Dinghy's Booking Policy - Safety Plans, Risk Assessments and Sailing Instructions
Steps to go sailing
- Login to the Portal
- Go to the Calendar and select an event
- Read the event description (Note: times listed are the rigging times)
- Select book and answer any questions.
- You will receive an email acknowledging that you have placed a booking
- You must have read the Dinghy T&C's (below) before coming to the event.
- The Office Of the Day (OOD) will decided on the day if it is safe for you to go sailing.
STANDARD SAILING INSTRUCTIONS:
DINGHY SAILING TERMS AND CONDITIONS (T&C's)
Dinghy Sailing T&C's are comprised of both the Risk Assessment and the individual Event Safety Plans. These are standard documents for the events as noted below.
Open Days, Laser and Enterprise Opens and special type sailing events will in addition have their own Safety Plans which can be noted against the individual bookable events.
By signing up to an event and participating in that event, you are confirming you have read, understood and accepted the Dinghy Sailing T&C's.DINGHY SAILING RISK ASSESSMENTS:
Standard Dinghy Sailing Risk Assessment
This document applies to:
General Sails + Fun Sailing
Cup and Championship Races
Thames Turtles Events
Open Days, Laser and Enterprise Opens
EVENT SAFETY PLANS:
Event Safety Plans Each event type will have its own safety-plan according to the sailing criteria and conditions around that event. Please note the safety plans below, relevant to the event that you have signed up to:
~ General Sails & Fun Races LCSC Event Safety Plan_General Dinghy Sailing.pdf
~ Cup and Championship Races LCSC Event Safety Plan_Racing.pdf
~ Thames Turtles Events LCSC Event Safety Plan_Thames Turtles.docx
~ Open Days, Laser and Enterprise Opens* LCSC Event Safety Plan_Discover Sailing & Open Days.pdf
*Open Days might have an additional and specific safety-plan according to the event. These will be made obvious at the time of booking.
Last updated 15:57 on 4 October 2023