Technical info

Technical info for Organisers

Organisers_Manual_2016
Organisers Checklist Jan11

Notes on using OE2003 and the EEE System

Example flyer: Example Flyer
Course entry sheets (for ticking off maps sold): course-entry-sheet.pdf course-entry-sheet.xls
Ready reckoner (makes the maths easier for Registration bods!):  Ready Reckoner pdf  Ready Reckoner xls

Course stubs (should be loads of these already in Organisers’ box):
Reg stub White
Reg stub Yellow
Reg stub Orange
Reg stub Long Orange
Reg stub Light Green
Reg stub Green
Reg stub Blue
Reg stub Brown

Plus some you might need for SOLs:
Reg stub Short Green
Reg stub Short Blue
Reg stub Short Brown
Reg stub Black

Risk assessment forms:
BOF Risk Assessment Form
There may be one of these from a previous event on your area that you could use as a starting point – ask the Fixtures Team.

Rescue Plan

Post Event Reports

Non BOF Members Insurance Details pdf
Non BOF Members Insurance Details xls

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