Management of Volunteers in Coastal Pollution Response

This guide is aimed at setting out general, common principles of organisation and management in the event of a coastal pollution incident, in particular for associations and NGOs who may have to manage volunteers.

This guide is aimed at setting out general, common principles of organisation and management in the event of a coastal pollution incident, in particular for associations and NGOs who may have to manage volunteers.

This publication was prepared within the framework of work package 5.3 of the European project ARCOPOL, to assist the response authorities and NGOs in the regions participating in ARCOPOL to make the best possible use of
 volunteers.

 

 

Table of contents

 

A PREPARATION

A.1 - Volunteers in the response
 A.2 - Regulations in the Atlantic area
 A.3 - Planning for the use of volunteers
A.4 - Getting ready for volunteers

 

B ACTION

B.1 - Volunteers arrive on scene
B.2 - Volunteer welfare
B.3 - Clean-up site management
B.4 - Volunteer dispersal

 

C AFTER ACTION REVIEWS

C.1 - Recognition and long term monitoring
C.2 - Lessons identified and learnt

 

D DOCUMENT TEMPLATES

D.1 - Volunteer registration form
D.2 - Volunteer handout
D.3 - Accident/near miss reporting
D.4 - Certificate of volunteering

 

E FURTHER INFORMATION

E.1 - Glossary and acronyms
E.2 - Useful websites
E.3 - Bibliography

 

 

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Editor
Cedre
Date
30/04/2012
Paper version
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