民間搜索隊

Hong Kong Hiking Web: 民間搜索隊 CountrySide Volunteer Search Team: 民間搜索隊
郊野義務搜索隊 Countryside Volunteer Search Team

成立宗旨﹕由本港熱愛野外活動之人士牽頭,集結社會力量,為市民提供郊野義務搜索服務。

成立日期﹕2007年05月02日

召集人及成員﹕由三位召集人,近二十名核心成員和百多名登記成員所組成。

服務原則﹕
1. 本搜索隊衹在官方或事主家屬要求之下才會提供服務或考慮出動。
2. 所有求助必定先由官方作出緊急處理,本搜索隊衹擔任輔助角色。

運作模式﹕
宣傳﹕本搜索隊成立之日將向傳媒發佈消息,並在各專業討論區如Facebook及香港行山網等發佈聯絡辦法。

聯絡﹕市民及官方人員可利用公佈的電郵地址與搜索隊聯絡。
lingsir.kingkong=X , X@gmail.com 或
cvst_lester=Y , Y@yahoo.com.hk

運作﹕搜索隊收到要求協助訊息後,將會接觸求助者瞭解情況,獲取所有第一手資料之後,將透過內部聯網召集相關專家作出回應,有需要時以臨時策劃形式組成搜索隊,並統籌和執行搜索。

管理﹕後勤人員將負責安排部份所需物資和器材、擔任控制中心工作及整理搜索過程取得的資料。

成員﹕參與搜索的成員均以個人名義、願意服從搜索隊的安排、並在免責聲明上簽署。

加入﹕熱心人士可透過加入搜索隊電郵群組 Google Group 要求參與,唯以富有野外經驗者為合。

責任﹕參與搜索的成員需為自己的行為負責,清楚理解在參與行動期間所發生及涉及之一切法律,賠償,受傷及意外等責任,概與郊野義務搜索隊及籌組之聯絡人無關。參與搜索的成員亦請考慮自行購買所需的意外保險;而在搜索進行期間亦必需考慮保障自身安全為先。

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有心人士如希望定期接收搜索隊資訊或召集訊息。可以到以下網址登記或瀏覽:

Google Site: https://sites.google.com/site/cvsthk/

香港行山網: 討論>資訊>搜索隊
http://www.hiking.com.hk/discus/messages/44998/44998.html

Google Group: http://groups.google.com/group/cvsteam-public

Facebook: 郊野義務搜索隊
http://www.facebook.com/CVSTeam

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失蹤者家屬或朋友,如要求搜索隊協助,必須事先報警,並願意向搜索隊提供失蹤者的個人資料用作搜索分析用途,經搜索隊分析後再行決定出動與否。

有需要搜索協助的人士,可以下述方法聯絡﹕

電郵: lingsir.kingkong@ 請加上 gmail.com

電郵: cvst_lester@ 請加上 yahoo.com.hk

留言於緊急聯絡電話: 6302 2364 [這個電話會不時更改]

在Facebook或香港行山網張貼訊息,和附上聯絡方法。

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搜索隊會定期舉辦交流會,以分享資訊及交流經驗為宗旨,有興趣朋友可以留意定期通告。詳情:
http://www.hiking.com.hk/discus/messages/44998/58079.html

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   By Jacques (Hammer) on Sunday, October 09, 2011 - 9:23 am:  Edit Posted From: 112.118.23.54

我們的宗旨是根據證據去尋找失蹤者,盡量從一個中立的角度去處理每一個失蹤事件。

「家家有本難念的經」
一個搜索者的心態大致上與急救、救援、及社工的態度相似,就是以一個客觀(objective)和非判斷性的角度(non-judgmental)去處理整個事件;而每個個案均有其獨特性,外人大多不了解事實的全部,因此又要附加同理心 (empathy) 和靜心聆聽等技巧,避免批判性的言論。

在此花時間腦力分析,在外付出汗水搜索,大家都是本著盡力幫助失蹤者及其家屬親友,務求在有限的資源下,盡快覓得失蹤者。希望大家繼續努力,解開失蹤謎團。

謝謝。

   By Jackwabbit (Jackwabbit) on Thursday, March 26, 2009 - 2:18 pm:  Edit Posted From: 116.48.118.62

郊野義務搜索隊
CVST, Countryside Volunteer Search Team
2009年4月的交流會

日期 / 時間 : 4月1日, 星期三, 晚上7:30 -9:30
地點 : 界限街 旺角警會 (Police Sport & Rec. Club)
更改會議室: 二樓「綠茵吧」。大門直入到草坪後,轉左到游泳池再上二樓。
題目 :
1.「基本搜索理論: 策略及小組搜索術 簡介」。
對象: 適合初學者,亦歡迎有經驗人仕共同交流。
2. 近期搜索報告: 「高塘後山」。

