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SPECIALIST OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES CHALLENGE. 1. Name the document prepared to alert adults in Scouting in Queensland to the need for vigilance, particularly where there is a potential hazard that may lead to injuries during outdoor activities?. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Qld Branch, May 2011SPECIALIST OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES CHALLENGE

    Qld Branch, May 2011

  • Qld Branch, May 20111.Name the document prepared to alert adults in Scouting in Queensland to the need for vigilance, particularly where there is a potential hazard that may lead to injuries during outdoor activities?

    Queensland Branch Specialist Outdoor Activities Policies and Procedures

    Qld Branch, May 2011

  • Qld Branch, May 2011GENERAL ACTIVITY 1

    Draw the cover

    Qld Branch, May 2011

  • Qld Branch, May 20112.How do I obtain a copy of Queensland Branch Specialist Outdoor Activities Policies and Procedures?

    They can be downloaded from the Members area of the Queensland Branch website.

    Qld Branch, May 2011

  • Qld Branch, May 20113.What position is responsible for all specialist outdoor activities conducted within the Branch?

    The Chief Commissioner who may delegate that authority to other members of the Branch Team.

    Qld Branch, May 2011

  • Qld Branch, May 2011GENERAL ACTIVITY 2List ten specialist outdoor activities for Queensland?

    Abseiling, Air Activities, Bushwalking, Canoeing/Kayaking, Caving, Firearms, Aerial Runways/Flying Foxes, Four Wheel DrivingHigh and Low Ropes Courses, Horse Riding, Indoor Climbing Gyms, Pioneering Activities, Power Boats, Rafting, Range Archery, Rock Climbing, Rowing, Sailboarding, Sailing, Scuba Diving, Snorkelling, Snow Ski Touring

    Qld Branch, May 2011

  • Qld Branch, May 20114.Name the three types of activities, members undertake as defined in QBSI?

    1. DAY-TO-DAY ACTIVITIES undertaken within the normal youth program by the various Sections and Formations. Leaders who hold a Certificate of Appointment can supervise these activities.2 SPECIALIST OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES based on appropriate community and Scouting standards, and require leadership by persons with prescribed qualifications and/or experience in addition to a Certificate of Appointment. (These activities are defined as Adventurous Activities in The Policy and Rules of the Scout Association of Australia.)3 RESTRICTED ACTIVITIES as determined by the Chief Commissioner of Queensland, and binding on all members.

    Qld Branch, May 2011

  • Qld Branch, May 20115.What underpins Scouting activities in these areas?

    P and R Policy 7.4 defines what constitutes specialist outdoor activities.Nationally, these activities are defined as Adventurous Activities. These activities are identified specifically as they require leadership by persons with prescribed qualifications and/or experience in addition to a Certificate of Appointment. Further, they have community set standards which must be adhered to. They can be of higher risk of injury

    Qld Branch, May 2011

  • Qld Branch, May 20116.List the main responsibility of any person who is supervising any Scout activity?a.to make it funb.to link it to Scout Fundamentalsc.to make it low costd.to make it safe

    d.To take appropriate action at all times to reduce the risk of injury to participants.

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  • Qld Branch, May 2011GENERAL ACTIVITY 3What Committee supports the Chief Commissioner in this regard and provide details of four positions on the Committee?Membership is; Commissioner responsible for Specialist Outdoor Activities as Chairman, Branch Advisers/Chairs representing specific skills groups; e.g. RockActivities, Bushwalking, Water Activities, Pioneering, Four Wheel Driving, and other persons nominated by the Commissioner responsible for Specialist Outdoor Activities.

    Qld Branch, May 2011

  • Qld Branch, May 20117.What are the two basic principles of safety as defined in QBSI?

    Eliminate unnecessary hazardsMinimise the effect of any mishaps

    Qld Branch, May 2011

  • Qld Branch, May 20118.Provide at least two examples when day to day activities could become specialist outdoor activities?

    Bushwalking Cycling Canoeing and kayaking Pioneering (incl. Flying Fox construction) Rafting

    NOTE: Adults in Scouting must check whether the activities they are planning to run falls within Day to Day Activities or Specialist Outdoor Activities (requiring prescribed qualifications).

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  • Qld Branch, May 20119.Provide examples of specialist outdoor activities that may only be undertaken by registered external providers?

    Hang gliding, Parachuting, Balloon flights

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  • Qld Branch, May 2011GENERAL ACTIVITY 4Before approving a specialist outdoor activity list 5 things the Group Leader/ Team Leader must check?

