This season the club has 7 patrols on Stanwell Park Beach, with an average of 13 members in each patrol.
To ensure the smooth running of patrols
- Arrive to your patrol on-time,
- Sign the Patrol Logbook on arrival and at the end of your patrol.
- Wear your full Patrol Uniform (Shorts, Shirt, and Patrol Hat).
- Participate in the patrol.
- Make sure you arrange a swap if you are unable to make your rostered patrol.
- If you have problems finding a swap, try the Active Reserve members.
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Patrol Requirements for All Competitors
- All members who wish to compete in any SLSA championship competition must fulfill their patrol hour requirements detailed in this policy.
- Note that participation in non championship competition may also require a patrol hour entry requirement.
- Under no circumstance shall any member be granted patrol or Club duty exemptions solely upon, or for, competition reasons.
- The patrol hour requirement does not apply to Surf Rescue Certificate members wishing to compete in Junior Activities events (Under 14 and/or under competitions or events).
- Further, to be eligible to participate in competition, members must also adhere to any additional patrol obligations as required by their Club (as per the Club's constitution, regulations and/or rules).
- Members and Clubs must refer to the individual carnival bulletin entry requirements (if any) for competition and championship patrol hour entry requirements.
Patrol Hour Requirements
- For all Active and Under 15 members and any other categories of membership not mentioned, the minimum number of personal patrol hours required for the period of 1 January to 31 December of the preceding year of any SLSA Championship shall be 25 hours.
- For Reserve Active members, the minimum number of personal patrol hours required for the period of 1st January to 31st December of the preceding year of any SLSA Championship shall be 12 hours.
- Hours shall only be calculated on the personal patrol hours completed by the competitor as follows:
- Rostered patrols;
- Substitute for other members (Note: These hours will be credited to the member who has actually done the patrol - NOT the member for whom the substitution was done);
- Voluntary patrols;
- Make Up patrols for approved absences as determined by the Club to cover illness, study, competition etc.
- Water Safety for Junior Activities
- Water Safety at both Senior and Junior carnivals
- Voluntary patrols for SLSA approved Support Operations e.g. Helicopter, Jet Rescue Boats, Offshore Rescue Boats, Rescue Water Craft, Radio Commands.
- Duty Officers from the time that they are tasked to an incident and when at the scene of an incident for which they have been tasked, and which they are actively monitoring/supervising.
Click below for more information on Proficiency & Patrol Hour Requirements for Competition Eligibility
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Surf Life Saving Australia (SLSA) competition is for registered, qualified and proficient members of surf lifesaving clubs who have fulfilled their club, patrol, financial and other membership obligations.
All members who wish to compete at any SLSA competition must be registered, proficient and carry out required patrol and or other service duties, in accordance with the guidelines outlined in the attached Proficiency and Patrol Hour requirements.
This policy covers all SLSA competition, including, but not limited to a competition which is referred to as a carnival, display, interclub, or championship, and irrespective of when such a competition is held.
Where the guidelines specifically refers to a “Championship” competition, it includes Regional, Branch, State and Australian Championships for all competition including Open, Age, Masters, Pool, IRB, Endurance and all other competitions deemed to be a Regional, Branch, State or Australian championship. It also includes ILS and ILS member country Championships.
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