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Surf Life Saving Patrols

Surf Life Saving Patrols - Our core business.

Under our obligations to Surf Life Saving NSW and Sutherland Shire Council, North Cronulla Surf Life Saving Club is responsible to provide life-saving patrols and beach management services at our beach.

We operate under the Patrol Service Agreement (PSA) provided by SLS NSW and these also form the basis of our Section 15 Agreement with Sutherland Shire Council.

Each season, a Patrol Operations Manual (POM) is developed and used by our Patrol Captains and Vice Captains whilst on duty.

The SLSNSW Standard Operating Procedures outline policies, procedures and guidelines to assist lifesaving services in the management and delivery of their operations. These documents define minimum operating standards for all Surf Life Saving Clubs, Support Operations/Services and the Australian Lifeguard Service. It also reflects the professional requirements, responsibilities and expectations of our services by all stakeholders including club members, emergency service partners, government departments and the wider communit

Please click here for the link to SLSNSW Standard Operating Procedures Lifesaving Services Version 4, 2014

Please click for a copy of the Sydney Branch Pre Season Lifesaving and Education presentation.

Our Patrol Captains and Vice Captains please review this presentation for latest information for this season. 

Patrol Captains and Vice Captains

SLSNSW has a section on their web site dedicated to providing Life Saving documents and resources.

Please check here to land on SLSNSW Lifesaving website for useful patrol information throughtout season 2016 - 2017. 

This season we will have 14 fully equipped patrols providing life-saving patrol duties from 24th September 2016 through to end of April 2017.

This equates to over 13,000 volunteer hours our club members will provide the community while performing these patrols.

Our Club Management Committee extends our thanks and appreciation to our members who will be patrolling North Cronulla Beach during the 2016 - 2017 season.