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					                                 NRA Range Safety Officer Certification Course
                                  Saturday June 3, 2006 from 7:30:00AM to 5:30PM
                       Hosted at the Izaak Walton League of America, Harford County Chapter
                        Clubhouse, grounds & shooting range located at 3518 Woodsdale Road, Abingdon, MD


                                                                 Lesson Plan
Lesson I:                Introduction to the NRA Range Safety Officers course

COURSE OBJECTIVE:
NRA BASIC RANGE SAFETY OFFICER COURSE: This nine (9) hour multi-media course of instruction is designed for range
owners, operators, managers, civilians, police/security personnel, and Boy Scout leaders desiring to oversee and conduct safe range
operations without necessarily holding the certification as an NRA Certified Instructor or Coach. Successful completion of the course
will result in NRA Range Safety Officer certification. The minimum age for certification is 21 years.

The LBRA NRA Training Team will employ the training philosophy of Total Participant Involvement (TPI). TPI challenges each
participant to play an active role in the course presentation process.

PURPOSE:
Many shooting organizations, clubs, and ranges have determined that their facilities need to be operated by NRA Certified Instructors
or Coaches due to the lack of training specifically for range safety personnel.

In response, the National Rifle Association developed the Basic Range Safety Officer Course to satisfy the need to have trained
persons oversee and conduct safe range operations without necessarily being NRA Certified Instructors or Coaches. Successful
completion of the course will result in NRA Range Safety Officer certification.

This course of instruction is designed for persons who have been assigned by a range owner, operator, or manager to oversee range
safety. Course content includes: ensuring the range is safe to use; conducting range safety briefings for shooters; handling ammunition
and firearm malfunctions safely; supervising safety aspects of shooting activities; and handling emergency procedures as established
by the range management.

Become a Maryland Hunter Education Instructor
Over 600 certified instructors have been specially screened and trained to teach Hunter Education in Maryland. The instructors teach
the Hunter Education Course in teams at times and locations convenient to them. Instructors must complete an application and
instructor test. Upon satisfactory completion of a background investigation, the applicant will be accepted as a Provisional Instructor
and may assist in teaching with a certified instructor. Provisional Instructors have one year to complete instructor training and
two years to complete the Range Officer Certification Program to become a fully certified instructor.
http://www.dnr.state.md.us/nrp/education/instructor.html




 Presented By:                               Long Branch Rifle Association, Inc.                                             Junior and Senior Divisions
  FORTUNE CENTER 42 Idlewild Street, Bel Air, Maryland 21014                        Tel: 410-893-0450 Email: lbra@comcast.net Web site: http://www.lbra.net/

                                                 Incorporated 1950, Harford County, Maryland
                                                                          Active Members:
 National Rifle Association, Maryland State Rifle & Pistol Assn., Civilian Marksmanship Program, Boy Scouts of America Merit Badge Instructors, BSA Broadcreek
               Field Sports Association Instructors, Maryland DNR Police Hunter Safety Education Program Instruction Team & Range Safety Officers,
                               MD Police Training Commission (MPTC)- Firearms Safety Training Program, Certified Instructor Team



Ref: LBRA NRA RSO Course Lesson Plan 060306 page 1 of 4
Lesson II:            The role of the NRA Range Safety Officer and
                      Range Standard Operating Procedures

The role of the NRA Range Safety Officer
The role of the NRA Chief Range Safety Officer

Range Standard Operating Procedures
The class will refer to SAMPLE COPY provided by NRA. This sample will provide the basis for class
discussion and a suggested format for CRSOs to build a S.O.P. for their own shooting ranges.

Hand-outs for inclusion will be provided.
S.O.P. Contents Review
CHAPTER 1: Preamble
CHAPTER 2: Constitution
CHAPTER 3: Organizational Chart
CHAPTER 4: Non-Profit Organization
CHAPTER 5: Safety Plan
CHAPTER 6: Range Operations
CHAPTER 7: RSO Training Requirements and Reports

APPENDIX 1:          Outdoor Range Inspection Checklist
APPENDIX 2:          Indoor Range Inspection Checklist
APPENDIX 3:          Shotgun Range Inspection Checklist
APPENDIX 4:          Range Safety Briefing
APPENDIX 5:          Emergency Report Sheet
APPENDIX 6:          Injury Report Form
APPENDIX 7:          Hold Harmless Agreement Form




