Duty Officer Guide
Phone them at least 1 week prior to the duty to confirm they can attend. Check that they are suitably trained for the duty. If they cannot attend they should arrange to substitute with another member, but failing that contact the
Roster organiser to arrange a substitute and advise him why they cannot make their duty. All substitutions should be noted on the notice board roster and the roster organizer should be informed
When Should I Arrive?
No later than 9am for Sundays and 6pm for Wednesdays
What Do I Need To Do When I Arrive?
What Course Should Be Set?
Check that the race officer is capable of setting a course There are recommended courses for particular wind
directions beside the radios
What Should I Do Between Races?
What Do I Do When Racing Has Finshed?
a) Check all keys and equipment have been taken out of the committee and rescue boats and returned to the
b) Check radios are switched off, and put on charge
c) Cash up the galley (2.30 Sundays 9.00 Wednesdays). Pay galley staff out of takings (Sundays £65; Wednesdays
d) Note down takings in Cashbook and insert a receipt slip into the Blue/ d) Black canisters and put them in the safe in
the committee room (Not necessary for the bar if Bar Chairman is there.)
e) Rubbish should be put in the Wheelie bins (not the skip)
f) Ensure race results are stored under class boards in pigeon hole
What Should I Do When I Leave The Club?
You need to ensure all doors are locked (Bar, Fire, Balcony, Garages and front door. You should not leave before 3.30pm but if there are remaining RESPONSIBLE members there inform them you are going.