Lions Alert

Lions Alert – Read the Lions Clubs District 410-A Duties of the Safety Officer, Basic Safety Guidelines in The Club House and the Lions Alert Emergency Preparedness Framework Plan at Club District Level

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Alert Program


Disaster and Emergency Management Manual 2013-2014

Event Management Checklist

Events Manager in 3 Easy Steps

Government Gazette a57-02_0

Government Gazette


Lions should work with local disaster relief experts to define Lions ALERT team responsibilities (docx)

Module 1 (docx)

personal safety checklist

The Duties of the Lions Club Safety Officer (docx)

The responsibilities of the district Lions ALERT chairperson (docx)

Lions Clubs District 410-A – Serving the unique needs of our communities

Lions Clubs – we help where help is needed in our own communities and around the world. The world’s largest service club organization.

Lions give Sight, serve youth, assist the aged, the disabled, the disadvantaged. In fact wherever there is a need there are Lions.

Everywhere we work, we make friends. With children who need schoolbooks, with seniors who need transportation and with people we may never meet.

We’re led by talented, dedicated volunteer leaders from around the world. And, we’re supported by the Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF), which helps to fund Lions humanitarian projects.

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2 thoughts on “Lions Alert

  1. Neville

    It is so important that all Lions clubs take Lions alert serious, if we just look what and how quick things can happen in Johannesburg recently. We already have 24 clubs out of 44 that have Lions Alert coordinators. We wish that all outstanding clubs will select lions Alert coordinators .Safety is also important and we need to make sure that during any project that our check list is been completed.

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