Skills Maintenance in Resuscitation, Radio, IRB Crew etc can be completed in the Course area of your Members Area Account – https://members.sls.com.au
and for further instructions click here – SLSA Members Portal Online Requalification’s – how to guide as at 22-8-2018
How to request a substitute instructions, click here – PATROL SUBSTITUTIONS IN MEMBERS AREA
Patrol 1 – Tri Patrol – Patrol Captain Brianna Coyte
Patrol 2 – The Young Ones – Patrol Captain Andrew Porter
Patrol 3 – Gourmet – Patrol Captain Chris Fillingham
Patrol 4 – Top Team – Patrol Captain John Vergara
Patrol 5 – Masters – Patrol Captain Mick Cook LM
Patrol 6 – Chief Instructors – Patrol Captain Bil Kensey LM
Patrol 7 – Boatee – Patrol Captain Dean Griffin LM.
Patrol 8 – Ski Patrol – Patrol Captain Ross Blowers LM
- ALL PATROLS START AT 8.30 AM FOR SETUP.
- It is assumed that all patrolling members will be in attendance for their patrol dates.
- If you cannot make your patrol dates
- YOU MUST CONTACT YOUR PATROL CAPTAIN AND ADVISE THAT YOU ARE NOT AVAILABLE FOR PATROL.
- Find a replacement for your rostered patrol either by
- Substitution via Members Area (please refer to: PATROL SUBSTITUTIONS IN MEMBERS AREA)
- Personally contacting and swap with another Patrolling Member
- Request an email be sent to patrolling members for a replacement/swap of patrol’s – Request for email can be sent to Jacqui (email@example.com) early in the week before patrol weekend
- Notify your Patrol Captain of who will be replacing you!
SLSNSW MINIMUM PATROL REQUIREMENTS
- As per the SLSNSW Standard Operating Procedures, a volunteer SLS patrol must consist of the following MINIMUM personnel:
- 3 x Bronze (Cert II) qualified members (proficient).
The following proficient qualifications/awards must be held by the collective patrol members on any patrol day:
- 1 x Silver Medallion IRB Driver (proficient)*
- 1 x IRB Crew (proficient)*
- 1 x ARTC (proficient)*
- 1 x Silver Medallion Beach Management *
- * These awards may be shared between the three patrolling members on patrol.
- The minimum patrol requirements will need to be followed when configuring patrol rosters for the 2017/2018 season.
- Clubs/Branches may set further requirements on top of the SLSNSW minimum patrol requirements.
- Uniform: Patrolling lifesavers should be professional and neat in appearance, as to present the best possible image to the community and be easily identifiable as an on-duty lifesaver.
- SLSA yellow long sleeved patrol shirt
- SLSA red patrol shorts
- Red and yellow quartered cap
- SLSA red patrol peaked-cap or wide-brim hat
- If wearing a jacket on patrol, a red/yellow jacket which meets SLSA brand guidelines shall be worn. (These can be ordered through Jacqui in the office)