4x4 Drivers with own vehicle

  • VO92948


Description

4x4 Drivers with own vehicle
Summary of Role: Strathclyde 4×4 Response was established in early 2011 following the severe winter weather making it difficult for many vital services to function. We aim to be able to assist numerous organisations during times of difficult driving conditions from delivering meals on wheels to vulnerable people, and helping community nurses visit their patients.

Organisation aims and objectives

Strathclyde 4×4 Response was established in early 2011 following the severe winter weather making it difficult for many vital services to function. We aim to be able to assist numerous organisations during times of difficult driving conditions from delivering meals on wheels to vulnerable people, and helping community nurses visit their patients. Our first year of operation was one of establishing ourselves and training our members. We run courses on First Aid, Off Road Driving, Amateur Radio, and Map Reading skills, and we run practical exercises to put these skills to the test. We have the backing of the National 4×4 Response network and support from Tunnocks and we now have an working agreement in place with Police Scotland and the West of Scotland Regional Resilience Partnership. This means that we are recognised as an available resource for the Emergency Services and all other partners (Category 1, Category 2 and voluntary) of the RRP. We also have agreements in place with other organisations, e.g. Red Cross, Ardgowan Hospice in Greenock.

Restrictions

Drivers Licence
Experience required: Driving License Ability to work well with a group. New members required to attend regular training sessions
Minimum age: 18

Support

Expenses paid: Yes
Training details: First Aid Off Road Driving Amatuer Radio Map Reading

Last updated 5 months ago