The races and events that PSBSC runs are only possible thanks to the efforts of club members and other volunteers who take a turn to do many essential duties. Refer to the rotas on this page for Officer of the Day (OoD), rescue boat, timekeeper and Club night shore duty. If you are unable to do a duty, please first try to arrange a swap with someone else on the list.
Click here for the 2017 duty rota.
Regatta Safety Boat
Guidance for duties:
The safety boat skipper should identify their own crew (except for club nights when this is on the rota). The safety boat skipper should aim to arrive well before the start time in order to check fuel and battery and be on the water by the time the first boat is on the water. The skipper should also check the tide height and if necessary take the safety boat round to the Cooper St pontoon earlier in the day - or even the previous day. Please also read the club's Standard Operating Procedures (which include guidance for safety boat skippers) contained in the 'Management & Safety' section of the website. For further guidance and any technical difficulties with the boat speak to Neil MacRae (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Officer of the Day (OoD):
All OoDs will have done this before. Guidance for OoDs is available in the club's Standard Operating Procedures, contained in the 'Management & Safety' section of the club website. Any queries, speak to Alexander Mackenzie (email@example.com)
Tuesday Shore Duty:
Guidance for shore duties can be found in the club's Standard Operating Procedures, contained in the Management & Safety section of the website - please read these. Any questions please contact the senior training instructor.