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rangers [2019/09/12 07:08]
leobard [Jobs of the Ranger Team Leads]
rangers [2019/09/15 21:18] (current)
tetris [Handling Violence, Sexual assault, Fire, Safety, Medical Situations]
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 22:00 - 06:00 Night Bird\\ 22:00 - 06:00 Night Bird\\
  
-Sign up for your shift here: **TO-DO: add Link for 2019, @bobschi!** +**[[https://​docs.google.com/​spreadsheets/​d/​14FIySQfQ8C_PvYo_RO44YqMd9PJpTJYoZYEaX-hIUDM/​edit?​usp=sharing|THE SHIFT PLAN FOR 2019]]**
  
 It may be that we will not be able to fill all ranger shifts. Then we need to find ranger leads or elevate the rangers to lead. It may be that we will not be able to fill all ranger shifts. Then we need to find ranger leads or elevate the rangers to lead.
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 ==== Walkie-talkie/​Radio protocol ==== ==== Walkie-talkie/​Radio protocol ====
 see [[Radio protocol]] see [[Radio protocol]]
-==== Acting as a ranger ==== 
-When we rangers are perceived as helpful, effective, collaborative,​ professional,​ and impartial (i.e., high social capital), we will be listened to, taken seriously, and trusted. 
  
-When rangers are perceived as authoritarianuptightentitledunprofessionalor incompetent (i.e., low social capital), we will be ignored or resisted.+==== Handling ViolenceSexual assaultFireSafetyMedical Situations ====
  
-Rangerly Behavior: +We've written and printed Emergency and Safety protocols. You can read them at the Ranger HQ.
-  * You are a normal participant. You have no special power. You are here to help.  +
-  * Embody our ranger ethos. Think about the 10 principles and what you can do for the community.  +
-  * Behaving like a helpful ranger and you will be treated like one.  +
-  * Be the best ranger you can be. +
-   +
-Un-rangerly behavior: +
-  * Authoritative shouting. Trying to act like a cop. +
-  * Mocking participants in need, not being helpful. +
-  * Being intoxicated while being on duty/​standby. +
-  * Losing self-control. +
-  * Failing to keep confidential information confidential. +
-  * Bragging.+
  
