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Best Practices - Duty Roster

Each club/class organization is unique.  Below are recommended best practices for managing Duty Roster:

  • Duty roster is most often used for race committee duties, but it can be utilized for other roles as well
  • Create Duty types as needed, for example:
    • PRO (Principle Race Officer)
    • Assistant PRO
    • Judge
    • Safety Boat /ATB 1
    • Safety Boat / ATB 2
    • Safety Boat / ATB 3
    • Junior PRO
    • Junior course 1
    • Junior course 2
    • Junior course 3
    • Dinner setup 1
    • Dinner setup 2
    • Dinner server 1
    • Dinner server 2
    • Dinner clean-up 1
    • Dinner clean-up 2
  • Create Duty Roster Templates, grouping the appropriate Duty Types, for example:
    • ATB RC Staff
    • Junior RC Staff
    • Dinner Staff
  • Assign TAGs, as needed for various Duty Types, for example:
    • PRO and Junior PRO have TAG = PRO; only contact records that have a TAG = PRO can volunteer for these Duty Types
  • Use Tasks/Jobs, rather than Duty Roster, for activities that may be recurring and/or take place at times other than a specific event, for example:
    • Lawn maintenance
    • Dock maintenance
    • Spring clean-up
    • Autumn / Fall clean-up

Each club/class may have different policies/practices.  The above are recommended best practices for Duty Roster.


Last updated 16:52 on 14 November 2022

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