Title Page

  • WWSydney Team Leader Checklist

  • Team Member Name:

Wet n Wild Sydney Rotations Admin 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 Rotations Admin procedures and to document learning outcomes.

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

Reference Documents: Wet nWild Sydney Rotations Admin 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 the Rotations Admin

  • Team Member Initial

  • Displays an understanding of and demonstrates the General Duties required as the Rotations Admin

  • Team Member Initial

  • Demonstrates knowledge of and how to enact the additional Rotations Admin duties and responsibilities for – - WH&S - Emergency Response - Rotations - RBT procedures - Meal Breaks/Rest Pause/Hours Worked - Daily Hours and Budgets - Performance Discussions

  • 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:

The templates available in our Public Library have been created by our customers and employees to help get you started using SafetyCulture's solutions. The templates are intended to be used as hypothetical examples only and should not be used as a substitute for professional advice. You should seek your own professional advice to determine if the use of a template is permissible in your workplace or jurisdiction. You should independently determine whether the template is suitable for your circumstances.