-   +**The Burn**
-==== Handling Violence, Sexual assault, Fire, Safety, Medical Situations ==== +
-  * All situations: you must report them to SITE LEAD (one of the core orga team who is on site lead duty) as soon as possible and to Ranger Lead (leobard) during shift-change. +
-  * **Violence**  +
-    * **Your primary focus is your own personal safety - separating the fighting participants is secondary**. +
-    * **Observe as long as you need to fully find out what the situation is**. How many people are involved? Are there bystanders? Do they know what is happening? Are there more people involved, but in the perimeter?  +
-    * Are there weapons involved? Knives? Wooden sticks? Any other objects? Back out. You must not engage. Your own safety is most important. +
-    * Ensure you clearly outnumber all agitated & violent people.  +
-    * Gather rangers/​orgas before engaging. Your group of rangers must be big enough that the violent people immediately realize that they are outnumbered and will not engage a fight with you. Ideally, they cease fighting when you approach. +
-    * You should avoid using physical force by all means. If fighting people do not separate when your group of rangers approaches, make sure you have enough rangers to safely separate all fighting people. i.e. if 3 people are in a fight, only engage once you have enough rangers/​orgas gathered that can clearly outnumber and overwhelm all 3 fighters and separate them. If you can only overwhelm 1, there is a chance the other 2 will attack you. +
-    * If a sitaution with physical violence cannot be controlled by you by outnumbering,​ escalate to main orgas and then to the police. Call 133 for police.  +
-    * As participants/​rangers,​ we are not allowed to physically encounter people, by law only the police is allowed to (as far as @leobard knows). If a situation can only be controlled by the police, calling the police is a viable option. +
-  * **Sexual assault**  +
-    * Use F.L.A.M.E (see below). +
-    * Outnumber the participants (see above). +
-    * Address and support the "​weaker"​ person. i.e. if a women is attacked, have one ranger address her verbally and ask "Hi you. Is everything fine?" while the other ranger stands back. This allows you also to distinguish between consensual sex and sexual violence. +
-    * Start approaching from a farther distance and address the weaker person verbally. If you do not get feedback, slowly get closer and keep trying to establish a connection.  +
-    * Do not disengage until you have clearly **found out** what happens and **listened** to all parties involved.  +
-    * Once the situation is under control, start a F.L.A.M.E. process and engage the site lead, too.  +
-    * Collect names and write then in your ranger book. +
-    * If attacker runs away, focus on the attacked person and their safety first.  +
-  * **Fire** +
-    * if something burns, which should not burn, and looks like big trouble if it keeps burning:  +
-    * 1) call the Feuerwehr (Fire department) using 122. The emergency rules in Austria say: when you spot a "this could turn into big trouble"​ fire you must escalate to Feuerwehr directly (you must not delegate calling Feuerwehr to a member of [[Orga team]], as it may be too late). The fire department response team are OK if multiple people are calling in, this is what they expect and are trained to handle. They will tell you if somebody else called already. +
-    * 2) inform other rangers and bystanders  +
-    * 3) ensure no humans are in immediate danger  +
-    * 4) start firefighting  +
-    * 5) inform site lead +
-  * **Medical emergency** +
-    * Taken from [[https://​www.roteskreuz.at/​site/​erste-hilfe/​erste-hilfe-im-detail/​erste-hilfe-tipps/​der-reglose-mensch-notfallcheck/​|Notfallcheck]] and [[http://​www.sja.org.uk/​sja/​first-aid-advice/​loss-of-responsiveness/​unresponsive-not-breathing/​adult.aspx|CPR]] +
-    * Check life signals: approach person, ask if everything is conscious +
-    * If person is conscious: have a conversation and find out how you can help. Be a ranger. +
-    * If person is UNCONSCIOUS,​ immediately and loudly call for help, saying you need a medical ranger or the ambulance. Call a medical ranger via radio or phone for support +
-    * Enable the person to use respiratory passages (Atemwege): gently lift chin, mouth should open. +
-    * Check breathing for 10 seconds: do you hear, feel, see breathing? Does chest or belly move? +
-    * If normal breathing is there: bring person in recovery position ("​Stabile Seitenlage"​) +
-    * If no breathing: respiratory failure. Atem-Kreislauf-Stillstand. +
-    * If not done already: identify a trustable bystander and order this person to immediately call 144 (Ambulance) and confirm to you afterwards that it was done. +
-    * CPR: Give chest compressions (Herzdruckmassagen). Repeat 30 times, at a rate of about twice a second or the speed of the song ‘Staying Alive’. Give two rescue breaths (Beatmungen). +
-    * If they start breathing normally again, stop CPR and put them in the recovery position. +
-    * We have a proper first aid kit at the ranger HQ. +
-  * **The Burn**+
     * Before "the burn": help organizing buckets with water. Like on TheBorderland. Everyone loves buckets.     * Before "the burn": help organizing buckets with water. Like on TheBorderland. Everyone loves buckets.
     * During "the burn": Keep people from running into the fire. Given the size of our fire, we do NOT need to be "​standing with your back to the fire" like Sandmen at Burning Man. We can stand outside like everyone else.     * During "the burn": Keep people from running into the fire. Given the size of our fire, we do NOT need to be "​standing with your back to the fire" like Sandmen at Burning Man. We can stand outside like everyone else.
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   * 4 paper notebooks (2 for the teams, 1 for lead, 1 spare)   * 4 paper notebooks (2 for the teams, 1 for lead, 1 spare)
   * 2 Small personal first-aid kit (at least one pflaster/​band aid, ...)   * 2 Small personal first-aid kit (at least one pflaster/​band aid, ...)
 +  * 4 spare flashlights
   * 2 Ranger bags   * 2 Ranger bags
   * Cookies, Tea, Teapot, Sugar   * Cookies, Tea, Teapot, Sugar