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End of Day Checks

Race Officer
  • Fuel tank on Committee boat left with enough fuel for following weekend.
  • All flags, course boards and pursuit numbers accounted for  Stop watches, pens, paper and tablet (iPad) returned to Clubhouse.
  • Tablet to be put on charge. Stop watches returned to safe.
  • Radio returned to Clubhouse and placed on-charge. (red light showing)
  • Kill-cord and key returned to safe
  • Results collated and entered into the Race App or passed to the Sailing Secretary
  • Return Committee boat to shelter
  • Any faults reported to the Officer of the Day
  • Officer of the Day advised all checks completed.
   
Safety Boat Helms
  • Inner distance marker and X/Y marks returned to RIB shed
  • Fuel tanks returned to fuel locker with kill-cords attached. Note keys remain in boats.
  • First Aid kit, Throline and Fire Extinguisher returned to clubhouse.
  • Radios returned and placed on charge (Red light showing)
  • Any faults reported to Officer of the Day
  • Officer of the Day advised all checks completed.
   
Senior Instructor

On completion of Sunday training

  • All training equipment returned to Bosun’s locker
  • All training hulls returned to racks/berths
  • Juniors “handed back” to parents/guardians
  • Jennaux and Secu 12’s returned to Powerboat jetty and engines padlocked
  • First Aid kits, Throwlines, Fire Extinguishers returned to Clubhouse
  • Radios returned and placed on charge (Red light showing)
  • Any faults reported to Officer of the Day
  • Officer of the Day advised all checks completed.
 

 

Assistant Officer of the Day (AOOD
  • Check jerry cans for fuel.
  • Galley should be clean and tidy – all crockery, food returned to cupboards
  • Urn turned off and unplugged
  • Cash-up, lock moneybox in Store cupboard with float. Surplus takings for the day counted, recorded and placed in a bag in the secure safe.
  • Clubhouse mopped, tidy and rubbish cleared.
  • Any faults reported to Officer of the Day
  • Officer of the Day advised all checks completed.
 

 

Officer of the Day (OOD)
  • Collate all reports received from all Duty personnel
  • All faults reported back through membership portal
  • Non duty attendees reported to Duty Secretary.
  • Clubhouse locked and all keys returned to safe, safe locked
  • Gates secured on way out
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