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VOLUNTEER REQUIRED: VOLUNTEER COMMUNITY SAFETY ADVISOR – DARTMOUTH


This role will help us save lives at sea by promoting RNLI community safety messages to local target audiences in the RNLI’s bid to reduce the number of preventable deaths and incidents that occur within the local coast and inland waterway environment Community safety fulfils one


of the four strands of the RNLI’s concept of operations, saving lives at sea by providing free education and advice and facilitating other interventions through Community Lifesaving Plans. The Community Safety Adviser is a public facing role as you will be going out into the community


and delivering the RNLI community safety advice directly to members of the community. Whilst other mem- bers of the team will be designing the Community Lifesaving Plan which is aimed at reducing fatalities and serious incidents, and targeting particular ‘at risk’ groups, we are asking for advisers to provide that face-to-face intervention. This is a great role for somebody who has good communication and people skills and possibly some experience of public speaking but if not, the desire to gain some skills and/or confidence in this area. The ability to interact within a team will be important and, whilst it would be desirable to have some


knowledge of coastal activity, this is by no means a requirement to be considered for this role. If you would like to join a friendly,


dedicated and motivated team and fit the criteria above or, have some of the required skills and would like to develop further in this area, we would like to hear from you. Training will be provided to ensure a full knowledge of the RNLI and in particular the work of the Commu- nity Safety Team.


Please contact Phil Key, RNLI Community Safety Officer, Dartmouth, if you would like to know more about this role. Mobile 07968 747156.


News, details of launches, photographs and videos can be found on the Dart station website. www.dartlifeboat.org.uk or the station Facebook page www.facebook.com/dartrnlilifeboat


Phil Key RNLI Dartmouth Community Safety Officer


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