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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!
Public Outreach & Marketing
Boating Safety Awareness Initiatives
Accounting & Treasury
Joining the non-profit VMRS Board
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.
that Crew Member are expected to assist the Station by assisting with one or more of the volunteer activities listed in the Supporting Member Questionnaire above.
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
Work with the supporting society
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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