Mairangi Bay Surf Lifesaving Club is a volunteer surf lifesaving rescue service, patrolling Mairangi Bay and other beaches on Auckland’s North Shore
The Coordinated Incident Management System (CIMS) structure is applied to all multi-agency and ongoing incidents that SLSNR is involved in, therefore a good understanding of the CIMS structure is critical for effective incident management.
Students who complete this course are able to describe the interrelated functions of the coordinated incident management system (CIMS) model, the incident controller’s responsibilities at an incident, and the role and function of the operations manager, the planning/intelligence manager, and the logistics manager at an incident.
This course is run in conjunction with NZ Police and Tai Poutini Polytechnic. Course fees will be covered for current members that meet entry requirements, however there will be a charge to those members with confirmed bookings that do not attend the course. Additionally, Clubs will be asked to endorse all applications.
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The MBSLSC 2017 AGM was held on Sunday 30 July. The Management Committee presented the 2017 Annual Report and a new committee was elected: POSITION NAME President Steve Vaughan Chairman Michael Buck Director of Finance Louise Davidson Director of Membership Ruth...read more
The latest issue of SPLASH is out.... Catch up on recent news and find out about what's coming up at the club. In the newsletter you will be able to register for the following: MBSLSC AGM 30 July 2017 IRB courses: register your interest in a driver or crew person's...read more
Mairangi Bay members have again been selected in New Zealand teams for the International Surf Challenge in November and December at Mount Maunganui. Danielle McKenzie and Nick Malcolm were named in the Open Team, joining Coach Jason Pocock, Assistant Coach's Kevin...read more