Wilderness Challenge Security/First Aid Details

 

First Aid

49th SERT Ventures/Rovers.

Emergency First Aid process

The nearest hospital is the Victoria Hospital on Pebina Hwy, just north of Bison Drive (U of M) and is approx. 15-20min from the camp.

non-emergency: parent/guardian to be contacted with assessment and arrangements will be made with parent/guardian if non-emergency hospital visit is needed

critical/emergency: Ambulance to be called to meet at gate and directed in if patient cannot be moved, if stable, may rush patient directly to hospital.  Parent/guardian to be contacted with details of the EVAC.

General Camp Security

We will have staff at the entrance of the camp area that will monitor vehicle access onto site.  Vehicles will be directed to designated areas for drop off, pickup, parking, etc.

All onsite staff and participants will be required to wear wristbands for the weekend, color coded to their area/group/OOS.  Wristbands will be given to groups for numbers registered.  Staff may ask to check for wristbands of anyone on site anytime.

Offer of Service Camp Security Procedures

OOS members should arrive on Friday and check into to HQ (the Donut) with any requested paper work and receive their wristband. If you are required to leave during camp, or are arrival on any day other than Friday please contact us your arrival and departure times, to ensure special arrangements are made.

Cub/Guide Subcamp Security Procedures

Cub/Guide groups camping for the weekend can arrive Friday evening (6pm-8pm) or Saturday morning (830am-930am) and must check into site staff for their designated camping areas and receive their wristbands prior to setting up.  Gear will need to be carried into sites, all vehicles will need to be parked in designated areas during camp.  If anyone needs to leave during camp, arrangements should be made with site staff.  If there are any issues at camp, please see your sub camp chief who will be camping in the Cub/Guide area.  Groups only participating in the Cuboree activity should arrive around 1230pm to allow for check in and parking.

Scout/Pathfinder Subcamp Security Procedures

Scout/Pathfinder groups should arrive Friday evening (6pm-8pm) and must check into site staff for their designated camping areas and receive their wristbands prior to setting up.  Gear will need to be carried into sites, all vehicles will need to be parked in designated areas during camp.  If anyone needs to leave during camp, arrangements should be made with site staff.  If there are any issues at camp, please see your sub camp chief or visit HQ.

 


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