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1 1 MSA RTP Officials Safety Training Programme (ASN) (Month & Year) 1 1 MSA RTP Officials Safety Training Programme RAAT May Royal Automobile Association of Thailand Officials Safety Training Programme May 2014 Circuit Specialist Chris Hobson Peter Greenhalgh

2 2 MSA RTP Officials Safety Training Programme (ASN) (Month & Year) 2 2 MSA RTP Officials Safety Training Programme RAAT May

3 3 MSA RTP Officials Safety Training Programme (ASN) (Month & Year) 3 3 MSA RTP Officials Safety Training Programme RAAT May Specialist Marshalling

4 4 MSA RTP Officials Safety Training Programme (ASN) (Month & Year) 4 4 MSA RTP Officials Safety Training Programme RAAT May Specialist Marshals  Paddock  Assembly  Pit Marshal  Startline The face of the organisation

5 5 MSA RTP Officials Safety Training Programme (ASN) (Month & Year) 5 5 MSA RTP Officials Safety Training Programme RAAT May Dressed For Action 

6 6 MSA RTP Officials Safety Training Programme (ASN) (Month & Year) 6 6 MSA RTP Officials Safety Training Programme RAAT May Protective Clothing 6 Wear natural fibres Be careful with waterproofs Cover your arms Don’t clash with the flags Loose fitting gloves (or specific marshalling ones) Ear plugs or ear defenders Stout boots

7 7 MSA RTP Officials Safety Training Programme (ASN) (Month & Year) 7 7 MSA RTP Officials Safety Training Programme RAAT May Other Essentials 7 Hat – for hot and cold weather. Extra layers for cold weather Plenty of food. Drink – hot and cold, but NO ALCOHOL Sun cream

8 8 MSA RTP Officials Safety Training Programme (ASN) (Month & Year) 8 8 MSA RTP Officials Safety Training Programme RAAT May Equipment  Clipboard  Stopwatch  Pens/Pencils  Whistle  Goggles/sunglasses

9 9 MSA RTP Officials Safety Training Programme (ASN) (Month & Year) 9 9 MSA RTP Officials Safety Training Programme RAAT May Paddock  Direct teams to their pre-allocated Paddock Areas. Ensure tidy parking of all vehicles  Ensure the smooth running and free flow of traffic in the Paddock Area  Make sure that cars are on time at:-  Scrutineering  Assembly Area  Noise Control  Find out any specific needs of Team Managers  Notify the Clerk Of The Course of all cars which do not intend to either take part in practice or start the race

10 10 MSA RTP Officials Safety Training Programme (ASN) (Month & Year) 10 MSA RTP Officials Safety Training Programme RAAT May Assembly Assemble cars prior to their practice session or race Check:  Car doors and bonnets are shut properly  Correct scrutineering labels (plus in-car camera permissions)  Driver correctly suited and belted  Flame resistant gloves and shoes are now mandatory  Car numbers  Visors/goggles/gloves  Drivers have signed-on

11 11 MSA RTP Officials Safety Training Programme (ASN) (Month & Year) 11 MSA RTP Officials Safety Training Programme RAAT May Pit Marshal Duties include:  Maintaining Pit Lane safety and discipline at all times  Operating the speed gun  Assisting on the weigh bridge  Gridding cars in the pit-lane  Releasing cars to the grid  Dealing with late arrivals  Pit lane entry buzzer and pit exit lights  Policing the penalty box

12 12 MSA RTP Officials Safety Training Programme (ASN) (Month & Year) 12 MSA RTP Officials Safety Training Programme RAAT May Pit Marshal Report writing:  Pit incidents  Pit stops and driver changes  No. of people working on car  Correct sequence of pit stops  Refuelling  Entry/Exit log  Infringements

