MONTHLY MEETINGS

(second Friday of each month)

December 12, 2014

SOCIAL HOUR 7:00PM

MEETING STARTS:  7:30PM

GROOMER BARN




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NYSSA’s Safe Trails Education Program (STEP):

The Pulaski-Boylston Snowmobile Club will host a Trail Signing Class on Wednesday, October 8th, 6:30pm, to be held at their groomer barn at 5001 N. Jefferson Street, Pulaski. Instructor: Jim Rolf, NYS Trail Coordinator. Food will be provided. Anyone wishing to attend should contact Dave Gross at davegross47@gmail.com, or secretarypulaskiboylstonsnow@gmail.com, or leave a message on the club phone (315) 298-3522.


In an effort to help NYSSA Member clubs better manage risks as they maintain snowmobile trails, the NYSSA Board of Directors approved a Risk Management Plan called the Safe Trails Education Program (STEP) back in 2009. STEP is designed to provide education to club representatives on issues arising from legal wordings in New York State snowmobile law, local sponsor agreements, and NYS OPRHP trail grant applications. Trail signage guidelines and groomer operator safety guidelines are the current two main components of the NYSSA STEP plan. The education of the OPRHP snowmobile trail signing guideline handbook can serve to reduce risks facing snowmobile clubs in maintaining and signing their trails by providing uniform, consistent, safe trail signage all across the state. A goal of all clubs should be to provide the most enjoyable riding experience to everyone out enjoying the fruits of the clubs’ volunteers. Having uniformity all across the state helps meet that goal.