Please take the time to read these terms and conditions carefully
|New Patrollers :
less full attendance credit
less summer events credit
less fund raising events credit
- The registration fee for joining the CSP Ogopogo Zone is $200.00.
- A deposit of $20 on a first aid pack and contents as required by the Ogopogo Zone. Given the nature of first aid materials no refund is available for the materials.
- Rental of a patrol jacket from the CSP Ogopogo Zone is required for a nominal fee of $1, which is included in the registration fee.
- A Membership in Mountain Medical Services for $10 is required and included in the registration fee.
- All fees must be paid in full by Sept 21, 2018.
- Upon written notice of withdrawal from the patrol being delivered to firstname.lastname@example.org prior to Sept 25, 2018 a full refund of the registration fee is available for returning patrollers.
- No refund is available to new patrollers.
- You are responsible for paying the tax applicable to spouse or child passes when they are picked up.
- You must successfully complete all aspects of the advance first aid training program to be considered for patrolling activities. Including but not limited to:
- Successful completion of a written exam, diagnostic exam and skill assessments. Each individual will be give only one chance to retake the written or diagnostic exam is they fail to successfully complete the exam on the first try.
- Attendance at two (2) of the lift evacuation training sessions.
- Demonstrate that you meet the required level of competency in one of the following disciplines Alpine, Nordic, Telemark or Snowboard.
- Attending all the required training sessions, including resort specific training. Exemptions can be made on a case-by-case basis at the discretion of the VP of Education.
- Upon successful completion of the above requirements, we will attempt to assign you to a ski area within the Ogopogo Zone. While every effort is made to accommodate the recruit’s wishes, area requirements and restrictions must be considered and met. Therefore, we cannot guarantee that you will be assigned to the area of your choice.
- Your on-hill training will commence as soon as snow conditions allow. This training will include, but not be limited to area specific operating guidelines, toboggan handling, accident site management and on-hill first aid requirements.
- Once you have completed the on-snow requirements successfully you will become a certified member of the CSP. You will then be entitled to wear the official jacket and insignia of the CSP. The jacket can only be worn while you are patrolling or at designated functions and must be accompanied with a certified first aid pack.
- You must adhere to the code of conduct established by the Canadian Ski Patrol at the National, Division and Zone Level.
- You will have to follow the normal roster schedule for your area. On average, the commitment is equal to thirteen (13) patrolling days or evenings in a ski season.
- In addition to your normal patrolling activities, you will be required to participate in at least two fund raising activities per year. These activities help to reduce your registration fees.
- You are required to wear black ski pants and adhere to the CSP national dress code outlined in the Administration manual.
- You are responsible for your own transportation to and from your designated area for your patrol duties.
4) Criminal Records Check
- To the best of my knowledge I do not have a criminal record nor am I aware of currently being under investigation.
- I am aware that CSP or its representative reserves the right to request from me, at my expense, a criminal record and Child Abuse Registry check.
- I authorize any designated representative of the Canadian Ski Patrol to obtain from any relevant authority any and all information with respect to any past or current criminal accusation or conviction against me and/or an official criminal activity check (“vulnerable sector check”) with respect to myself. I understand that the Canadian Ski Patrol or its representatives do not have an obligation to obtain any such information or documentation and that they may ask me to obtain it for their governance, at my expense, at any time.
5) National Waiver Of Liability
- Any sport has its inherent risks, as does performance of ski patrol duties and first aid. Patrollers are not insured by the Canadian Ski Patrol (CSP) or it's Divisions, Zones or local patrols for loss of income in the event of an injury. The CSP strongly recommends the Patrollers acquire their own income protection insurance, if they feel they need one.
- As a condition of membership, or taking a course from the Canadian Ski Patrol, the patroller or student releases the CSP, it's Divisions, Zones and Patrols, as well as their officers, members and agents, from any and all claims for loss or injury, including claims for negligence, arising from the patroller’s or student’s participation in any ski patrol or first aid activities.
- No patroller by virtue of his or her membership, is authorized to incur any obligation or create any liability on behalf of the CSP it’s Divisions, or Zones. I have read and understood this document and I agree to abide by the rules and regulations appearing on this form, and by all others established by the governing bodies of the Canadian Ski Patrol.