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supporting member questionnaire
Victoria Marine Rescue Society
has a variety volunteer opportunities that help support RCMSAR Station 35 beyond becoming a crew member and anyone is welcome to get involved!
Which VMRS volunteer areas interest you?
Public Outreach & Marketing
Boating Safety Awareness Initiatives
Accounting & Treasury
Joining the non-profit VMRS Board
None. I just want to be a crew member
SAR CREW member questionnaire
Leave blank if you prefer to be a supporting member only.
Why do you want to join RCM-SAR Station 35?
What is your boating background? Please list all current marine certifications.
Please fill in as much information as possible.
A search and rescue crew member is a critical role that demands a lot of training on and off the water and willingness to remain within 15 minutes of the station during designated on-call shifts.
It is expected that crew members:
Attend training sessions every Wednesday and Sunday
Remain on-call and within 15 minutes of the station for 1 full weekend each month (Friday 6pm to Sunday 6pm)
Cover additional on-call shifts throughout the week
Confirm you understand the time commitments required for RCMSAR crew members.
Yes, I understand the time commitments involved with becoming a crew member and gaining the necessary training for marine search and rescue.
On-call shifts are split into four, 6-hour blocks each day:
2400-0600 (Midnight - 6AM)
0600 - 1200 (6AM-Noon)
1200-1800 (Noon - 6PM)
In General, which shifts would you most likely be able to remain on-call within 15 minutes of the station?
2400 - 0600 Night Crew
0600 - 1200 Day Crew
1200 - 1800 Day Crew
1800 - 2400 Night Crew
It will vary with work/school schedule.
What is your travel time to Ogden Point?
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