Solo Safety Steward Training May 24

April 17, 2010


 What is a Solo Safety Steward?

A Person accepting responsibility from the SCCA to:

-Help plan and oversee the safety aspect of an autocross event.

Know and execute the regulations under which SCCA operates its events.

-Show good judgment in handling real world situations.

-Hold sufficient power to shut-down or cancel events that are in non-compliance.

Why become a Safety Steward?

-We can’t run an event without one.

-Drivers, workers, and spectators all depend on you.

-People can and do get hurt in Solo.

-Our entry fees are affected by our insurance rates, the Solo Safety Program is in place to help keep those rates low.

How to become a Safety Steward.

-Be a member of the SCCA. Be over 18 years of age. Be a GOOD PERSON

-Attend a training seminar.

-Act as a deputy SSS for 2 Solo autocross events.

-Fill out the application and submit to the Divisional Safety Steward (

(Applications available on line at or at the training)

May 24, 2010  6PM – Spazio’s  No Cost  – Yes totally FREE  Dinner is on your own (Spazio’s is reasonably priced if you desire dinner)

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