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Old 16 March 2008, 16:17   #1
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operating procedures

can anyone give me a definitive list of what shhould be contained in a centres operating procedures or email me a copy of their centres please

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Old 16 March 2008, 16:25   #2
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I would have thought that Centres who put a lot of effort into producing these will be none too keen to just "pass it on"..........
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i can understand that maybe not "pass it on" just give me an idea of what needs to be in it
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Go onto the RYA Web Site - Search for "Operating Procedures".
That'll give you a few ideas.

You could probably find something on the MCA web site as well, but I havent looked on there.
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The RYA can supply you with a Principal's Pack, and Guidelines for Centre Inspections. Between those 2 you should have all the information you need to put together an Operating Manual.

Personally, I think you'd be better to start from scratch and produce your own rather than grab ideas from others. The Operating Manual defines the way you run your business, and it should reflect your own school which will be different from everyone else's. I inspect RYA training centres, and I don't think I've come across 2 Ops Manuals that are the same - but each one is effective for the school that produced it.

One tip - make sure your Risk Assessment is thorough, a lot of the rest starts to fall into place once you understand the risks you have to deal with and create the procedures to contain those risks.

Good luck with it.
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