International Coastal Cleanup Singapore - Registration for Organisers 2017
Greetings Organiser!

Mark the dates - Sat 9th Sep 2017 (Mangroves) OR Sat 23rd Sep 2017 (Beaches)
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Welcome back to this meaningful activity organised volunteer groups in Singapore since 1992. This year in Singapore, we will conduct our cleanups on two dates – Sat 09 September 2017 (Mangroves) and Sat 23 September 2017 (Beaches).

You can view a list of available sites and their status at: http://coastalcleanup.nus.edu.sg/links/site_evaluation.html


Invitation to register!
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We invite Organisers to register and indicate your preferred sites and dates with this form.
We have started allocating sites to interested Organisers. Please do check on the availability of your preferred sites: http://coastalcleanup.nus.edu.sg/links/site_status.html

The ICCS team will review applications every month during the Site Allocation Exercises in May and June. Sites are allocated based on your familiarity with the site, your experience with ICCS, the site difficulty level and and your volunteer preparation, and the date of registration. You will be informed by email.

Registrations will close in end of June.


Workshops for Organisers in July
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Workshops for Organisers and their assistants will be conducted by ICCS Zone Captains at NUS in July. Anyone who needs help in reviewing the site recce and safety assessment checklists must attend. While critical for new Organisers, the workshops can serve as a refresher for veterans who would contribute to the group discussions with peers.

You can choose ONE of three dates to attend the workshop – from Fri 07 Jul, Fri 14 Jul or Fri 21 Jul 2017. Please indicate your date(s) preference(s) and we will re-confirm your allocated workshop date in mid-June.


Other dates
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If you are interested in conducting a cleanup at ANY OTHER PERIOD (without data collection), please see the Year-Round Coastal Cleanup guidelines at: http://yearround.coastalcleanupsingapore.org
You can view the dates of scheduled Year-Round Coastal Cleanups at http://yrcc-cal.coastalcleanupsingapore.org

Thank you for your interest in caring for the environment!

N. Sivasothi
Coordinator,
International Coastal Cleanup Singapore
http://coastalcleanup.nus.edu.sg

c/o Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum
& Department of Biological Sciences
National University of Singapore

(1 of 6) Information about Organisation
Name of organisation, company or school
Your answer
Full address of organisation
Your answer
Postal code
Your answer
How many years has your ORGANISATION been participating in ICCS?
Excluding this year
Your answer
Estimated number of participants
Please provide an estimate, and please update us in August
Your answer
How confident are you of this estimate?
Not sure at all!
Very sure!
Estimated age group of participants
(2 of 6) Information about the Organiser
Full name of Organiser
Your answer
Email address
Your answer
Contact number (Handphone)
We will use this only to text you urgent messages
Your answer
Contact number (Office)
We will try this first during office hours
Your answer
How would you rate your ability as a coastal cleanup Organiser
Ability is a combination of experience in years and frequency and details of planning
How did you come to be an Organiser
Help us understand your situation to learn from or help
Do you have a deputy to help you plan this event?
(3 of 6) Site Selection
Site you would like to work at (1st choice)
We cannot promise you the allocation at this point but will try our best and update you
Your answer
Site you would like to work at (2nd choice, if any)
We cannot promise you the allocation but will try our best and update you
Your answer
Site you would like to work at (3rd choice, if any)
We cannot promise you the allocation but will try our best and update you
Your answer
Type of site you are interested in conducting a coastal cleanup at
Data from all types contribute to our national data; but some require more work
Required
(4 of 6) Risk and Safety
Organisers are responsible for their participants safety. To achieve this, attend our workshops, conduct a site recce and prepare a risk assessment.
Do you require help to understand the requirements of a Site Recce, Risk Assessment and Safety Management Plan?
We can provide advice!
Are you attending the Organiser's Workshop in July? (Expression of intent only; registration later)
Workshop topics - publicity tools, what/how to brief participants, run a coastal cleanup and data collection painlessly, site recces and risk assessment, how to minimise environmental impact. Provisional dates: Fri 07 Jul, Fri 14 Jul or Fri 21 Jul 2017.
(5 of 6) How green is your event?
This is important for us to assess how we conduct our event as a whole.
Are you cleaning and re-using your gloves?
Are you re-using other equipment such as tongs, clipboards and banners?
Are you supplying participants with bottled water?
If providing food, are plates and utensils made from recycled material being used?
(6 of 6) Publicity & Education
Are you planing to do any publicity and education as part of your ICC Singapore event?
Choose all the apply
Required
If a participant asks why we conduct cleanups, give that Singapore beaches are cleaned almost daily, what would you say?
Please help us understand the issues you consider important
Your answer
Questions? Feedback?
Questions or Remarks
Your answer
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