Council Vacancies

 

The council has the following posts to be filled:

 

Assistant Secretary:

Required to assist the secretary with meeting minutes and general admin.

 

Airtime Editor:

Required to produce our AirTime magazine which showcases what our members are up to.

 

CD Representative:

Essential to co-ordinate all competitions held by the SAA.

 

Webmaster:

Required to post website updates as and when required to help keep the membership informed.

 

 

It is important that all vacancies are filled in order that the council can work quickly and effectively in order to ensure that R/C flying is safe and enjoyable for all members and that we fulfil our legal obligations.

 

The SAA can only exist if we have members that are willing to help. If you think you can help your fellow members, please contact any member of Council.

 

The SAA needs you!

 

Steve McDonald

SAA Chairman

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SAA ACHIEVEMENT / CERTIFICATION SCHEME

Full details of SAA certification for all model types are available in the SAA Safety Manual
Available Here

SAA Safety and Achievement Scheme 2015V1.4 2020.pdf

 

 

Safety in clubs and the SAA Handbook

There is always a debate in clubs about safety and following the SAA Handbook guidance. In theory we would expect everyone to fly sensibly and legally, this means following at this time CAP 658, the drone code, park management rules and or local by-laws and the SAA safety code and the CAA online test if required. Due to the DRES and times changing (e.g. newer models/Lipo batteries/complex electronics) the Safety Committee will be meeting early next year to look at where we all stand to ensure member are flying safely and legally to protect their insurance cover in the event of an incident. Pease follow your current Handbook guidance, ensure members are following this to the best of their ability. Clarity can be provided by contacting our Safety Officer/Vice Chairman.