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SLIPP All-Committee Meeting: Education, Compliance and Enforcement Update 12-April-2012
 

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    SLIPP All-Committee Meeting: Education, Compliance and Enforcement Update 12-April-2012 SLIPP All-Committee Meeting: Education, Compliance and Enforcement Update 12-April-2012 Presentation Transcript

    • Shuswap LakeIntegrated PlanningProcess (SLIPP) 
All-Committee Meeting
Education, Compliance andEnforcement Update 
Chris Marrie, Transport CanadaApril 12, 2012Quaaout Lodge
    • E, C & E Activities Support all SLIPP GoalsThe first priority is outreach and education, followed by compliancepromotion and finally enforcement, when necessary Outreach and Education  Enforcement  Compliance Promotion2
    • 2011 E, C & E Results Summary§  Annual priorities focused on boating safety, shoreline care and environmental stewardship§  SLIPP partners: CSRD, Sicamous, DFO, TC, COS, BC Parks, BC MoE, BC FLNRO, RCMP§  Key achievements included: –  No boating deaths on Shuswap Lake during the seasonal operation of the SLIPP E,C,E unit –  Lowest fatality rate on record for Shuswap Lake –  New SLIPP outreach and education materials –  Over 100 days of lake patrols (people days) –  C&E focus on foundational projects3
    • Outreach and Education§  Focus on boating safety, sustainable development, environmental stewardship and education on key bylaws and regs§  SLIPP website www.slippbc.com§  3 Public Meetings, August 2011 (> 400 participants)§  3 Industry Shoreline Care Workshops, Nov 2011 (> 60 participants)§  Over 100 people days of SLIPP lake patrols (4 coordinated long weekend campaigns)§  SLIPP booth at Calgary boat show –  4 SLIPP partner agencies participated and reached over 500 visitors§  Greywater & clean boating brochures, SLIPP and DFO Shoreline Care display panels§  Ongoing outreach though agencies’ core business4
    • SLIPP Website Observe a violation?Report it to the RAPP Line5
    • Brochures6
    • Operation Dry Water Campaign§  All boaters checked were sober§  No boating deaths in the province this weekend- awareness campaign a success!§  Combined Sicamous stats for RCMP, COS & TC:§  32 private boats checked on dock and on water –  30 warning tickets –  2 charges on the water- towing without a spotter, no operator card –  2 ASD tests - results over for vehicle limits, but under .08 for on the water§  4 commercial operators (workboats) issued Notice of Deficiencies from TC§  3 rental boats checked- 3 warning tickets issued- 1 for speeding in Sic Narrows (over 8km/ hr).§  Partnered with MADD 7
    • August Long Weekend Operation§  SLIPP organized a floating detachment on the lakes over 3 days§  SLIPP participants included RCMP, COS, TC, BC Parks, DFO & FLNRO§  SLIPP Partner Statistics Summary: –  229 pleasure craft vessels checked –  88 anglers checked –  136 warnings issued –  33 tickets issued8
    • Compliance and Enforcement Update§  Voluntary compliance achievements§  Initiated Shoreline Restoration Project§  Initiated Sicamous Narrows Inventory Project9