Any of these might be appropriate depending on circumstances; generally speaking, you should wait to hear from the TL!
Call Patrol Headquarters
Stay at Duty Station unless called individually
Wait to hear from Team Lead
Go to Patrol requested location
It’s a judgment call. All these answers are appropriate, depending on the circumstances and your judgment.
Issue a red card warning or require attendance at safety Class
Thank the guest for stopping and wish him a nice day.
Advise him of other trails on the mountain that are not designated as slow zones or slow and family zones.
Put your safety first
Fix any “slow” signs, fences or bamboo where appropriate and use the snow drill if necessary.
All of these answers are correct
Survey the runs as you ski down, looking uphill where trails merge, looking for riders who may need help.
It is a Class 2 petty offense.
Maximum fine is $1000.
Violator’s pass may be revoked for the season.
You must escort them to the LPR and exchange information
Encourage both parties to exchange information – name and address (use an orange card).
Radio PHQ and ask for assistance
Call in a 10-50.
West Village Ski School Sunday at 10am
LPR Sunday at 9:30 am
Center Village Guest Services Saturday at 10am
LPR Saturday at 10 am
Take the child to Guest Services.
Contact Patrol Headquarters, ask if there is a report of a lost child, and, if appropriate, take child to LPR.
Call the Team Leader and ask if there is a report of a lost child .
Ask lift operators to post signs reporting a lost child.
A guest in violation who needs to be sent to Safety Class.
None of the above
Code 66, with injury
Inform him that he has violated the law and warn him not to do it again.
Inform him that he has violated the law, keep the pass, ask him to follow you to the LPR, and report the incident to the Team Leader.
Tell him he better not get caught by a lift operator or the Ski Patrol, but take no further action.
Call the sheriff.
Call the Lower Patrol Room and ask for advice.
Assure guest that there is no charge for first aid or transportation to the base.
Insist that he accept aid
If the guest continues to refuse help, continue to observe him and to assess his ability to proceed and if he is managing without help and might be amenable to reconsider your offer of assistance.
Radio PHQ and ask if he/she has a report of a lost child.
Ask if the family has a plan for meeting if separated.
Ask first of all if the child has a cell phone.
All of these answers are appropriate
Ask for a description of the child and where he/she was last seen.
Your own personal helmet while on the hill
Copper Mountain issued knit cap.
Copper Mountain issued baseball cap.
Providing comfort to the injured guest.
Directing traffic away from the accident scene.
Assisting family/friends with directions for meeting injured guest.
The appropriate duty station.
The Lower Patrol Room.
The Mountain Safety Patrol.
The Ski Patrol.
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