Wet n Wild Sydney Area Coordinator Procedure Checklist

Issued by: Park Supervisor

Approved by: Operations Manager

Date to be Revised: September 2017

Date Revised: September 2018

Purpose: To list all learning outcomes involved when certifying a designated team member in the Operations Department of the Area Coordinator procedures and to document learning outcomes.

Scope: This checklist will be used to document all designated team members that have been certified in the Area Coordinator procedures when training at Wet n Wild Sydney.

Reference Documents: Wet nWild Sydney Area Coordinator Procedures Wet n Wild Ride Operations and Procedures Manual

  • Name:

  • Trainer:

  • Date:

  • Demonstrates knowledge of the park areas of responsibility and procedures - Area One - 711 Area Two - 712 Area Three - 713 Area Four - 714

  • Team Member Initial

  • Displays knowledge of and how to enact the duties required of a Area Coordinator in all allocated positions

  • Team Member Initial

  • Demonstrates knowledge of and how to enact the additional Area Coordinator duties and responsibilities for – - Area One – 711 - Area Two – 712 - Area Three – 713 - Area Four – 714 - Area Coordinator Relief

  • Team Member Initial

  • Displays knowledge of and understands the following procedures – - ERT and Park Evacuation - Inclement Weather - Attraction Inspection - Incomplete Ride Inspection

  • Team Member Initial

  • Displays an understanding of and demonstrates the General Duties required as a Area Coordinator

  • Team Member Initial

I have received training in the learning outcomes for the Operations Department and have been deemed certified to perform duties of all listed requirements and relevant information.

  • Team Member Signature:

  • Trainer Supervisor Signature:

  • Park Supervisor Signature:

  • Date:

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