Partner: The future employer
Target group: students, seasonal workers, specialised tourist reception staff
- The mentor must have validated registration for the course.
- Must be able to complete the entire course.
Objective: The supervisor is the person who has the skills to observe and note an abnormal situation in order to call a competent operator.
He/she assists the High Ropes Course Operator by better monitoring safety rules.
- Ensuring that the participant does not need help;
- Ensuring that the instructions and basic safety rules are followed;
- Calling a competent operator who will be responsible for an eventual evacuation;
He is the back-up on the high ropes course, and has a good view of the workshops.
Always works under the responsibility of an Operator.
|WELCOME, ADVISE, PREVENT
|Correct fitting of the harness.
Equip the participants and prepare the operator’s work.
|SUPERVISING A TEAM OF PARTICIPANTS
|Checking that safety instructions are followed on a simple course, checking that the participant is always strapped in:
o Knows the instructions given to participants;
o Knows and checks the correct number of participants authorised per course;
|ASSESS, INTERVENE AND PERFORM FIRST AID IN THE EVENT OF AN INCIDENT/ACCIDENT
|Check that the participant does not need help:
Call a competent operator who may be responsible for evacuation
o Knows the procedure for calling an operator if a participant needs help;
o Knows the procedure for calling an operator responsible for evacuation if necessary;
o Knows the emergency procedures and applies the emergency plan;
|ENSURE ADMINISTRATIVE/OPERATIONAL FOLLOW-UP
- Attesting knowledge of the safety instructions and the points defined in the abilities.
- Fitting the harness and completing the course without falling.
Duration: 2 hours
Trainer: The mentor
The mentor is an experienced rescue operator who can undoubtedly demonstrate a great deal of experience in supervising high ropes courses. He is capable of carrying out all rescue operations on his site. The sponsor is in order of training and recycling.
Refresher training: Training is valid for 18 months and must be renewed with a 2-hour refresher course.