This paper does not make detailed proposals for change (although it is proposed such are needed) but it does outline some possibilities for further consideration. Additionally this paper does not address how Measurers and Equipment Inspectors are appointed or who they are.
It is hoped this paper may be used as a starting point for a positive dialogue amongst the stakeholders leading to better Measurer and Equipment Inspector training. In this context it is important that the following stakeholders consider this paper:
• International Class Associations (ICAs)
• Race Organising Authorities
• Measurers / Equipment Inspectors
ISAF are now inviting the above group of stakeholders to review this paper and provide feedback which will be used to develop the proposals contained within the paper. Further as it is clear from the intricacy of the existing ISAF Regulations and associated documents, and for historical reasons, that the current span of Measurer and Equipment Inspector training and appointment is unclear. All stakeholders would benefit from clarification.
Throughout this paper consideration is only given to matters that might affect ISAF International Classes. National / Local classes should be considered separately.
Please click here to view the ISAF Measurer and Equipment Inspector Training document.
All comments should be sent to the ISAF Secretariat by clicking here.
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