Volunteer project activity procedures

Procedures for working on Environment Committee approved NCC / City Volunteer Projects

Project Coordinator

Just as a reminder, need to request volunteers complete and sign the Project Activity disclaimer form and retain signed copy for CPCA records

Project activity must have been approved by the CPCA board for insurance liability coverage purposes

For NCC Volunteer Projects

For projects in the Champlain / Remic Woods the Project Coordinator will also require a copy of the NCC’s Land Access Permit #19937-1 on them in person

For City Volunteer Projects

For projects in the Littlewoods / Other City properties within the Champlain Park the Project Coordinator will also require copy of the City’s signed and completed Consent form on them

Advising CPCA Environment Committee

Project Coordinators must notify the appropriate Chair/Co-Chairs of any entries by volunteers onto City or NCC properties. This can be done with quick email or text on the day of, no response back is not required, this is for only notification and awareness purposes. Primarily for the Chair/Co-Chairs awareness as to whats going on in case they are contacted directly by the property owner

The above procedures would also apply if the Project Coordinator delegates their role to one or more volunteer team members when they can’t be present at a work site

i.e. when a delegated volunteer team is entering and working on the property without the Project Coordinator being present

2019-06-01

Champlain Park Community Association (CPCA)  Environment Committee