Periodically, once or twice a year, the unit meeting place should be inspected for health and safety hazards. The Meeting Place Inspection checklist is included in the appendix.
References: Troop Committee Guidebook, No. 34505, and Cub Scout Leader Book, No. 33221
Motor vehicles transporting passengers or carrying equipment should meet state inspection standards, if applicable, or use the vehicle checklist included in the appendix as a guide.
References: Camp Health and Safety, No.19-308, and Tours and Expeditions, No. 33737
Essentially, three occasions in unit camping require inspection: (1) after camp is set up, (2) after camp is taken down, and (3) periodically between. Your main interest in these inspections is to ensure a safe, livable camp and an unblemished site after you leave.
References: Camp Health and Safety, No.19-308, and Scoutmaster Handbook, No. 33009
Upon request, the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary will conduct a Courtesy Marine Examination of any craft over 16 feet in length. The officer will analyze the vessel and advise you of any deficiencies within state or federal regulations.
References: Handbook for Skippers and
Safe Boating Instructor's Guide