5月的交流會題目預告: 「搜索隊兩年進展報告」及 警會酒樓晚宴,歡迎任何有興趣的人仕在4月的交流會中報名晚宴。

交流會會在每月的第一個星期三舉行,我們歡迎任何有興趣的人仕參加,免費及不需報名。
如無問題不需回覆此電郵。

對搜索有興趣的人仕請留意: http://www.hiking.com.hk 網頁左邊的「資訊」或左下方的「搜索隊」 副網頁,或可申請加入: http://hk.groups.yahoo.com/group/cvsteam/ 來接收搜索隊信息。

   By Jackwabbit (Jackwabbit) on Thursday, March 19, 2009 - 5:06 pm:  Edit Posted From: 116.48.51.31

安全避忘錄
1. 如有意參加未來的密林搜索,請自備以下密林裝備﹕
護目眼鏡、皮手套、護膝、和有筒的遠足靴。這些裝備可在鴨寮街、行山或工業安全用品店購買。

2. 如無有效的急救証書,請自行報讀,以備不時之需,及報讀外部「山野安全班」之用。
急救班:
http://www.redcross.org.hk/
http://www.stjohn.org.hk/b5/

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   By Jackwabbit (Jackwabbit) on Tuesday, March 10, 2009 - 5:42 pm:  Edit Posted From: 116.48.50.57

歷奇活動急救證書課程
Adventure First Aid Certificate Course (AdFA)
Copy and past the whole link:
http://www.redcross.org.hk/_cdata/usrAtt/svr5/usrDoc/歷奇活動急救證書課程大綱_091.doc

   By Jackwabbit (Jackwabbit) on Thursday, February 26, 2009 - 10:44 pm:  Edit Posted From: 116.48.119.249

郊野義務搜索隊
CVST, Countryside Volunteer Search Team
2009年3月的交流會

日期 / 時間 : 3月4日, 星期三, 晚上7:30 -9:30
地點 : 界限街 旺角警會 (Police Sport & Rec. Club),地下童軍室,大門直入到草坪後轉右到尾。
題目 :
1.「GPS衛星定位」續集。 適合稍有GPS及 Google Map/Earth經驗的人仕分享。
2. 近期搜索報告。

歡迎任何有興趣的人仕參加交流會,免費及不需報名。
如無問題不需回覆此電郵。

有興趣的人仕請留意: http://www.hiking.com.hk 網頁左邊的「資訊」或左下方的「搜索隊」 副網頁,或可申請加入: http://hk.groups.yahoo.com/group/cvsteam/ 來接收搜索隊信息。

   By Hiker A on Sunday, February 01, 2009 - 10:41 pm:  Edit

孟波先生,
可否將一月七日匯報公開?簡單一點就可以了.謝謝!

   By Hong Kong Man on Saturday, January 31, 2009 - 10:25 am:  Edit

孟波兄,
可否將一月七日匯報公開?簡單一點就可以了.謝謝!

   By Jackwabbit (Jackwabbit) on Friday, January 30, 2009 - 10:58 pm:  Edit

"有關搜索丁探員的行動會否繼續?"
CVST still have at least two locations near Ko Tong to search, but the dates are pending. Everyone has been busy recently for obvious reasons.

   By Hiker A on Friday, January 30, 2009 - 8:37 pm:  Edit

有關搜索丁探員的行動會否繼續?

   By Jackwabbit (Jackwabbit) on Monday, January 26, 2009 - 9:28 pm:  Edit

郊野義務搜索隊
CVST, Countryside Volunteer Search Team
2009年2月的交流會

日期 / 時間 : 2月4日, 星期三, 晚上7:30 -9:30
地點 : 界限街 旺角警會 (Police Sport & Rec. Club),地下童軍室,大門直入到草坪後轉右到尾。
題目 : 「陸上導行﹕地圖、指南針、GPS衛星定位」。
對象: 適合初學者,亦歡迎有經驗人仕分享經驗。

歡迎任何有興趣的人仕參加交流會,免費及不需報名。
如無問題不需回覆此電郵。

有興趣的人仕請留意: http://www.hiking.com.hk 網頁左邊的「資訊」或左下方的「搜索隊」 副網頁,或可申請加入: http://hk.groups.yahoo.com/group/cvsteam/

   By 志大 on Sunday, January 25, 2009 - 11:16 pm:  Edit

打斷一下大家的話題。

祝各位直接或間接參與或支持搜索工作的朋友牛年快樂,身體健康,工作順利,家庭和睦。

更重要是:

快快樂幾上山去,
平平安安回家來!

   By 孟波 on Sunday, January 25, 2009 - 12:29 pm:  Edit

when we are talking communication, always use the way the opposite party understand to communicate. That why teaching boy scout is different from teaching policeman and soldiers.

If there is something adnormal, please find out whats going on but not just think whats going on.

Unfortunately, many people, including some searchers, are not doing thoroughly due to limited mental and physical ability.

