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Ernie Lazenby

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Safety Officers report 2018
« on: September 25, 2018, 10:14:59 AM »
                                       Darlington and District Model Boat Club
                         2018 Annual Safety Officers report- Ernie Lazenby safety officer
Fire extinguishing equipment examined and found to be in good serviceable condition.
Lipo battery charging bags examined and fully serviceable.
Warning notices about the correct use of lipo batteries displayed in the club house main room and charging bay.
First aid equipment examined and found to be complete and in serviceable condition.
A notice is prominently displayed advising as to the location of the first aid kit.
The club rowing boat is ageing but is in serviceable condition for safe use. Use of the boat is restricted to authorised members.
A very small quantity of petrol is stored for the strimmer and water pump used to maintain the reservoir surrounds and water level.
During club hours a throw in life preserver is located near the jetty.
Lighting and heating equipment located in the club house in good working order.
A notice is displayed in the club house setting out good hygiene practice for consuming food after hands have been in contact with the reservoir water.
Details of the clubs third party public liability insurance are displayed in the clubhouse. All members are covered as are the club officers on a separate ‘club officials’ policy.
Keeping the weed down to acceptable levels has been done through the application of the blue dye authorised previously by the parish council and  manual removal by volunteer members who are supplied with suitable gloves. Those who volunteer do so at their own risk. A risk assessment is carried out before any such work is done.
EJ Lazenby for DDMBC
1st September 2018
model boats are great fun, the faster the better.Floating kettles are interesting
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