BEWL BRIDGE ROWING CLUB
BEWL BRIDGE ROWING CLUB

Officer of the Day

CHECKLIST FOR OFFICER OF DAY

Arrive by 8.00 and spend 30 mins or so checking the following have been done:

At the Start:

• Has the Water Assessment been completed, board updated and looks reasonable?

• Have the boat racks, oars and blades been taken out of Boathouse and is access to Canoe Club and Rangers Yard reasonable?

• Visual check to see members are signing out

• Has a Launch Driver gone to bring in launches from their moorings? If not engage one in the task.

• Are coxes wearing lifejackets?

• If the Juniors have boated and started to pull away from shore is there a launch actually on water?

• Are there any new members or any individuals looking lost?..if so refer to a coach for a briefing.

• Have all crews that are boating checked that boat is sound, has a whistle and one crew member has a mobile phone with emergency contact numbers.

At the End:

Satisfy yourself that someone is going to at the end of the Session :

• Return the boat racks, oars and trestles to the Boathouse

• The launches have been returned to their moorings, keys/kill cords returned to the hook in Boathouse and empty petrol tanks returned to fuel store. No fuel to be stored in Boat house

• Turn the Water Assessment to Red

• Ensure place looks tidy, all empty bottles in bin, any left behind clothes in lost property box

• Turn the lights out

• Look around for trestles and kit left out, return them to Boathouse and then lock the Padlock

• Inquire whether there have been any incidents and if so who is going to report them?

• Ensure there are no Juniors left standing by Boathouse without lifts home

BBRC is holding a 2017 Ceilidh on Friday SEPTEMBER 15th 2017 at the PLOUGH IN LEIGH. Venue and band booked.... Details .... NOT TO BE MISSED - PUT IN YOUR DIARY.

Celebrating 40 Years of Rowing at Bewl - BBRC's first outing July 1977. Celebrating 40 Years of Rowing at Bewl - BBRC's first outing July 1977.
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