Produced by the Rowing Ireland Safety Advisory Committee, this new publication is targeted at rowing clubs and individual members, throughout our island. The Safety Advisory Committees aim for publishing this document is, to make Safety a topic that is talked and thought about, by all members of the rowing community. The vision is to empower all our members, with the knowledge and understanding so as to keep our sport safe and enjoyable for all
Rowing Ireland CEO Michelle Carpenter said “I thank the Safety Advisory Committee for their efforts when planning, designing and publishing this safety bulletin. I hope it will help clubs and members to commit to ensuring the highest standards of safety within our organization.
I encourage clubs and members to spread the word about this exciting and informative publication”
Row Safe, Stay Safe Content
Over the coming months the Safety Advisory Committee aim to build up content that can be used by clubs as reference material and advice on how to identify hazard, assess the risks, and then how to produce process and procedures to manage those risks. Content will include safety tips and facts for all aspects of rowing, Para, Coastal, Offshore, and flat water(river). Subject matter will include up to date international best practice as well as legislative requirements for clubs North and South of the border.
It is also envisaged that reader input and questions will be address in a “Reader Questions, Answered” segment each month. The “Row Safe, Stay Safe”, bulletin will be available on the Rowing Ireland website and will be emailed directly to club Captains, Secretaries, and safety Advisors.
For information on this publication, or any safety-related matters, or indeed if you would like to be added to the mailing list for “Row Safe, Stay Safe” please email; email@example.com