Answered: Penalties for rules without defined penalties

I am asking this on behalf of a team mentor:

There are many Sack Attack rules which specify the penalty for violating the rules, such as:

<G5> During the qualification rounds, the red Alliance has the right to place their Robots on the field last. (…) Teams who violate this rule will have their robots randomly repositioned by the referees.

<SG7> Robots are not permitted to break the plane of their opponents Alliance Starting Tile during the Autonomous Period. Violations of this rule will result in the offending Alliance automatically losing the Autonomous Bonus and the offending Robot being disabled.

Other rules do not have prescribed penalties, such as:

<SG2> Prior to the start of each Match, each Robot will have one (1) Sack available as a Preload. A Sack is considered to be legally preloaded if it is touching the Robot and not touching a Field Element. Any unused Preloads become Driver Control Loads.

<G3> Each team shall include up to two Drivers and one Coach.

<G4> During a Match, the Drivers and Coach must remain in their Alliance Station.

<T05> All team members, including coaches, must wear safety glasses or glasses with side shields while in the pit or alliance stations during matches.

The question is: how should referees deal with the rules that do not have defined penalites?

Teams will be asked to rectify any illegal Preloads. If they do not do so in a timely manner, the preload will be removed from the robot.

Any extra person in the driver’s station will be asked to leave the field area. Refusal to do so could result in a disqualificaton as per <G16> in extreme circumstances.

Any Driver or Coach outside the driver’s station during their Match, will be asked to return to the driver’s station. Refusal to do so could result in a disqualificaton as per <G16> in extreme circumstances.

Team members who are not wearing safety glasses in the designated areas will be asked to put their glasses on. Refusal to do so will result in those not wearing being asked to leave said designated areas.