    Written permission has been gained from the parents/carers Each Member is appropriately registered or a non-member Activity Advice ( F6), Complete listing of all participants, including the next of kins whereaboutsPermission for the use of any activity site has been gainedThe activity leader and persons in charge of specific activities are competentThe equipment available meets all safety requirementsThe party members have been trained and prepared for the activity/eventThe activity leader or supervisor has knowledge of the locality of the activityThe activity leader will make allowance for participants medical conditionsEmergency plan, one qualified first aider and kitDetails of medical and hospital contacts and participant medical detailsTransport arrangements will meet legal, insurance, comfort and safety criteriaThe activity leader or supervisor can exercise reasonable duty of care Risk assessment of activity may need documentationDistrict Commissioner is advisedIncidents/accidents reported promptly to Group/Team Leader and documented.

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  • Qld Branch, May 201110. What is regarded as a day to day canoe activity ?

    Canoeing that occurs:in a small farm dam, 100 metres diameter orin confined waters where participants can stand up and wade to the shoreline or no more than 50 metres from the shoreline or where craft are in sight and hearing of supervising activity leader.

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  • Qld Branch, May 2011GENERAL ACTIVITY 5List at least three ways a leader can minimise the effect of any mishaps?

    i. Plan to overcome dangerous or unsafe conditions or situationsii. Ensure that suitable equipment is providedEnsure equipment is used properlyEnsure that all participants are trained in the relevant techniquesCheck all rules are followed.

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  • Qld Branch, May 201111.What skilled adults are required to take my Cub Scouts out in a canoe for a fun day to day activity

    A Level 2 canoe holder (depending on craft used) must be present and can supervise up to 3 craft.

    A responsible adult is required to supervise each additional 2 craft. s21.3

    Qld Branch, May 2011

  • Qld Branch, May 201112.What skilled adults are required to take my Scouts out in a canoe for a fun day to day activity

    A Level 2 canoe holder (depending on craft used) must be present and can supervise up to 3 craft.

    A responsible adult is required to supervise each additional 2 craft. s21.3

    Qld Branch, May 2011

  • Qld Branch, May 201113. What if the canoeing for Cub Scouts is to occur on a larger area of water?

    It is Specialist Outdoor Activity and approval of Guide or Instructor is required. A Level 2 canoe or kayak holder must be present and ratio of one adult to every 4 Cub Scouts. Activity restricted to 50 metres from shoreline in Smooth Waters only. Powered rescue boat for every 10 craft, if craft more than 20 metres from shoreline where discernable current or tidal flow. Youth participants must be able to swim 50 metres dressed in shirt, shorts, shoes and PFD.

    Qld Branch, May 2011

  • Qld Branch, May 201114. What do I need to be able to take my Cub Scouts for a daytime bushwalk following a track ?

    Supervisor must hold Certificate of Appointment. This is classed as a day to day Activity as undertaken in tracked terrain, non-remote, non-extreme conditions and is a day walk. s12

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  • Qld Branch, May 201115. What do I need to be able to take my Scouts out for a day hike on tracks?

    Supervisor must hold Certificate of Appointment in Scout, Venturer Scout or Rover Section or hold Bushwalker Level 1 or higher qualification.

    This is a Day to Day Activity and if undertaken in tracked terrain, non-remote, non-extreme conditions considered as a day walk.s12

    Qld Branch, May 2011

  • Qld Branch, May 201116. Can my Joey Scout Mob go abseiling?

    This is a Specialist Outdoor ActivityCan occur with the written permission of the Chief Commissioner s11.3.6

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  • Qld Branch, May 201117. What needs to be checked before a Patrol goes out on a day hike?

    Supervisor must hold Certificate of Appointment in Scout, Venturer Scout or Rover Section or hold Bushwalker Level 1 or higher qualification.This is a Day to Day Activity.Supervisor must ensure that youth leader has skills to deal with situations one would normally expect to arise on type of bushwalk to be undertaken. s12

    Qld Branch, May 2011

  • Qld Branch, May 201118. Can I take my Cub Scout Pack abseiling?

    Yes, under the supervision of a Guide or Instructor. This is a Specialist Outdoor ActivitySection or Group Leader must be present with the Pack. Maximum descent is 10 metres. s11.3.6, s11.3.8

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  • Qld Branch, May 201119. When can Scouts abseil?

    Under the supervision of a Guide or Instructor. The Scout Leader or Group Leader must be present with the Troop. Specialist Outdoor ActivityMaximum descent is 50 metres. No multiple pitch descents. s11.3.6, s11.3.9

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