   By 盲拳小子 on Sunday, January 25, 2009 - 11:58 am:  Edit

For discussion purposes, let’s take the case discussed on the Jan 7 meeting where a group of Boy Scouts met with really really thick fog near Fei Ngor Shan and called the police for help.

Let us also assume, for our discussion, that they have blown the whistle, six-blasts sequence, for an hour or so and nobody came. So they have stopped blowing the whistle.
xxxxxxxxx
Several questions here :
1. As the approaching rescue party, with GPS of course, what is appropriate whistle-sequence to alert the Boy Scouts so that they can answer back.

2. Presumable the Boy Scouts should answer back with 6-Blast sequences. Any comments here.

3. After the Boy Scouts answered back, several messages may be possible :
a) We heard you and we are coming.
b) We heard you but we are not sure which direction you are at. Please blow you whistle again.
c) Other messages ( but I can’t think of One at this time. )
xxxxxxxx
Suppose we use 4-Blasts at 1 minute intervals, this is 240 blasts in an hour and 960 blasts over a 4 hours span.

Suppose we share this among six people, this is still 160 Whistle Blasts per person.

Can electronic beeping devices be used instead ?

   By Nite Hiker on Saturday, January 24, 2009 - 11:05 pm:  Edit

I will return a three blast whistle and listen for feedback.

Will this work?

   By Jackwabbit (Jackwabbit) on Saturday, January 24, 2009 - 9:17 pm:  Edit

Quote "If I do a series of intermittent 4-Blasts Whistle while in Sai Kung East, everybody will understand I am not sending a distress signal nor an answering signal. "

No! As I always mentioned in my lecture, since 6- blasts of whistle is a rescue signal, if you hear 5-blasts what are you going to do?

A prudent hiker may investigate, there is alway a chance the "lost person" had never heard of the 6-blasts rescue signal. Following this train of thought, what are YOU going to do if you hear 4-blast or 3-blast...huh? Ignore them?

   By 盲拳小子 on Friday, January 23, 2009 - 7:30 pm:  Edit

Thanks, Jackwabbit and PoP.
xxxxxxxx
I think I've got it now :

1. If I do a series of intermittent 4-Blasts Whistle while in Sai Kung East, everybody will understand I am not sending a distress signal nor an answering signal.

2. Peopple in the area will be aware that I am around and can yell for help if they needed help.

3. This may attract the II's so I better have a group of 5-6 people minimum with me .

   By PoP on Friday, January 23, 2009 - 6:23 pm:  Edit

> Whistle signals

FYI: Morse code
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Morse_Code

Background Info
http://www.weeklyreader.com/featurezone/morse/

   By Jackwabbit (Jackwabbit) on Friday, January 23, 2009 - 5:51 pm:  Edit

I originally asked about the confusion on whistle signals here, a USA forum:
http://www.trailspace.com/forums/climbing/topics/31465.html
What we learn in HK is the UK-European system of "6 blasts of whistle... answer by 3 blasts".
But "6 blasts of whistle" in the US can be answered by "what the fxxk are you doing?" (a joke :-))

One can certainly argues how "International" is the "International Mountain Distress Signal" of "6 blasts of whistle/min..."

You may also google: mountain + rescue + whistle + signals and see what shows up.

Again, not much of an answer, in the eyes of the all powerful google.

   By 盲拳小子 on Friday, January 23, 2009 - 2:39 pm:  Edit

Jackwabbit :

There was a discussion in the Jan 7 meeting about sound communications : { blowing the whistle in thick fog, six times in quick succession as the SOS signal and then stopping for a period before restarting }.

Question : Is there a Stardard Response for the approaching Rescue Party.
xxxxxxx
Are there other standard procedures when communicating by sound ?

( Please cite web-site and I can look it up myself )

   By Bill on Sunday, January 18, 2009 - 10:41 pm:  Edit

今日在蚺蛇灣登陸、沿千溪海岸、米粉咀、蚊灣、短咀綑邊進行搜索,很遺憾未能發現黃生,希望黃生吉人天相及早現身。

   By hung kwong chuen (Hungcat) on Thursday, January 15, 2009 - 7:16 pm:  Edit

18/1搜索行動我們有2人,有對講機一對,但長咀一帶不熟,先報名。
tel:90941549再約時間及集合點。

   By feifeicat on Thursday, January 15, 2009 - 7:18 am:  Edit

崖岸搜索---高危。各位務請小心!

   By Roy on Wednesday, January 14, 2009 - 11:50 pm:  Edit

孟波:

ok! I see! THx!

   By Roy on Wednesday, January 14, 2009 - 11:50 pm:  Edit

孟波:

明白,我們會商議後再决定明天是否前往。

   By 孟波 on Wednesday, January 14, 2009 - 11:45 pm:  Edit

for more detail on this case, please read SCMP, Apple Daily, Shing Pao, Ming Pao and Cable TV tomorrow.


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