Director of Lifesaving

Stuart Reeves

Phone: 0419 275 183
Email: lifesaving@secretharbourslsc.com

Patrolling Information

 

Finding a Substitute

  • Members can make use of the closed Secret Harbour SLSC Patrolling Members Facebook group to find swaps or you can use the ‘Patrols” tab in the member portal (portal.sls.com.au) to advertise you are looking for a substitute for your rostered patrol.

Uniform and Gear

  • Patrol Members must wear the correct Red and Yellow Quartered Cap, and Correct patrol uniforms during the patrol hours.
  • Please remember to tag out any defective gear, and report the defective gear to lifesaving@secretharbourslsc.com
  • Designated patrol first aiders are requested to check the first aid kits at the start and end of each patrol, noting down any equipment used/to be replenished and clean any sand out of the kits.
  • Designated Advance Resuscitation personnel are requested to check the oxygen kits at the start and end of patrol noting down any equipment used/to be replenished and clean sand out of kits.

Other Information

  • Members who want to participate in other activities such as age managing, training or skills maintenance must sign off patrol prior.
  • Please be at the club for 8.00 am for patrol set-up.
  • Saturday and Sunday patrols finish at 1.00 pm. Please remember to allow additional time after these times for cleanup.
  • Remember to sign the patrol roster sign in sheet so your hours are recorded.

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Supplementary List

If you are unable to undertake/complete your rostered patrols you may make application to be placed on the supplementary list. Applications for the supplementary list must be in writing to the Director of Lifesaving in accordance with the Club By-Laws Volume 1, Section 7.10 requesting approval. Applications may be emailed to the club.

 

Skills Maintenance Sessions

Skills maintenance sessions are required to be undertaken each season by all active, competitive & patrolling members to ensure their Bronze, SRC and other awards remain current, to enable you to patrol, compete or provide water safety.

If you would like to attend a Skill Maintenance Session on the same day as your rostered patrol, you need to sign onto patrol after the session.

2021/2022 Skills Maintenance Dates Include:

  • Sunday the 10th of October
  • Saturday the 16th of October
  • Sunday the 31st of October
  • Sunday the 7th of November
  • Saturday the 13th of November
  • Sunday the 21st of November
  • Sunday the 5th of December
  • Saturday the 11th of December

Remember you must to be proficient by the 31st of December each year. If you do not complete a skills maintenance session, you can no longer patrol after the 31st of December.

 
There are no upcoming events at this time.

2020/2021 Annual Report

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