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02 - CZE - role of Monitor

Proposal from

Vladimir SILHAN (CZE)

Proposal title

The role of the Championships monitor

Existing text

4.5.1 At the time a bid is accepted CIMA shall nominate a monitor to ensure preparations are complete and on time. The monitor shall be a jury member, steward, or person with specialised knowledge of championships. The monitor shall be invited to visit the championship site approximately 6 weeks before the start of the event and any prior rehearsal competition held prior to the event.

New text

4.5.1 At the time a bid is accepted CIMA shall nominate a monitor to ensure preparations are complete and on time. The monitor shall be a jury member, steward, or person with specialised knowledge of championships. The monitor shall be invited to visit the championship site approximately 6 weeks before the start of the event and any prior rehearsal competition held prior to the event. Monitor doesn’t be a member of organizers team.  The monitor’s responsibility is to provide inspection, if all key items of the championship were taken into mind and if its preparation is assured. 

4.5.2. Organizer shall send in written to a monitor, no later than 3 month before championship:

a)     Layout of the airfield and camp and its facilities (at least place for camp, parking place for airplanes, parking place for cars, number and location of  toilets, wash rooms, showers, pilot office, scoring room, jury room, official board, briefing room), description of assurance of utilities(drinking water, hot water, electricity, Internet connection) and list of contracts for deliveries and services

b)     List of personnel (marshals, scoring staff, pilot office staff - at least numbers of staff)

c)     Description of the Information system inclusive procedures, description of IT infrastructure and its performance and limitations.

d)     Description of the Scoring system inclusive quarantine and debriefing procedures, system of recording of precision landings, system of loading, saving and backup of data and relevant administration procedures (filling and archiving)

e)     List of measurement tools and equipments and its test certificates

f)      Task sheets

g)     Competition map

h)     Flying restrictions which may be applied during championship, air space reservations etc. and applicable flying procedures (departures, arrivals, final approaches etc)

i)       Ground movement procedures and schemes

4.5.3. The monitor shall be invited to visit the championship site approximately 6 weeks before the start of the event and organizer shall arrange test of information system and scoring system and shall provide inspection of contracts for the deliveries and services, tools and equipment.

4.5.4. The Monitor shall prepare report from the inspection in written and shall send this report to Jury President, CIMA President and organizer.  In this report will be described his comments and evaluation of risks.  Monitor´s report will be distributed to team leaders via competition (championship) organizer. Only authorised person for a decision, if comments will be received or rejected, is competition director.

Reason

Reason – Existing text describes, who may be the Monitor, but purpose of the monitor isn’t described and no results of Monitors work are defined.

Monitoring of the airfield in time, when facilities aren’t installed hasn’t any sense. Shall be clearly defined, what organizer must introduce for inspection and what will be privileges and scope and result of monitors work.  


Added by Robert HUGHES Last edited by José Luis Esteban on 17 Oct, 2010 22:50. Quick links: http://wiki.fai.org/x/f4BW or 02 - CZE - role of Monitor
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