Looking for NSP Safety Team Volunteer

Team Vision Statement

NSP Safety Team will be the leader in mountain safety, education, awareness and hazards reduction.

Team Mission Statement

The National Ski Patrol Safety Team is to be the leaders of the ski industry in education, mountain safety for employee’s and guests.  We will represent all members of the National Ski Patrol organization, its mission statement; with the highest level of patroller skills, commitment to creativity and integrity.

The NSP Safety Team strives to be the leader in the ski industry in education, awareness, and mountain safety for employees and guests.  We will accomplish this by aligning and collaborating with other like-minded organizations.  We will represent all members of the National Ski Patrol organization with the highest level of patroller skills, commitment to creativity, and integrity.

Safety Team member responsibilities include promoting safety for patrollers, resort employees, and public;  Representing their division interests to national committees; Distribution of safety items, and the promotion of Safety Week/Month; and Interfacing with Professional Ski Instructors of America/American Association of Snowboard Instructors (PSIA/AASI), National Ski Areas Association (NSAA), and regional ski area associations within their divisions to achieve and maintain consistent safety branding.

Additional responsibilities include the promotion and support of National Ski Patrol (NSP) programs, events, and initiatives; Promotion and support of NSP and Safety Team sponsors; and the support of safety awareness issues/trends within the snowsports industry.

Safety Team members should be objective, self-reliant, influential, and goal-oriented.  They should be confident in accepting assignments and be willing work on those assignments with a minimum of supervision/direction, using one’s resources efficiently and effectively, and ultimately meeting agreed upon deadlines and deliverables.  Team members should also be able to not only look at their respective hill/division’s issues, but be able to look at the “Big Picture” when working on NSP safety campaigns/issues/policies. They should also be able to work within their respective divisions to acquire support, freedom, and authority to act on the division’s behalf.

Overall, the Safety Team member should be a positive, influential, and organized individual who is willing to help the NSP promote its safety initiatives.

If you are interested and willing to serve, please log in to this site and send an email to Division Director Patrick Trimm, or provide your contact information to this post using the “Comment” link.

Post expires at 7:58am on Monday June 24th, 2019

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