Personal Locator Beacon
The club has 2 Personal Locator Beacons (PLB) for use by leaders on walks.
Tony Hickson (email firstname.lastname@example.org) and Graham Conden (0418 647 951) are custodians of the PLBs. You can contact them at any time to borrow one. A distress beacon only says to emergency services ‘I need help’ and ‘here is my GPS location’.
When you borrow it you will need to do the following:
Note that a PLB is to be used only in life threatening situations, as a last resort.
You should always try to contact emergency services via your mobile phone and “triple zero” . Emergency services will have a better idea of how to respond to your incident / injuries if you can contact them via your mobile phone.For information on the system and excellent guidelines on when and how to use the PLB (click here) . This file was prepared for users of the Bibbulmum Track in WA.
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