How to report equipment damage (including wear & tear):
- If the boat is not rowable put a “NO ROW” sign on the boat.
- Laminated signs are found on the corkboard above the Rigger’s bench
- Write a note in the rigger’s book on the workbench.
- Tell him what needs fixing – BE CLEAR – Leave you name and contact info.
- Do not put the boat in slings unless approved by the Captain.
- If it is regular maintenance and not an accident, fill out a Boat Damage Report (see below). Submit and you are done.
- If you have had an accident with or without damage continue to Boat Incident Page.
Incidents involving club equipment:
- Incident with damage: follow steps above and fill out a Boat Incident Report.
- Incident with no damage: fill out a Boat Incident Report and Submit.
Private boats involved in accidents:
You are not required, but encouraged to fill out an incident report, but please contact the RBC Captain with your side of the story.
If you’ve had an accident:
— please read the boat damage policy and fill out the necessary boat accident forms:
Step 1: Damage Report
A damage report needs to be filled out if a boat is damaged by everyday use or by an accident.
Step 2: Boat Incident Report
This form is required for all incidents