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2 Minute Form 22

Activity Name

Lake Rotorangi

Date

Check-in Name

Check in Phone

Mobile

Work

Home

Instructors/Guides

Cell Phone Number

VHF Call Sign &/or Vessel Name

Vehicle make, model, registration, colour

Make & Model

Mitsu Delica

Registration

Colour

black

Make & Model

Registration

Colour

General Plan

Note: If plan changes, you must notify your Check-in person.

Get in at Glen Nui boat ramp paddle along lake approx. 5km to lunch spot then paddle back.

Usually very sheltered suitable destination for windy days.

Place to meet

Glen Nui

Time to Meet

Time to be on the water

Latest Time Off the Water

Tide/ Forecast Lake Level

Low

High

AMP used20

Communications Carried21

Communications

Cell ph PLB

Equipment Carried

Usual day kit as per Activity Equipment list

No of Participants (taken from Activity Participant List)

For notes go to canoeandkayak.co.nz/notes March 2015

Activity Plan

Rotorangi trip

Location

Difficulty1

Beginner

Activity Description

Lake paddle

Instructor/ guide qualification req.2

NZKI 2

Nzoia K leader

Ratios Req.

1:8

Get in Location

Glen Nui

Chart/ Map no.4

BJ30/BK31

Distance

10km

Get out Location

Glen Nui

Coastguard Channel

Nowcasting

Trip Destination (if different from get in/ get out)

Emergency / Coastguard Station

Phone

111

Emergency get out 5

Either side farm land.

Instructor positioning16

Visual & audible contact with group at all times. Instructor must be in a position to assist in an appropriate time.

Drinking Water6

Toilets7

Emergency Response

Refer Emergency Response Booklet

Parking8

Specific Equipment Required9

Working Communications equipment in this area10

Cell phone

Sat phone

Mountain Radio

PLB

VHF

Other resources and notes11

Weather Parameters12

Beginner: no significant surf or swell, wind under 25 knots. Intermediate: 30knots

Advanced: any condition that’s suitable for the trip’s aims.

Previous incidents13

Safety Management14

Hazard

Significant?

Management Strategy15

Hazard

Significant?

Management Strategy15

Cold Water

Yes – M

- Carry spare dry clothes and shelter

- Ensure participants are adequately clothed

Deep Water

Yes - M

- Correctly fit PFDs

Capsizing

-Panic and or fail to remove spray skirt

-Deep water rescue

Yes – M

· - Correct fitting PFDs

· - Train participants at performing rescues

· - Pre-trip briefing and practice

· - For inexperienced tour participants consider no spray skirt

Water Skiers

Yes

- Keep a good lookout and stay out of the way – Understand rules of the sea.

Medical Conditions and injuries

Yes – M

· - Leader has first aid qualification

· - Ask customers about medical conditions.

· - Coach paddlers in proper technique to avoid repetitive strain injuries

Heat / Sun

Yes - M

· - Protective Clothing (worn), Sunglasses, Hat

· - Sun Screen

· - Plenty of drinks

Panic

Yes - M

- Ensure conditions match level of skills

Obstacles

Yes - M

- Awareness of reefs, navigational hazards, nets

Bad Weather

Examples:-

-Cold Front

-Thunder and lightning

Yes - M

- Understand weather forecasts.

- Have back up plans or pull out if necessary

-Understand the signs, make for nearest get out and wait for the front to pass, Do not try to out run.

-Designate downwind paddler, keep paddlers in close contact, Keep group close to shore

-Seek shelter if close in shore, Paddle separated if off shore, If flash to thunder is less than 30sec seek shelter, wait 30min after last 30sec count to resume

-Brief group before, Instructor to position between group and danger, maintain group control

Group Separation

Yes – M

- Set ground rules dependent on the conditions and the skill level of the participants

- Maintain Ratios in accordance with conditions

- Ensure good communications maintained

Marine life

No

- Give wildlife “room to move”.

- Do not approach wildlife that may cause injury.

· - Leader has first aid qualification

Mud and surface weed

no

Find a good get out sight. Avoid the thick weeded areas.

Other Vessels

Yes - M

· - Understand the “rules of the sea”

· - “Be seen” – Have at least two of the following; flag, brightly coloured kayak, brightly coloured PFD or hat. At night: an all-round white light & a powerful torch.

.

Fishermen –

No

- Stay clear and be polite.

Written up by

Peter van Lith

Ops Manager approved

16/7/18

Signed

Bronnie van Lith

Date

16/7/18

Review in

12 months from date of approval

SATAP REVIEW

Name

Peter van Lith

Date

16/7/18

Name

Bronnie van Lith

Date

16/7/18

Tier Three: Canoe & Kayak Activity Management Plan (AMP)

For notes go to canoeandkayak.co.nz/notes March 2015

For notes go to canoeandkayak.co.nz/notes March 2015

Activity Equipment Check list

Equipment Check

Yes / No

Equipment List

Group Gear Check

Yes / No

Group Gear

Helmet (rivers & surf)

Split paddles

Beanie / hat

Repair kit

Paddle Jacket

Fire lighting

PFD

Cooker/thermos

Spray deck

Tow system

Kayak & paddle

1st Aid Kit

Booties

Flares

Thermals

Compass

Water & food

Charts / Maps

Pump

GPS (optional)

Paddle float

Knife (cut rope)

Airbags (if boat has no bulkheads)

Emergency Shelter

Pin Kit

Spare thermals

Throw Rope

Two forms of Communication

Yes / No

Kayaking Check list

Yes / No

Trip Plan/ 2-minute form lodged with Ops. Manager

Emergency Procedures include emergency get out.

Latest weather forecast

Working communication devices e.g. VHF radio, mobile phones, PLB

Conditions match skills?

Specific safety issues for this trip

On & off water safety

Participant list

Environmental concerns

Any medical conditions

Hyperthermia (hot) & Hypothermia (cold)

All participants keen to proceed?

Paddle signals

What to do if the leader is incapacitated.

Appropriate wind conditions to run activities

Appropriate river conditions to run activities

Novice - no significant surf or swell, wind under 15knots

Novice – Grade 1 - 2

Intermediate- surf or ocean swells less than 1.5 metre or wind under 25 knots

Intermediate – Grade 1 - 2

Advanced- any condition that is suitable to the activities aims

Yes / No

At conclusion of activity

Contact check in person

Group Debrief

For notes go to canoeandkayak.co.nz/notes March 2015

Post Activity Check List

Have you submitted the following before, during or after the activity?

Yes / No

Activity reports. Is all relevant information present

Approved Activity Management Plan (AMP)

2 MINUTE FORM

Weather forecast

Activity Participant Sheet

Activity Check List

Trip report (May be on the 2 minute form)

Accident / incident reports

Trip Report (anything you want to report back to management)

Instructor/ Guide Signature

Date

For notes go to canoeandkayak.co.nz/notes March 2015

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