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Key Organisations VHF Telephone
National Y.C. 69 01 2805725
Royal St George YC 72 01 2801811
Royal Irish Y.C. M 01 2809452
Coastguard 16 01 662 0922
Dun Laoghaire Harbour 14 01 2801130
RNLI 16 01 2802667
Dun Laoghaire Marina M 01 2020040
Dun Laoghaire Motor Y.C M 01 2801371
Dublin Port 12 01 8550888
Dun Laoghaire Gardaí   01 6665000
Safety    
Junior Committee on office wall    
Junior Organisers Fiona Staunton Michele Halpenny   087 6646445 087 7993999      
Children’s Officers Alison Piggott Helen Turner   086 8386020 087 1313139  
Sailing Manager: Olivier Prouveur   087 7936212  
Doctors on Standby Dun Laoghaire Surgery Dr. Ray Murphy     01 2807469 01 2842744  
Dentist Dr. Tom O’Conner     01 2809576  
    Junior Coaching Series – Co-ordinator and Beachmaster procedures Radios
  • Radio – 69 is the default channel
  • Bottom right button is to unlock
  • Boathouse is 37a
  • Coastguard is 16
Co-ordinator
  • Check weather bearing in mind rain or snow wind speeds and also gusts. Consider the temperature also, the ISA suggests 3deg is the lower limit for sailing. Talk to coaches 30 mins in advance, then decide whether coaching should go ahead and if going ahead whether it should be in the harbour. If coaching is cancelled, option to do theory instead.
  • Ensure that briefings start on time and that the coaches know who the children are.
  • Check that the instructors have a plan for their session.
  • Check that each coaching group has a working rib.
  • Remind the coaches to use their kill cords.
  • Radio checks. Ensure that mobiles are also brought out and obtain numbers. 
  • Observe coaches including regarding safety, punctuality, do they know their group
  • Know which parents are on launch assistance. Launch assistance role is required to be present for the whole day, not disappear.
  • Radio check before going out.
  • When launching Coordinator to complete check of mast clamp / life jacket / centreboard tied on.
  • After de-rigging has happened, ensure that the boats have been stored neatly.
  Beachmaster
  • Obtain launch list from tray in office upstairs
  • Observe launch process and note sail numbers, child name, time of launch
  • (do not get involved in trolleys or other as it is important not to miss any boat which is being launched)
  • Co-ordinate who is on water.
  • Maintain regular contact – ask coaches to check in at intervals.
  • Co-ordinate any rescue required.
  • When boats come back in check each one off against launch list and ensure that all boats are in.
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. Resources & Contacts Lists

 

Key Organisations VHF Telephone
National Y.C. 69 01 2805725
Royal St George YC 72 01 2801811
Royal Irish Y.C. M 01 2809452
Coastguard 16 01 662 0922
Dun Laoghaire Harbour 14 01 2801130
RNLI 16 01 2802667
Dun Laoghaire Marina M 01 2020040
Dun Laoghaire Motor Y.C M 01 2801371
Dublin Port 12 01 8550888
Dun Laoghaire Gardaí   01 6665000
Safety    
Junior Committee on office wall    
Junior Organisers

Fiona Staunton

Michele Halpenny

 

087 6646445

087 7993999

 

 

 

Children’s Officers

Alison Piggott

Helen Turner

 

086 8386020

087 1313139

 
Sailing Manager:

Olivier Prouveur

  087 7936212  
Doctors on Standby

Dun Laoghaire Surgery

Dr. Ray Murphy

   

01 2807469

01 2842744

 
Dentist

Dr. Tom O’Conner

   

01 2809576

 

 

 

Junior Coaching Series – Co-ordinator and Beachmaster procedures

Radios

  • Radio – 69 is the default channel
  • Bottom right button is to unlock
  • Boathouse is 37a
  • Coastguard is 16

Co-ordinator

  • Check weather bearing in mind rain or snow wind speeds and also gusts. Consider the temperature also, the ISA suggests 3deg is the lower limit for sailing. Talk to coaches 30 mins in advance, then decide whether coaching should go ahead and if going ahead whether it should be in the harbour. If coaching is cancelled, option to do theory instead.
  • Ensure that briefings start on time and that the coaches know who the children are.
  • Check that the instructors have a plan for their session.
  • Check that each coaching group has a working rib.
  • Remind the coaches to use their kill cords.
  • Radio checks. Ensure that mobiles are also brought out and obtain numbers. 
  • Observe coaches including regarding safety, punctuality, do they know their group
  • Know which parents are on launch assistance. Launch assistance role is required to be present for the whole day, not disappear.
  • Radio check before going out.
  • When launching Coordinator to complete check of mast clamp / life jacket / centreboard tied on.
  • After de-rigging has happened, ensure that the boats have been stored neatly.

 

Beachmaster

  • Obtain launch list from tray in office upstairs
  • Observe launch process and note sail numbers, child name, time of launch
  • (do not get involved in trolleys or other as it is important not to miss any boat which is being launched)
  • Co-ordinate who is on water.
  • Maintain regular contact – ask coaches to check in at intervals.
  • Co-ordinate any rescue required.
  • When boats come back in check each one off against launch list and ensure that all boats are in.

 

Winter Training Protocol 2017