Dates for the Diary
|Friday 11th June||6:00pm||Live Music at SBSC with Ed Moon|
|Saturday 19th June||6:00pm||Food & Wine Dinner - details below|
|Sunday 20th June||11:00am||New Members Event|
|Saturday 31st July||2020-21 Presentation Night|
Whats on @ SBSC
YEAH – WE ARE BACK !!
Upstairs will be open for dining this Friday night June 11th - from 4.30pm for drinks and dining from 5.30pm.
Masks are still required inside and a reminder that QR code signing in for contact tracing is mandatory. Thank you everyone for your co-operation with this.
Due to our maximum inside density limits of 50 pax at the moment – BOOKINGS WILL BE ESSENTIAL. Apologies in advance that we will not be able to accommodate everyone. Hopefully next week will see further opening up.
We will be having LIVE MUSIC this Friday from 6pm featuring the dulcet tones of soul-inspired singer/song writer “Ed Moon”.
Due to our reduced inside dining limits we will be operating the kiosk on Saturday and Sunday from 10.30 am and will have our usual range of baked goods and a selection of “Heat ‘n Eat” Meals for your enjoyment.
Please call #0439314179 before COB Friday to guarantee your order.
Finally, Snooks Catering would like to congratulate our Head Chef Paul Golding, on being a finalist in the National Team for the Bocuse d’Or Australia 2021. Please see the attached flyer and link below regarding this .
We are delighted to support him on this journey and wish him all the best he prepares for the competition scheduled towards the end of August. Those of you attending our Food and Wine Dinner will definitely be in for a treat. www.bocusedoraustralia.com.au/finalists-ready-to-battle.
WINTER FOOD & WINE DINNER - 19th JUNE
Coming up soon for your enjoyment is our “Winter Food and Wine Dinner” on Saturday 19th June, featuring a 5 course degustation menu showcasing local Vineyard, Quealy Wines. Meet the winemaker – Kathleen Quealy. We are looking forward to bringing you a wonderful food and wine experience on another level again and a night to remember.
Numbers are limited, so please book early to avoid disappointment. All bookings are through the TRY BOOKING link https://www.trybooking.com/BRSES
Safety & Risk Management
"Australian Sailing recognises that there are inherent risks associated with conducting sailing events, races and activities (including training) at clubs and centres.” (Australian sailing club risk management handbook 180704 180704 pg.4)
Safety Beach Sailing Club acknowledges Australian Sailing’s recognition of inherent risks and is committed to implementing strategies to support AS’s vision and recommendations.
By eliminating or minimising the adverse impact of all activities which may give rise to injurious or dangerous situations, risks are mitigated and potentially avoided. This requires the development of a framework, within which risk exposure can be monitored and controlled. Risk management is a tool by which persons involved can seek to meet their duties and responsibilities, and minimise their exposure to liability.
Risk Management implementation is a means of providing systematic and rigorous pathways to a safer sporting environment and experience for sailors, the public and those organising activities.
When most effective, risk management is part of an organisation’s culture and is integrated into its philosophy, practices and business plans. Like all good management practices it is driven from the top down and is recognised as the responsibility of everyone.
Risks which can be covered by a risk management program include:
Physical Risks, Legal Risks, Financial, Moral and Ethical Risks
It is SBSC’s objective to reduce the incidence of injury to participants, officials, persons associated with the club and sailing activities, as well as additional user groups enjoying the club and its facilities. And of course to ensure a safe environment for individuals to participate and enjoy sailing.
The current Risk Management committee has identified a number of current safety issues and in conjunction with the Executive Committee, significant strategies and changes have been explored and some of them implemented. There are plans for further changes in preparation for the forthcoming summer sailing season (2022), details of which will be identified in future newsletters.
Risk Management Committee
Keelboat & Tower News
Next Race Details:
Sunday 20th June - BMWS Pursuit Race
|First Warning Signal:||9:55H Pursuit Start with Extra's Optional|
|Tower Duty:||Amanda Malin & Graeme Ainslie|
|Tower Support:||Elaine Nicholas & Mal Winder|
Hopefully we will be able to get back to racing on the which will be the first of our Brass Monkey Winter Series Races. These races have a Pursuit Start and we normally sail the mid-length courses in our SI's. The really fun part of this series is that you are able to use extra's such as Spinnakers, Code 0's etc. If you DO intend to run any "Extra's" sails then please notify the Safety Beach Tower when signing on for the race and add 4-minutes to your nominated starting time.
Start sheet is posted on the club website.
New Racing Rules of Sailing
The Chair of the Victorian Racing Rules Officials Committee, Darren Eger will provide a presentation on the updated Racing Rules of Sailing. World Sailing’s updated Racing Rules of Sailing came into effect on 1st January 2021 and will govern the sport for 4 years; until December 31st 2024.
This presentation will be held on Thursday 24th June @ 7pm. To attend go to Club Conferences - Australian Sailing.