Chief Steward

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Chief Steward

Job Description:

The responsibility of the Chief Steward is to assess the course areas in regards to crowd control, skier traffic and competitor and ski patrol accessibility. The Chief Steward then develops a plan of control and assigns stewards to critical areas. Responsibilities:

  • Pay particular attention to any safety related situation and start and finish area.
  • It is important that the officials/judges area be cleared of everyone except required officials.
  • Be aware of spectator traffic patterns. Keeps traffic moving.
  • Clear access ways for competitors, officials, official vehicles and ski patrol.
  • Keep VIP and press areas clear of spectators.

Reports To:

- Chief of Competition

Rule Book:

- 3020.2.5, 3066.

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