The State Library of South Australia is committed to providing a safe and comfortable environment for all our customers and staff, both onsite and online.
In keeping with the Libraries Regulations 2013, under the Libraries Act 1982, customers are free to use our resources as long as they behave in a reasonable manner and do not interfere with another customer’s reasonable enjoyment of the State Library. Examples of behaviour which is deemed unreasonable or likely to interfere with another’s reasonable enjoyment of the Library include:
The State Library of South Australia has a zero tolerance policy towards any harm, abuse or threats directed towards State Library staff.
Customers who do not comply with the Libraries Regulations 2013 and display any of the unreasonable behaviour listed above may be asked to leave the precinct for the day. Repeated or severe instances of unreasonable behaviour may lead to a longer-term ban from the State Library precinct.
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