SFS Event Crew - Annual Declaration
This form should be completed each year by all members of the Scottish Freedom Series event crew.

It serves as :

1. INFORMATION of which events you can work at
2. A REGISTER of your personal details, and next of kin information for safety and insurance purposes. (All appointed Scottish Freedom Series event crew are covered through the Snowsport Scotland's official public liability insurance.)
3. A MEANS FOR YOU TO INDICATE WHICH OFFICIALS ROLES YOU WISH TO UNDERTAKE and whether any officials training is required.
4. A SELF-ASSESSMENT tool to assess your mountain safety skills, experience, state of readiness and ability to work in the mountain environment and fulfill your official event responsibilities.
5. A MEANS TO IDENTIFY what mountain safety training you need to fill gaps in knowledge or skills.
6. A MEANS FOR YOU TO CHECK YOU HAVE THE FULL LIST OF RECOMMENDED PERSONAL SAFETY EQUIPMENT

Ok, start with your email first and then once you have submitted your form the SFS organisers will be in touch with you regarding events scheduling, potential roles and mountain safety training.

Please note all information submitted will remain confidential, only be used for the purposes above and not be divulged to third parties.

Email address *
Name *
Your answer
Mobile *
Your answer
Next of Kin *
Please enter name & mobile
Your answer
Which Events *
Please indicate which events you can help at
Yes
No
Lawers 10th Feb
Nevis 3rd March
Glencoe 24/25 Mar
Freeride Comp Experience *
Please confirm how many years of experience you have working as part of the Scottish Freedom Series or any other recognised Freeride event crew
Officials Role Experience
For any official roles YOU ARE KEEN TO DO, indicate your level of experience as: 1. Experienced (requires no training) 2. Limited (need refresher training) 3. None (Need full training)
Experienced (require no training)
Limited Experience (need refresher training)
No Experience (need full training)
Event Director (with overall organisation and liability responsibility)
Safety Lead - Responsible Face Selection and Snowpack Stability Assessment
Avalanche Rescue Lead - Takes control in search and rescue
Medical Lead - Attends to casualties and arranges evac where necessary
Starter (Runs start gate and transceiver tests)
Marshall/Ski Dude (Helps find skis lost in powder on comp face)
Head Judge (Responsibility for judging panel, speed and quality of judging)
Judge (must be be pre-trained or have experience)
Scorer (takes scores and sits with judges)
Videographer
Photographer
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