13 13 MSA RTP Officials Safety Training Programme (ASN) (Month & Year) 13 MSA RTP Officials Safety Training Programme RAAT May Pit Marshal Knowledge includes:  Penalty procedures  Championship/series pit lane speed limit  Number of pit wall personnel in line with championship regulations  How to deal with race stops when cars are in pit lane  How to deal with Parc Ferme conditions at the end of races  How to report all breaches of regulations in writing

14 14 MSA RTP Officials Safety Training Programme (ASN) (Month & Year) 14 MSA RTP Officials Safety Training Programme RAAT May Start Line (Before The Start)  Ensure you:  have the correct version of the grid sheet  know the grid formations for each race  Know where clear up equipment is situated  Understand the start procedures for each race (and differing weather conditions)  Position cars on the grid in accordance with championship regulations i.e. nose to line, wheels to line etc.  Deal with removal of cars from the grid  Watch for jump starts

15 15 MSA RTP Officials Safety Training Programme (ASN) (Month & Year) 15 MSA RTP Officials Safety Training Programme RAAT May Start Line (During The Race)  Know the:  Race stop procedure (re-gridding)  Safety car procedures  Championship/Series regulations  Wet weather procedures  Is it a timed race or lapped race?  If lap-charting, note and inform relevant party of number of cars that take chequered flag more than once  Know when to use the last lap board  Maintain a high level of safety on the Startline at all times

16 16 MSA RTP Officials Safety Training Programme (ASN) (Month & Year) 16 MSA RTP Officials Safety Training Programme RAAT May What the officials Mean:What the driver thinks: Waved Green The course is clear Start of warm up lap The course is clear. Start racing. (unless you have already) Waved Yellow Danger, slow down no overtaking Someone else has screwed up for a change. Possible primo over-taking opportunity. Double Waved Yellow Great danger, slow down considerably, be prepared to stop, no overtaking Slam on the brakes immediately without checking your mirrors. Whoever’s behind you will think twice about ever passing you again. Start Line Flag Signals SAFETY CAR

17 17 MSA RTP Officials Safety Training Programme (ASN) (Month & Year) 17 MSA RTP Officials Safety Training Programme RAAT May Flag Signals (Continued) Back and White diagonal Warning - You are being watched - suspect behaviour. Make sure that bloody observer doesn’t see you next time! BlackPull into the pits and report to the Clerk of the Course Either the car just ahead of you or the one behind has done something bad. Also known as the “Who Me ???” flag. Black & orange disk Warning. Your car has an apparent mechanical failure or fire. Something has fallen off your car or your backside is on fire. Slow down & look for it or speed up and blow the flames out. 24

18 18 MSA RTP Officials Safety Training Programme (ASN) (Month & Year) 18 MSA RTP Officials Safety Training Programme RAAT May Flag Signals (Continued) WhiteA service or slow moving car is on the circuit Slow moving or emergency vehicle ahead. Proceed at full speed & see how much you can scare the marshals and how close you can come without hitting it. RedImmediately cease racing proceed slowly, no overtaking, obey marshals instructions The car you hit has spun & caught fire & is blocking the track, so the race has to be stopped. ChequeredEnd of Race.Time to start thinking up excuses as to why you came in dead last!.

19 19 MSA RTP Officials Safety Training Programme (ASN) (Month & Year) 19 MSA RTP Officials Safety Training Programme RAAT May Conclusion  Always work under directions of your Chief  Ensure that you have signed on before the start of the first session  Ensure that you have been fully briefed at start of day  Synchronise watches to race time  Be prepared for all kinds of weather  Your safety is paramount  It’s all about TEAMWORK

20 20 MSA RTP Officials Safety Training Programme (ASN) (Month & Year) 20 MSA RTP Officials Safety Training Programme RAAT May Conclusion Specialists deal more with competitors, teams, media/photographers and spectators. Be:  Professional  Tactful & diplomatic  Impartial  Polite  Observant ENJOY IT!!!! If in doubt……………………..ASK!!! ENJOY IT!!!! If in doubt……………………..ASK!!!

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