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  • out & about
    of race podium Feb 2008 Blackpool Model Boat Show 2006 Chernobyl children visit Clubhouse porch BMBS says thank you Work on the lake banks Power success in Germany Hobbies Models Crafts Festival 2005 Multirace 29th May 2005 Club Sunday 10th April 2005 Work on the lake banks Working Saturday 5th June 2004 Blackpool Model Boat Show Bonfire Burgers Evening 2003 Lions Carnival 2003 Power news May 2003 Tree Cutting Buffet

    Original URL path: http://www.bridmodelboats.co.uk/outabout/outabout.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • minutes

    Original URL path: http://www.bridmodelboats.co.uk/minutes/clubminutes.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • clothing
    club logo are available by special order from Hitherstay Hunmanby Street Muston Filey YO14 0ET Pam and her dedicated team are ready to take your order and give you any other help and information on 01723 513703 BADGES STICKERS KEY

    Original URL path: http://www.bridmodelboats.co.uk/clubclothes/clothing.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • healthandsafety
    barrier for any powerboat which is out of control should it strike the bank There may be other areas where the Captain of the relevant discipline considers it necessary to restrict access during an event and will mark these areas using red and white striped tape and signs as necessary An outward facing board has been fitted to the main powerboat operating area to avoid boats mounting the landing stage Competitors members will be asked to ensure safe practice with regard to rotating propellers and all fast electric boats must have a safety power isolation loop fitted 4 Heavy lifting and handling Assess risk Low Medium High All heavy equipment including the weed cutter both rescue boats and outboard motors should be carried by a minimum of two people and assistance asked for if necessary 5 Use of rescue boats Assess risk Low Medium High Any member using a rescue boat must wear the appropriate buoyancy aid lifejacket These are supplied by the club and kept in a rack inside the clubhouse Protective headgear must be worn and additional boat side panel protection used by rescue boat crew during multiracing events No junior member under the age of 18 may use the rescue boat unsupervised Rescue boats must be returned to their original storage position after use 6 Eye injury from transmitter aerial Assess risk Low Medium High All transmitters in use with telescopic aerials must as a minimum have the manufacturers safety button fitted For members who move around the site with aerials extended it is advisory that an additional device such as a practice golf ball foam ball or some other such device be fitted The wearing of glasses will reduce this risk 7 Re charging of batteries Assess risk Low Medium High All batteries if recharged on site must be done so in accordance with the manufacturer s instructions Lithium Polymer Lithium Iron Nickel Cadmium Nickel Metal Hydride and Lead Acid technologies are all used A bucket of dry sand and or suitable fire extinguisher or fire blanket must be provided near the charging area and on the landing stage 8 Water borne diseases Assess risk Low Medium High Everyone using the site should be made aware of the possibility of water borne diseases such as Weil s disease Hand washing facilities are available on site and anyone eating must first wash their hands and use appropriate hygiene procedures 9 Substances hazardous to health Assess risk Low Medium High Anyone using cleaning materials or any other hazardous substance must use safety gloves goggles appropriate to the substance used and in accordance with the manufacturer s instructions Any member using combustible fuel must take great care and the Captain of the discipline must ensure that no smoking rules apply in the vicinity of these fuels These are felt to be the primary risks but members must still be aware of possible risks with their models and equipment and should act accordingly especially when the general public are on

    Original URL path: http://www.bridmodelboats.co.uk/healthandsafety/healthandsafety.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • rules
    disrepute comes to the attention of the committee this will be investigated and if found to be justified my membership may be suspended in accordance with the constitution The committee will inform at the Annual General Meeting of all reported incidents together with the action they have taken To also abide by the following general rules v Accompanied Juniors Juniors are the responsibility of the adult member to whom they are related and must be accompanied at all times while on site by that member in the interests of safety and child protection v Club Equipment This is provided for the benefit of members and should only be used for the purpose intended v Sailing Frequencies Each member must provide a frequency peg bearing their full name if using the 27 or 40Mhz bands 2 4GHz users are exempt from this rule This peg must be displayed on the frequency board before the transmitter is switched on and removed as soon as the transmitter is switched off Only one peg per member at any one time may be used If a member wishes to use a frequency that is already in use the present user of that frequency must allow the new user to sail after 30 minutes To continue sailing each member must alternate in 30 minute periods This rule applies over all disciplines and all days except when an organised event is in progress v Allocated Days Tuesdays are designated as scale and yachts only Wednesdays are designated as Power and competition Fast Electrics only Club 500 boats are not classed as competition Fast Electrics and as such are included as scale boats However any discipline may sail on either of these days if the water is unoccupied but must give way to the appropriate discipline if necessary

    Original URL path: http://www.bridmodelboats.co.uk/rules/rules.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • Bridlington Model Boat Society
    Technobots Electronic and mechanical components superstore Always Hobbies Boats radios and a lot more In Minature On line shop for general modelling Ashton Models Jotika Ltd Scoonie Hobbies Model Technics Glow Fuels Glowplugs GLR Distributors Modelmakers Engineering supplies Chronos Ltd Tools Engineering supplies FAQ about rechargeable Batteries Radio Control Models Miskin Models Period model boat parts Modelboatbits Miscellany of parts and fittings etc rcbonkas co uk Batteries etc Located in

    Original URL path: http://www.bridmodelboats.co.uk/images/external.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • moreinfo
    Steering As usual there will be open sailing throughout the day Catering will be available from the Galley PLEASE SUPPORT YOUR CLUB PLEASE KEEP YOUR DOGS ON A LEAD AND CLEAR UP AFTER THEM IF THEY MAKE A MESS If

    Original URL path: http://www.bridmodelboats.co.uk/events/moreinfo.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • stoppressnews
    STOP PRESS NEWS These items will be updated regularly

    Original URL path: http://www.bridmodelboats.co.uk/stoppressnews.htm (2016-04-29)
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