Clubs wishing to host a carnival must apply to do so at a BoSS meeting prior to the season commencing. The host club has many responsibilities in the conduct of the carnival and there is paperwork that needs to be completed prior to the carnival.
The host club must complete and sign a carnival management agreement form
The host club must sign and complete a risk assessment with the aide of the carnival referee.
On the day of the carnival the risk assessment must be produced and revisited by the carnival referee, the carnival organiser and Emergency Services Organiser. The carnival referee is the person in charge of the carnival and has the final authority on whether the carnival needs to be moved, shortened, or cancelled due to surf conditions.
All documentation can be obtained from the Branch office and must be completed according to the guidelines illustrated on the document prior to the carnival being opened up on the entries system.
For all events, the Carnival Organiser and the Carnival Referee are responsible for completing the SLSSNB Carnival Agreement
and returning this to email@example.com to the carnival being opened up on the entries system.
For more information refer to the following SLSSNB Carnival Guide