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Pavilion security – Ryder Pavilion

Over Winter Princes Park Touch is now allocated the Ryder pavilion for equipment storage purposes and toilet facilities.

At approximately 5:30pm the pavilion will be opened by the ground controller in charge during the night, he or she will have the key. The first step is to disable the alarm (code is 3489), Then open the storage area, the area we have been allocated in change room 4 and the toilet areas.

Once the equipment from storage is deployed the room should be locked but the change room should be left open so that participant and use the toilet facility.

At the conclusion or games the pack up begins, multiple people may be involved in the pack up and the fields are spread out so it may take some time. During this time if there is an appreciable time where the pavilion is unattended the door should be closed and locked.

At the conclusion of the the last person in attendance should inspect the pavilion for any issues, clean up whatever mess and/or rubbish is left, arm the alarm and lock the pavilion. If they are unable to arm the alarm call security control and they can arm it remotely or let you know what issue needs to be solved to enable the pavilion to armed.

Any pavilion or alarm issues should be reported to the security control room on 9658 9658. Any criminal matter should be reported to the police on 000. And any non urgent maintenance issue to City of Melbourne seasonal sport: seasonalsport@melbourne.vic.gov.au

Published by

Peter Shaw

Has been involved witth Touch football since 2000 after return from playing semi professional rugby in England. He is the founder and president of Princes Park Touch.