Patrol Updates Public

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Using When to Work (W2W)

Best use of WhenToWork.com (W2W) New candidates and patrollers will be sent a When To Work (W2W) login. You will NOT need to log in to the site except to update your profile/contact information if anything changes. Your initial contact information will be loaded for you. When you are ready...

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Mt High On the Hill – Oct 16, 2016 Be there!

Mountain High Ski Patrol On–the–Hill training event is coming: When: Sunday, October 16, 2016 at 7:00am sharp Where: Mountain High West Bring: Please read and print this checklist (PDF) or (Web page) Equipment:  Helmet, work gloves, (diaper) sling, sunscreen, weather appropriate clothing. (It may be in the high 50’s with drizzle) Agenda: Coffee & Donuts (6:45),...

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OEC Refresher Hybrid Course Instructions 2016

OEC Refresher Hybrid Course Instructions http://www.nsp.org Sign In Request password with the Forgot Password link if needed Troubleshooting: Try alternative browser such as Firefox or Chrome instead of Internet Explorer, Edge, or Safari. If you can’t log-in to NSP.org, skip directly to step 4a. Verify your profile: Click the human...

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Lodging for Patrol Days: Big Pines Ski Club Cabin in Wrightwood at Table Mountain / Mountain High North

Come join the… BIG PINES SKI CLUB Hostel/Bunkhouse Style Lodging on Table Mountain Located in the beautiful San Gabriel Mountains in the Angeles National Forest Walking distance to Mountain High West Built in 1930 for visitors to the Big Pine Recreation Area, the historic ski club lodge features a large...

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Problem with Gmail not delivering patrol updates to your primary inbox

To members who have experienced Gmail not delivering patrol update emails to their inbox, please follow these steps: Add Patrol leadership email addresses to your Google contacts https://contacts.google.com Using your internet browser or Gmail app to log into your Gmail, move all existing messages from the patrol into the Primary Tab. This...

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Instructions for Writing Articles / Posts / Blogs for the Mt High Ski Patrol Website in WordPress

To the MountainHighSkiPatrol.com site authors, here is information on writing posts: Request author rights from the patrol webmaster, patrol rep, or assistant patrol rep Login to http://mountainhighskipatrol.com/wp-admin/ with your email or username as login name (forgot password feature available) Hoover “Posts” in left nav bar and click “Add New” Here’s...

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NSP OEC Challenge Course for EMTs, RNs, PAs, and MDs on Sunday January 3, 2016

Mountain High is sponsoring an OEC Challenge course that will be held Sunday, January 3, 2016. This refresher will accomplish two objectives: Bridge the following medical protocols to Outdoor Emergency Care requirements: EMT-b, EMT, I, EMT-p, RN, PA, MD. Substitute for recent missed OEC refreshers. If you have missed all of the...

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Are you a patroller taking some time off or retiring from patrol? Here’s what you need to know about the Alumni Program.

An NSP Alumni is a special registration category for people who, for various reasons, decide to no longer provide emergency care or rescue services, but wish to continue their relationship with the National Ski Patrol. The alumni program is a great way to keep your OEC current and continue to...

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Weather Forecasts for at Mountain High Resort

Checking weather for “Wrightwood, CA” can be a lot different than the conditions on the mountain.  One of the best sources for forecasts at the resort can be found at Snowforecast.com I particularly love their slogan, “Predicting sick days since 1998.” http://www.snowforecast.com/component/content/article/4354-mountain-high-resort

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