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always had the RNLI in the back of my mind and wished to give something back to the organisation. Whilst my boating knowledge and qualifications are in my opinion pretty wide – they bear no relation to the expertise of the RNLI Dart team of helms. I have joined as a DLA – meaning Deputy Launch Authority. Who knew that the Helms and Crew have to have permission to go to sea! That’s me on a duty day – which is about six days a month. My job is to respond to the


coastguard’s alert and find out what the ‘shout’ is, then decide who and what to deploy from the RNLI Dart station. Now that I have had my first shout,


I have also taken on the role of joint LPO – meaning Lifeboat Press Officer. I love taking photos and write the odd article for SCUBA Magazine in my role as Diver Training Lead for the


British Sub Aqua Club, so this should help me to polish my basic skills a little more. The role of an LPO is as wide as


you wish to make it. All launches are written up for the station web site and hopefully get a mention on the station Facebook page. If the launch is particularly


memorable then a news release is sent to the local papers and to the News and Media centre at the RNLI HQ in Poole. From there it is picked up by the national press. The lifeboat crew wear a Go Pro


camera on their helmets, if they remember to grab it as they leave the station. We then edit the film locally, send it to the RNLI Press centre and, if suitable and assuming that there is no objection from those filmed, it is placed on the RNLI Media site and used by the national TV stations. Our film footage has been used twice by


the TV Company making the “Saving Lives at sea” series. Once, when we helped to cut a whale free and, in September 2017, when an elderly gentleman’s life was saved when he fell into the harbour late at night. You never know what the day will bring when you volunteer for the RNLI. Sophie Rennie. RNLI Dart Deputy launch Authority and Lifeboat Press officer.


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


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