CSPS Brimacombe Retention Survey
Notes: a "0" in a cell indicates that the question was not answered
Different people's responses are separated by horizontal lines.
1. What are we doing that's working well - can we do more of
I like the comradery that comes with the patrol. I enjoy the times we are able to have to
meet, as in the potlucks and other get togethers away from the hill.
2 treating us like people. Appreciating personal situations.
A volunteer organization the has high quality education/training program, protocols, and
clear expectations (from National standards to Patrol Leader and team at Brimacombe).
Shift leaders who run daily patrol teams through incidents, open/close sweep and dealing
with area management. Great on-snow instructor team who took the time to work with
individuals who came to the hill ready to continue and complete the training requirements.
The camaraderie and mutual support on and off the hill is wonderful. Ski patrollers are a
bit of an odd bunch and in some respects a drinking club with a skiing problem.
I have never felt on my own at an accident scene and I am impressed how well we work
together as a team.
The first aid training in the fall is a great way to get to know fellow patrollers.
The scheduling system, from my user pov, seemed to work well.
The first aid program is good.
I have enjoyed the pot lucks at the hill. The canteen is fairly well stocked. I like the addition
of the noodle cups. It would be nice if there were some other choices for non-candy more
meal type foods at the Hilton.
Well, being a rookie, i can say that the first aid training and on hill training has been
excellent. the level of dedication by the traininers and assistants was most beneficial.
You can clearly see the dedication that these folks have in ensuring that every new
member is highly trainined, motivated and nurtured along so as not to scare anyone away.
I would suggest that mid season all patrollers be involved in a refresher session of