CHECK IN PROCEDURES
SIGNED RECEIPT OF THE INFORMATION PACKET
The person-in-charge of the camping group will have read the rules and have signed the camp rules receipt and agreement form.
In addition, the person-in-charge will have in their possession medical release forms and a list of all attendees.
Allow approximately 15 minutes for a camp orientation. This meeting provides vital emergency procedures and safety information to your group. Please arrange the timing with the Camp Manager.
It is recommended that Camp Operating Procedures be reviewed with your group before coming to camp and then again at the first meal at Camp Sky Meadows.
MEDICAL INFORMATION AND RELEASE FORM
The San Bernardino County Health Department regulations include the following requirements for a “Health Supervisor” as follows:
On page 6 (labeled page and not document page) under Section 30700 – Definitions, section (f) states:
“Health Supervisor” means a person who is either a physician, registered nurse, licensed vocational nurse who is licensed pursuant to Division 2 of the Business and Professions Code or a person who is trained in accordance with section 1596.866 of the Health and Safety Code.
The minimum requirement for the Health Supervisor is that they be a physician, registered nurse or licensed vocational nurse. The minimum certifications that they must have are the following three:
- First Aid
- Child Preventative Care
The San Bernardino County Health Department also requires a medical release form for each camper.
It is the renter’s responsibility to prepare medical release forms, which include the name, address, emergency contact(s), phone number(s) and current medical information for all campers. The forms must be in the possession of your health supervisor on site.
Medical conditions and current medications should be noted on these forms. An up-to-date signed parental release form must be completed, giving permission to seek emergency treatment for all minors without a parent on site.
It is the renter’s responsibility to notify the Camp Manager immediately in the event of any emergency including fire, camper injuries or sickness, and facility problems. Camp Sky Meadows does not provide a nurse or medical personnel or a medical facility. The renter is responsible to provide necessary first aid supplies, equipment and an emergency designated vehicle to transport injured campers should an ambulance not be needed. The nearest medical facility is over 32 miles away in Big Bear City.
PARKING AND VEHICLE POLICY
Parking space is limited. Chartered buses and/or carpooling are suggested. Park only in designated areas. Cabins are not accessible for loading and unloading by vehicle. The U. S. Forest Service requires vehicles be parked front end out for the purpose of immediate evacuation. Parked vehicles must not block fire lanes at any time. The U.S. Forest Service may ticket or tow vehicles at the owner’s expense if these guidelines are not followed. No food should be left in vehicles. Speed limit is 5 mph on all camp roads.