Hi Everyone, looking for people to assist in the canteen for the Jan 27th race meeting please. Canteen opens at 10am.
We do not have an appointed canteen convenor again this year, and simply need help to keep the canteen running.
Duties include: serving using cash register & using Eftpos machine, cooking burger patties & preparing buns/salad, making sandwiches, cooking toasties, cooking chips in small deep fryers, cutting buns for hot dogs & hamburgers, washing up, sweeping floors, mopping & clean up at the end of the day. Happy to provide training & run through everything before the day.
We are happy for any help at all......please comment below if you can assist, and I will call you to discuss.
PRACTICE INFORMATION - Townsville Kart Club Track Direction - CLOCKWISE ONLY Configuration - Track A - Full Track NO other track configuration is permitted unless run by a club official. The following items will be made available at the out grid for practice only:- Red flag, Chequered flag, Hi Vis vests. First Aid kit is located near canteen roller door. We have further signage to be installed as soon as completed showing all track configurations & required direction. No-one is permitted within the circuit while there are karts on the track. When all kart activities are ceased either through use of the red or chequered flags, or on conclusion of the allocated session time (10 mins) any persons entering the circuit must wear a hi-visual vest.
Practice tickets must be purchased from one of our Kart Shops (listed on our website) & the drivers log completed in the yellow box (out grid) PRIOR to commencing practice. Members $10 per kart, Non Club Members - $20 per kart It is the responsibility of all licenced drivers, participant licence holders, and pit crew to ensure they become familiar with, and adhere to Karting Australia rules, and in this instance referring specifically to Practice Rules. Karting Australia rules are to be followed at all times, without exception even in practice sessions.
EXTRACT FROM KARTING AUSTRALIA 2018 RULE BOOK - PRACTICE RULES effective January 2018
When practicing at a Circuit, it is ESSENTIAL that these rules are observed at all times in the interests of safety. - So as to ensure that emergency services personnel can be called in the event of an accident, no person alone is permitted to use the Track if they are unaccompanied. For the sake of clarity, this means that there must be at least one adult observing the on-Track activity at all times. - The Club FIRST AID KIT must be properly stocked, easily accessible and readily available should it be required. - There must be at least one (1) WORKING MOBILE PHONE available at the Circuit at all times that drivers are on the Track. In some jurisdictions, a permit from the relevant SKC will be required – clubs should check with their SKC and if a permit is required it should be displayed at the out grid. Licence and Rules • Karting Australia Rules must be complied with at all times. • Drivers must hold a current Karting Australia Drivers Licence (“KA Licence”) that is valid for the class of kart that they intend to use on the Track. • Drivers must have their KA licence with them and it must be available for inspection by club personnel when required. • Drivers must fill out the sign-on sheet for every day they attend the Circuit for practice. • The Club must retain all sign-on sheets for a period of 12 months. • Drivers under the age of 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult at all times. • All drivers must be accompanied by at least one other person while at the Circuit. Classes of Karts and Age Requirements • Drivers are only permitted to drive a Class of kart for which they are licenced. • Age division restrictions for who may be on a Track at the same time: o Cadet 9 and Cadet 12 drivers are permitted on a Track at the same time; no Junior drivers are not permitted on the Track with any other age division; o Senior drivers are not permitted on the Track with any other age division.
Track Configuration and Direction of Travel for Practice
o A sign displaying the Track Map that clearly shows the Standard Configuration or the Altered Configuration - whichever is in use - must be prominently positioned in the Out Grid. It must be of minimum dimensions 800mm x 600mm. DIRECTION OF TRAVEL • Each Club must designate the standard direction in which all karts will be required to drive at all times while using the Track for Practice (“Standard Direction Of Travel”) unless the Standard Direction Of Travel has been reversed by the Club (the “Reverse Direction”) in preparation for the next Race Meeting and then in strict compliance with the following requirements: o The Reverse Direction has been established by authorised Club Official/s only; o The Direction Of Travel must be clearly shown at the Out Grid on a sign (minimum dimensions 800mm x 600mm) positioned adjacent to the Track Map that shows the Track Configuration that is in use. o The use of any short cuts or cut throughs, regardless of the Track Configuration that is in use is strictly prohibited. • All karts must be driven in the same direction at all times.
SUPERVISION • It is highly recommended that a Club Official be present to supervise Practice when an Altered Configuration and/or the Reverse Direction is in use.
Safety Apparel and PPE • The requirements of Technical Rules Chapter 7 Apparel (including helmets, driving suits, gloves and enclosed shoes) must be complied with at all times. • Each driver should ensure that a suitable FIRST AID KIT is in their possession while at the Circuit. • Each driver should ensure that they have a WORKING MOBILE PHONE available at the Out Grid Circuit at all times that they are on the Track. • All crew whilst in the confines of the Circuit must wear a high visibility vest Practice Sessions • There must be no competitive element in Private Practice – Racing is strictly forbidden. • It is forbidden to cross the Track, sit on tyre walls or be inside the Circuit while ever there are karts driving on the Track. • There must be a chequered flag and a red flag available at the out grid gate at all times to enable the sessions to be controlled or alternatively a Safety Light signalling system controlled from the out grid. • When there are more than 5 karts on the Track, an adult must be delegated with the responsibility to control the session. • Practice should be limited to 10 minute sessions in each group (i.e. Cadets or Junior or Senior). • It is forbidden to stop on the Track for any mechanical adjustments, take tyre pressures, refuelling or to give the driver instruction. o The Mechanical Breakdown area may be used during this 10 minute session.
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