Lesson III:            Range Inspection and Range Rules

Refer to S.O.P. Contents
CHAPTER 5: Safety Plan
CHAPTER 6: Range Operations

APPENDIX 1:          Outdoor Range Inspection Checklist
APPENDIX 2:          Indoor Range Inspection Checklist
APPENDIX 3:          Shotgun Range Inspection Checklist
APPENDIX 4:          Range Safety Briefing
APPENDIX 7:          Hold Harmless Agreement Form

Range Check-In Procedures

Range Inspections- (discussion and field exercise)
Indoor Range Inspection
Outdoor Range Inspection
Shotgun Range Inspection

Ref: LBRA NRA RSO Course Lesson Plan 060306 page 2 of 4
Lesson III:            Range Inspection and Range Rules     (continued)

Shooting Range Rules-
NRA Gun Safety Rules (review NRA handout)
General Range Rules
Site Specific Range Rules (review various facility provided rules on-hand)
    - Seitzland Rifle Club
    - IWLA Harford County Chapter
    - APGT&S
    - NHF&GA
    - LRT&S Club
Administrative Rules (review various facility provided rules on-hand)
    - APGT&S
    - Seitzland Rifle Club
    - IWLA Harford County Chapter




Lesson IV:            Range Safety Briefing
Refer to S.O.P. Contents
CHAPTER 5: Safety Plan
CHAPTER 6: Range Operations

APPENDIX 4: Range Safety Briefing

The Purpose Of The Shooting Event
Range Layout and Limits
Range Safety Rules
Firing Line Commands
Emergency Procedures

Range Safety Briefing field exercise- presentation




Lesson V:             Emergency Procedures

Refer to S.O.P. Contents
CHAPTER 5: Safety Plan
CHAPTER 6: Range Operations

APPENDIX 5: Emergency Report Sheet
APPENDIX 6: Injury Report Form
APPENDIX 7: Hold Harmless Agreement Form

Emergency Drill- practical range exercise



Ref: LBRA NRA RSO Course Lesson Plan 060306 page 3 of 4
Lesson VI:                 Firearms Stoppages and Malfunctions

Identify common stoppages and malfunctions
Demonstrate how to safely take a loaded firearm from a shooter
Demonstrate how to clear common stoppages

Firearm Stoppage
Firearm Malfunction
Ammunition Malfunction

Action types you may have to clear (practical exercises)

-    Long guns (rifles & shotguns)- six action types
-    Handguns- revolvers and semiautomatics
-    Muzzleloading Firearms- flintlock and percussion locks
-    Air guns and BB guns- rifles and pistols

Lesson VIa:                   BSA Standards- Guns & Firearms

Lesson VII:                Test and Review

50 Question Exam

NRA Certification




Contact & Registration: Chief Instructors-
Mr. Gary G. Hicks- NRA Course Director, NRA CRSO & Certified NRA Training Counselor-Instructor
Long Branch Rifle Association, Inc., FORTUNE CENTER, 42 Idlewild Street, Bel Air, Maryland 21014
Tel: 410-893-0450 Email: NRARSO@lbra.net Visit our web site for more information http://www.lbra.net/

Mr. Larry G. Alejo- NRA Course Director, NRA CRSO & Certified NRA Training Counselor-Instructor
Tel: 410-278-4836 E-mail: larry.alejo@ocs.apg.army.mil




                 Long Branch Rifle Association, Inc.                                             Junior and Senior Divisions
     FORTUNE CENTER 42 Idlewild Street, Bel Air, Maryland 21014                        Tel: 410-893-0450 Email: lbra@comcast.net Web site: http://www.lbra.net/


                                                    Incorporated 1950, Harford County, Maryland
                                                                             Active Members:
    National Rifle Association, Maryland State Rifle & Pistol Assn., Civilian Marksmanship Program, Boy Scouts of America Merit Badge Instructors, BSA Broadcreek
                  Field Sports Association Instructors, Maryland DNR Police Hunter Safety Education Program Instruction Team & Range Safety Officers,
                                  MD Police Training Commission (MPTC)- Firearms Safety Training Program, Certified Instructor Team



Ref: LBRA NRA RSO Course Lesson Plan 060306 page 4 of 4

				
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