Bonjour a tous,
Un grand merci pour une fin de semaine bien exécuté, c’est toujours un défi de démarrer nos programmes de neuf semaine.
Thank you! for your efforts in making the start of programs go off well.
On the 29th of Dec. we had a Stranger Danger issue on the Skyline chair, we are hoping it is an over reaction, however its not something we can ignore.
Because of this we will adjust lift protocol. And increase our awareness and group management.
1- students needing help will ride with instructors, TAs, patrol or coaches.
2 – Instructors will ensure that their groups are paired with each other and avoid single General public adding themselves in. Lift attendants are aware.
3- Ski wee should not be an issue since they are by design in smaller groups and supervisors can help coordinate.
4- The youth groups able to ride lifts without assistance will require instructors to be more organized at the lifts to ensure that pupils ride up within the group.
Before getting on a lift with a student/client, inform them of the following:
• How to sit on the chair lift;
• How to lower the bar;
• How to behave on the chair lift;
• How and when to lift the safety bar;
• How to get off the chair lift; and,
• Where to meet the group
We encourage team work with our groups.
Your supervisors can answer any questions you may have.
Again, thank you for being here and making the show a success.
Encore une foi un grand merci !
Directeur, Services Sportifs/Director, Sport Services
Tel. 819-827-1717 poste 2204