the ROs of the local ROC have no right to vote in the ROC WWAbbreviation for World Wide. (Modern Management Technology Defined (C) 1976). The corporation the owns and controls Scientology Orgs. (HCO PL 9 Mar 72I). The local ROC and the ROC WWAbbreviation for World Wide. (Modern Management Technology Defined (C) 1976). The corporation the owns and controls Scientology Orgs. (HCO PL 9 Mar 72I) keep a close commSlang, short for - communication lineThe military type of organization form whereby there is a definite ascending and descending chain of command. Orders pass from top management down the line of command and compliances and data pass on up without by-passing the chain of command. (Modern Management Defined (c) L. Ron Hubbard, 1976), sending each other the notes of the General Assemblies, etc.
d) The local ROC can form junior local ROCs in its area by the same procedure. Every local ROC is responsible to keep up the technical standard in its area.
e) A local ROC can have its rights and status revoked only by the General Assembly of ROC WWAbbreviation for World Wide. (Modern Management Technology Defined (C) 1976). The corporation the owns and controls Scientology Orgs. (HCO PL 9 Mar 72I). This can be done only when the local ROC is not acting according to the standards set in these statutes, particularly acting contrary to the purposes or condoning deviations of Standard Tech in its area of responsibility.

§ 13 STANDING ORDER NO. 1

On matters regarding ROs and RO Field auditors1. anyone who is active in the field, professionally, is classified as “field auditor.” (HCOB 26 Oct 56) 2. a field auditor professionally processes preclears up to his classification but not power processes or above. He can run study courses. (HCO PL 21 Oct 66 II) and their application of techAbbreviation for technology. The methods of application of an art or science as opposed to mere knowledge of the science or art itself. (HCOB 13 Sep 65), everyone can write to the ROC.

These statutes are in forcel. random effort. (Scn 0-8, p. 75) 2. energy with some direction. (PDC 56) 3. force of course is made up of time, matter, energy, flows, particles, masses, solids, liquids, gasses, space and locations. (HCOB 16 Jun 70) from their approval by the founding assembly on.

APPENDIX: DEFINITION OF A RON'S ORG:

As "Ron's Org" is the abbreviation of "Ron's Organization and Network for Standard Technology", the following prerequisites are given for any delivery unit to become and remain a Ron's Org:

a) A Ron's Org needs a fully trained C/S2. the C/S is the case supervisor. He has to be an accomplished and properly certified auditor and a person trained additionally to supervise cases...MORE according to the level it is delivering.
b) The C/S2. the C/S is the case supervisor. He has to be an accomplished and properly certified auditor and a person trained additionally to supervise cases...MORE, when not properly trained by Academy training and up to SSC/S ULR courses, is taking senior C/SingA case supervisor direction of what to audit on a pc. (HCOB 23 Aug 71) and correction from a RO C/S2. the C/S is the case supervisor. He has to be an accomplished and properly certified auditor and a person trained additionally to supervise cases...MORE and pursues his training with his senior C/S2. the C/S is the case supervisor. He has to be an accomplished and properly certified auditor and a person trained additionally to supervise cases...MORE or by taking part in training camps . A senior C/S2. the C/S is the case supervisor. He has to be an accomplished and properly certified auditor and a person trained additionally to supervise cases...MORE must have been standardly trained in the Ron's Org.
c) Regarding Auditing, C/SingA case supervisor direction of what to audit on a pc. (HCOB 23 Aug 71) and Training in the Div 4 course room, a Ron's org delivers Standard Tech, using exclusively original materials of LRHL. Ron Hubbard and, where it applies, CBR. A RO runs a standard course room according to study techAbbreviation for technology. The methods of application of an art or science as opposed to mere knowledge of the science or art itself. (HCOB 13 Sep 65).
d) A Ron's Org is in cooperation with the RO-network in technical matters.
1) treating other ROs and RO Field Auditors with respect
2) exchanging results and experience as needed
3) consulting his/her senior C/S2. the C/S is the case supervisor. He has to be an accomplished and properly certified auditor and a person trained additionally to supervise cases...MORE or other competent RO terminals when technical questions arise
4) supporting other ROs regarding translations and translated materials as well as original materials
e) The C/S2. the C/S is the case supervisor. He has to be an accomplished and properly certified auditor and a person trained additionally to supervise cases...MORE of an org (meaning the highest posted Tech Terminal within the orgShort for organization. (HCO PL 8 Sept 69)) and COAbbreviation for 1. Commanding Officer. (Modern Management Technology Defined (C) 1976). The org is commanded by the Commanding Officer (SO orgs). (HCO PL 7 Mar 72) have to become ROC members.
f) The status of a Ron's Org must have been approved by ROC WWAbbreviation for World Wide. (Modern Management Technology Defined (C) 1976). The corporation the owns and controls Scientology Orgs. (HCO PL 9 Mar 72I) or a local ROC that was empowered by the ROC WWAbbreviation for World Wide. (Modern Management Technology Defined (C) 1976). The corporation the owns and controls Scientology Orgs. (HCO PL 9 Mar 72I), and that status may not have been revoked by the same authority.
g) If the org applying for the title "Ron's Org" has not been fulfilling all prerequisites for at least one year, it temporarily gets the title of "forming RO". After one year of operation it can apply for the title of "RO".

DEFINITION OF A RON'S ORG FIELD AUDITOR:

a) A RO Field Auditor, when not properly trained by Academy training and up to SSC/S ULR courses, is taking senior C/SingA case supervisor direction of what to audit on a pc. (HCOB 23 Aug 71) and correction from a RO C/S2. the C/S is the case supervisor. He has to be an accomplished and properly certified auditor and a person trained additionally to supervise cases...MORE and pursues his training with his senior C/S2. the C/S is the case supervisor. He has to be an accomplished and properly certified auditor and a person trained additionally to supervise cases...MORE or by taking part in training camps. A RO FA must have been standardly trained in the Ron's Org.
b) A RO FA delivers standard techAbbreviation for technology. The methods of application of an art or science as opposed to mere knowledge of the science or art itself. (HCOB 13 Sep 65), exclusively using original materials of LRHL. Ron Hubbard and, where it applies, CBR.
c) A Ron's Org FA is in cooperation with the RO-network in technical matters:
1. treating other ROs and RO FAs with respect
2. exchanging results and experience as needed
3. consulting other competent RO terminals or the C/S2. the C/S is the case supervisor. He has to be an accomplished and properly certified auditor and a person trained additionally to supervise cases...MORE meeting when technical questions arise.

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