If the fire bell
rings or if instructed, leave by the nearest
exit and assemble in the car park. Do not delay
by taking personal belongings or race equipment.
result of changes within the Child Protection
Act, Rugby Radio Controlled Car Club must ask
the parents or guardians of junior competitors
(under 16 years of age), that they accept that
this sport can be dangerous, especially when
help keep the club a safe place. Remember the
pits is a crowded area. Do not place items in
the gangways that could be a tripping hazard
such as 12v batteries, bags etc. Do not rush
around the pits as you could collide with
someone carrying a hot drink or using a
Soldering irons must be used with a stand at all
times. Hot soldering irons must not be left
unattended. Adult supervision is required if the
user is under the age of 14. No soldering irons
are to be used with a damaged flex or plug. All
soldering is to be carried out in a well
ventilated area. All soldering must be carried
out on a suitable surface (provided by the user)
not the tabletop or floor. Similar rules apply
for gas soldering irons.
Competitors are deemed responsible for the
safety of their own equipment and the Club can
accept no liability for its use either by the
owner or others.
Extension leads if used are the responsibility
of the owner and must have an RCD plug or
RCD adaptor fitted. Extension cables must be
routed in a safe manner to prevent trips or
other such hazards
lead acid batteries must be kept in a leak proof
container at all times and positioned in a safe
place. They should not be placed near the edge
of a table where they can be knocked off or in
the gangway where they can be a tripping hazard.
Cell inspection caps should not be removed.
Items should not be placed on top of the battery
where they could create a direct short across
the battery posts.
cleaning aerosols must not be used in the hall.
liquid containers must be closed when not in
of super glue (cyano) should be undertaken with
great care and adult supervision is required
where this is to be carried out by a person
under the age of 14. It is recommended that
Safety glasses are worn. A pair can be borrowed
from the committee.
charged cells are to be removed by a responsible
person to a safe area.
Carpets must always be carried by a minimum of
two people aged 16 or over and are to be stored
on the stage and secured by
straps. The carpet should only be
lifted on or off the stage when a committee
member says it is safe to do so.
Aid equipment is available from the Committee.
nearest casualty department to Rogers Hall is
located at St.Cross Hospital, Barby Road, Rugby.
Committee members can provide directions in the
event that a hospital visit is required.
accidents must be recorded in the Accident Book
by a member of the Committee.
setting up and packing away the following age
restrictions apply: Under 13ís should not handle
the large tables. Under 16ís should not attempt
to lift the stacks of chairs onto or off the
stage. Under 16ís should not attempt to lift the
carpet on or off the stage. Under 16ís should
not get into the cupboard under the stage.
Smoking is not allowed inside the building.
Glasses should be worn when using superglue or
when using a comm. Lathe. A pair can be borrowed
from the club shop.