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Adult Training Basics

  1. Your responsibilities as an Adult Leader as Daycamp:
    • Keep the boys SAFE
    • Assist the boys with projects and events
    • Implement sign-in and sign-out producedures
    • HAVE FUN!
    • Report any difficulties to the Camp Director or Camp Adminstrator
    • Take all medical problems (even a scratch) to the Health and Safety Officer.
    • Be aware of camp Emergency/Evacuation Procedures
    • HAVE FUN!
    • Lunch time is NOT free time (you are still responsible for the boys in your den.)
    • Utilize BSA's Yout protection Guidelines
    • One Adult volunteer from each Den is to meet with the camp adminstrator daily (during lunch), this gives you the oppertunity to discuss areas of concern
    • HAVE FUN!
    • Label Everything! It is a good idea to dring a sharpie pen and some masking tape.
    • One Adult in each Den needs to bring a cooler with ice for the boys lunches and water bottles. Wagons are a good idea for hauling around stuff.
    • We need adults to be early for each session, so you are there to check the boys in.
    • Daycamp Uniform: Camp T-Shirts are to be worn everyday. Tennis Shoes or Hiking boots. Hats are a VERY good idea. T-Shirt are coloer coded as follows: Daycamp Staff - Green; Camp Medics - Red; Adult Volunteers - Blue; Youth Volunteers - Orange; Campers - Neon Green; Sibilings - still being determined
    • HAVE FUN!
  2. Emergency/Evacuation Procedures
  3. Information from the Camp Health and Safety Officer Cheryl McElwain
    • The Medic Station is next to Headquarteres and across from the gathering area
    • All program areas are equiped with an emergency supply box that are stocked with gloves, resuscitation masks ... THESE ARE TO BE USED TO TREAT LIFE THREATENING EMERGENCIES, not cuts and scrapes!
  4. In the adult volunteer training packet are:
  5. On the first day of Camp, each Den will recieve a clipboard with the following information:
    • List of all the boys in the Den
    • List of any boys with serious /life threatening allergies or physical conditions, medical warning bracelets will be provided for life threatening conditions.
    • List of any perons NOT ALLOWED to pick up a child from camp
    • Sign-in/Sign-out Sheet
    • Weeklu Schedule
    • Emergency/Evacuation Procedures
    • Map of the Park
  6. There is a daily meeting during the lunch/dinner break, at headquarters to review how the day is going.
  7. Archery Program
  8. Youth Protection Training

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04/21/2002