Officer updating orb procedures
Support Operations are designed to enable multiple high-risk areas to be patrolled without the overhead costs of establishing a new Surf Life Saving Club, additionally they assist Clubs in patrolling their beach during dangerous surf conditions and peak times.
All Support Operations members complete regular patrols for their club during the season and must be an endorsed member to complete patrol with the various Support Operations groups.
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To enquire about joining a Support Operation, contact your Club Captain or Branch Director of Lifesaving for more information.
The locations of Support Operations are determined through a risk analysis process to ensure that resources are appropriately placed along the NSW coastline.
3 Purpose 3.1 The main objectives of this policy are to:- 4 Scope 4.1 This policy details the process for recording and managing organisational risks identified through understanding of business activity and associated threats and opportunities.
It also includes risks and recommendations identified by external bodies.
The ORB/ERB/SRB can be considered a military resume.The new revised standards are based on a 5-tier system that uses 6 types of investigations and 4 types of reinvestigations that have existed for many years and retain the existing scope and period of coverage of these investigations.The new standards do not permit individuals to move readily between Public Trust (PT) positions and National Security positions without additional investigations.The main obstacle appears to be the different application forms used for these positions.The chart below describes the revised investigative standards by grouping position risk and sensitivity levels into 5 tiers; however, OPM does not use tiers to describe these levels.