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Standard Operating Procedures

All Club members must be made aware of the existence of the Standard Operating Procedures and should be encouraged to read and become familiar with the content of each SOP.

SECTION SOP No. SUBJECT
Section 1 – Patrol Operations 1.01 Patrol Roles and Responsibilities
Section 1 – Patrol Operations 1.02 Patrol Captain Duties
Section 1 – Patrol Operations 1.03 Patrol Member Duties
Section 1 – Patrol Operations 1.04 Patrol Equipment Requirements
Section 1 – Patrol Operations 1.05 Remote and Outpost Patrols
Section 1 – Patrol Operations 1.06 Water Craft Management
Section 1 – Patrol Operations 1.07 Beach Closure
Section 1 – Patrol Operations 1.08 Inclement Weather
Section 1 – Patrol Operations 1.09 Lightning Procedures
Section 1 – Patrol Operations 1.10 Hot Weather & Heat Waves
Section 1 – Patrol Operations 1.11 Shark Sightings
Section 1 – Patrol Operations 1.12 Image and Public Relations
Section 1 – Patrol Operations 1.19 Modified Patrol Operations (COVID-19)
Section 2 – Powercraft Operations 2.01 Inflatable Rescue Boat Operations
Section 2 – Powercraft Operations 2.02 Powercraft Code of Conduct
Section 2 – Powercraft Operations 2.03 Marine Mammals
Section 3 – Lifesaving Vehicles 3.01 Accidents Involving Life Saving Vehicles
Section 3 – Lifesaving Vehicles 3.02 Life Saving Motor Vehicles
Section 3 – Lifesaving Vehicles 3.03 Side by Side Vehicles (SSV)
Section 4 – Communication and Information Technology 4.01 Logs and Reporting
Section 4 – Communication and Information Technology 4.02 LSVComms Contact Information
Section 4 – Communication and Information Technology 4.03 LSVComms Sign On/Off Voluntary Patrols
Section 4 – Communication and Information Technology 4.04 Reporting Incidents and First Aid Cases
Section 4 – Communication and Information Technology 4.05 Reporting Rescues
Section 4 – Communication and Information Technology 4.06 Incident Notifications
Section 5 – Emergency Operations 5.01 Crowd Control Procedures
Section 5 – Emergency Operations 5.02 Body Retrieval
Section 5 – Emergency Operations 5.03 Rescue Procedures
Section 5 – Emergency Operations 5.04 Search and Rescue Operations
Section 5 – Emergency Operations 5.05 Critical Incident Management
Section 5 – Emergency Operations 5.06 Emergency Callouts and Response
Section 5 – Emergency Operations 5.07 Missing Persons
Section 5 – Emergency Operations 5.08 Night Operations
Section 5 – Emergency Operations 5.09 Emergency Management Liaison
Section 5 – Emergency Operations 5.10 Duty Officers
Section 6 – Occupational Health and Safety 6.01 Sharps and Contaminated Material
Section 6 – Occupational Health and Safety 6.02 Risk Assessment and Management
Section 6 – Occupational Health and Safety 6.03 Hazardous Goods Storage and Handling
Section 7 – Gear and Equipment 7.01 Gear Inspection and Audit Requirements
Section 7 – Gear and Equipment 7.02 Automatic External Defibrillators (AED)
Section 7 – Gear and Equipment 7.03 Oxygen Resuscitation Equipment
Section 7 – Gear and Equipment 7.04 First Aid Equipment Requirements
Section 7 – Gear and Equipment 7.05 Disposal of Lifesaving Equipment
Section 8 – Obligations and Standards 8.01 Patrol Audits
Section 8 – Obligations and Standards 8.02 Patrol Uniforms
Section 8 – Obligations and Standards 8.03 Water Safety Procedures
Section 9 – AMSAR Operations 9.01 Helicopter Safety
Section 9 – AMSAR Operations 9.02 Rescue Water Craft (Personal Water Craft Operations)
Section 9 – AMSAR Operations 9.03 Marine Rescue Vessels
Section 9 – AMSAR Operations 9.04 Helicopter Taskings

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