RSO Corner

Thank you Range Safety Officers for doing such a bang up job!  Plan on signing up to volunteer for at least once a month to be considered a working RSO. Please make sure your NRA RSO certification is current. Call me if you need support with this. Please familiarize yourself with the Standard Operation Procedures. You can get a copy of this on our website. Let's be safe out there! Any questions, call: Pam  916/ 296-1332

RSO update May 14, 2018

Mike Worley will get his NRA certificates to become an NRA Chief Instructor so that he can train gun club members to be Range Safety Officers. 

RSO update June 18, 2018

1. How to use the HeartSine Samaritan Pad 350P 

    Located at: http://heartsine.com/product/p/350p-2/

2. RSO Emergency Procedures:

3. NRA RSO class schedules: 

    Located at:  https://onlinetraining.nra.org/online-courses/

RSO update June 26, 2018

RSO update July 9, 2018

Thank you once again for all of your hard work and dedication to our club!
Please remember when you open the Range, check the bathroom to see if it 
is clean and then lock it. If a shooter wants to use a flush toilet, give 
him or her the key to open and then lock the bathroom after he or she is
done using it. They immediately return the key to you.

The last RSO on the range still needs to check the bathroom to see if it 
needs to be cleaned and then lock it. There will be specific cleaning 
procedures on a clipboard to follow for cleaning the bathroom. Once this 
is done please sign your name. Everyone needs to chip in and help out here.

For shooting events that use all three ranges, the person in charge needs 
to open and check the bathroom for the event. After the event the bathroom 
must be cleaned and locked. Please remember to turn off the air conditioner.

​RSO update August 13, 2018

Congrats to Pam on becoming the Club's ​Chief Range Safety Officer

Criteria for volunteers who would like to be a RSO at the El Dorado Gun