Training on the Water – General
RowSafe – BR Safety Advice for Rowers, Clubs & Competitions –
The decision to go afloat rests with the individual or crew. No criticism will be faced by anyone unwilling to row when they believe it is unsafe to do so
All river outings at ERC must be formally risk assessed by the person in charge (normally the coach) using the Water Training/Outing procedure, including the Rowing Safety Matrix for Supervised or Unsupervised Outings. That person must, as a minimum, sign the outing book (in the main boathouse) to confirm this has been done.
The Water Training/Outing Procedure can be downloaded here
If the outing is unsupervised the procedure outlined must be followed. The Procedure can be downloaded here
The formal risk assessment form for unsupervised boat outings can be downloaded here
The formal risk assessment form for supervised outings can be downloaded here
Additional safety information for anyone steering a boat can be downloaded here
Use Your Common Sense – If in Doubt then Don’t Go Out
The data displayed below, is recorded at 15 minute intervals by the Environment Agency and sent to the website typically twice per day. On some occasions, especially during flooding, when data is retrieved more frequently, the website will be updated more often.
- Where the current level is shown at 1.07m or more, it would indicate that river levels at Evesham Rowing Club are on the RED safety post marker, where rowing is not permissible.
- In all cases, Members and competitors should check with the Safety Officer if in doubt.