roto 3 cfpsa brief eng reviewed 18 oct 06 no pics

Information about roto 3 cfpsa brief eng reviewed 18 oct 06 no pics

Published on November 5, 2007

Author: Willi

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Serving those who serve À votre service :  AGENCE DE SOUTIEN DU PERSONNEL DES FORCES CANADIENNES Serving those who serve À votre service CANADIAN FORCES PERSONNEL SUPPORT AGENCY OPERATION ARCHER ROTO 3 :  OPERATION ARCHER ROTO 3 WELFARE SERVICES Jim Peverley Director Deployment Support (HQ) Gord Wells Deployed Operations Manager (HQ) Norma Woods Deputy Deployed Operations Manager (HQ) Karine Vachon Deployed Operations Coordinator (HQ) AIM:  AIM Provide an overview of the services offered to OP Archer military personnel by the Canadian Forces Personnel Support Agency (CFPSA). MISSION STATEMENT:  MISSION STATEMENT To enhance the morale and welfare of the military community, thus contributing to the operational readiness and effectiveness of the Canadian Forces. ORGANIZATION:  ORGANIZATION CANEX Retail Operations SISIP Life Insurance Financial Planning PSP (Personnel Support Programs) Physical Fitness & Sports CF Youth & Recreation Messes MFRC DEPLOYED OPERATIONS CFPSA STAFF IN THEATRE:  CFPSA STAFF IN THEATRE Why are we sending employees into theatre? In September 2000, as per the request of the CDS, the CFPSA expanded its delivery of services, mainly due to pers shortage for overseas deployments, to include CF personnel serving as part of NATO. OP Palladium & Boreas in Bosnia-Herzegovina, since Aug 03 OP Athena/Archer in Afghanistan, and in March 04 OP Halo in Haiti CHAIN OF COMMAND:  CHAIN OF COMMAND IMPORTANT: Welfare Staff are part of the NSE chain of command OUR ROLE IN THEATRE:  OUR ROLE IN THEATRE PROVIDE WELFARE SERVICES Fitness, Sports & Recreation Retail Services Material Resources Services NPF Accounting Travel Services Barber Shop CFRT (Canadian Forces Radio & Television) FITNESS, SPORTS & REC:  FITNESS, SPORTS & REC Gyms operate on each camp (KAF, PRT & Mirage) Fitness Equipment Weights, Benches, Cardio, … Fitness Classes Aerobics, Step, Yoga, Spinning, Core, ... Sports Volleyball, Basketball, Ball Hockey, ... Clubs Martial Arts, Music, Computer, ... FITNESS, SPORTS & REC:  Recreation and physical fitness programs (limited level of service) Special Events - Support to deployment CF Show Tour Canada Day Terry Fox Run Remembrance Day Halloween, Christmas, Fun Days, … * Each listed above depends on camp needs & facilities FITNESS, SPORTS & REC MATERIAL RESOURCES:  Control & Life cycling management Audio Video Equipment (TV, DVD, VCR) Fitness Equipment Club Equipment MATERIAL RESOURCES RETAIL OPERATION:  RETAIL OPERATION Retail Outlets (5 in KAF, 1 at PRT & 1 in CM) Including Tim Hortons ! Barber Shop (3 Barbers) Products Tobacco, pop, snacks, electronics, souvenirs, clothing & jewellery Services Flower purchases for delivery in Canada TRAVEL SERVICES:  TRAVEL SERVICES Travel Coordinators on 3 camps (KAF, PRT & Mirage) Role: Assist military personnel with HLTA travel arrangements. Liaise between members and travel agencies. CAMP MIRAGE:  1 store – Mirage Market Storage Facilities: Small warehouse, 2 Refrigerated Sea Containers, Office, 1 Sea Container 1 Mess: All Ranks Sports: Volley Ball, Soccer… Various Fitness Classes NEW GYM Travel Office 10 CFPSA Employees CAMP MIRAGE TRAVEL SERVICES:  TRAVEL SERVICES Your travel coordinators will: Provide information related to travel destinations and coordinate travel arrangements with agencies. Arrange transport between camps for arrival/departure points. Prepare & verify HLTA/R&R claims & send for approval. Slide16:  Not authorized within the first/last 30 days. HLTA is usually 24 days total including travel time and special days. HLTA BLOCKS leave from KAF Tactical Air Lift (TAL) from KAF to Camp Mirage Please Note: there is very limited luggage space on the Hercules Aircraft. HLTA - OP ARCHER ROTO 3 HLTA BREAKDOWN:  HLTA BREAKDOWN Day 1 = Herc KAF - CM Day 2 = Spending it in CM (Host Nation) Day 3 = CAL out of Host Nation (starting at 0000 hrs) Day 4-21 = 18 days leave Day 22 = Start travel back Day 23 = a) coming from Canada = still travelling b) coming from Asia/Europe = day 23 in HN Day 24 = Herc CM - KAF GOING HOME (NOK or Last Place of Duty):  GOING HOME (NOK or Last Place of Duty) DCBA rules state members must book their return home with the travel agency that holds the MOU (memorandum of understanding). WE’LL TAKE CARE OF IT ALL FOR YOU ! 3rd LOCATION:  3rd LOCATION Members are RESPONSIBLE to do their own bookings. WE WILL BE GLAD TO ASSIST IF YOU NEED OUR HELP, BUT YOU ARE ULTIMATELY RESPONSIBLE TO BOOK YOUR OWN TRIP DCBA POLICY FOR 3rd LOCATION:  DCBA POLICY FOR 3rd LOCATION All travel is to be direct to a third location and a member is not entitled to travel: To or from the member’s home or previous place of duty via a third location; or To or from a third location via a member’s home or previous place of duty 3rd LOCATION:  3rd LOCATION Very little resource available once in theater Members are responsible to make their own travel arrangements, preferably prior to departure If needed, the travel coord in theatre can assist with third location plans. A CREDIT CARD is VERY useful when booking third location PLAN AHEAD :  PLAN AHEAD Restricted Countries Visa Immunizations Green/Blue Passports International Driver’s License Credit Card WEBSITES:  WEBSITES DFAIT – Information & Assistance for Canadians Abroad www.voyage.gc.ca Uniglobe Geo Travel www.geo.ca DCBA – Chap 10 (MFSI) Sect 21 BOOKING YOUR HLTA THROUGH CFPSA TRAVEL OFFICE:  BOOKING YOUR HLTA THROUGH CFPSA TRAVEL OFFICE 6 Steps to Booking your HLTA: STEP 1: Each member submits HLTA request form to unit prior to departure (when block is assigned). STEP 2: Request is submitted to the travel agency. STEP 3: Itinerary is presented to the member for signature. STEP 4: Signed itinerary is sent back to travel agency. STEP 5: Travel agency issues and sends tickets into theatre. STEP 6: At DAG, member picks up travel documents and signs claim. TRAVEL SERVICES IN SUNNY CAMP MIRAGE:  TRAVEL SERVICES IN SUNNY CAMP MIRAGE R&R in Camp Mirage: Member is entitled R&R in accordance to the Roto policies. Various packages are available for members to choose from. Details & procedures will be explained once members arrive into theatre. FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:  FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Q1- Advance of HLTA Entitlement for 3rd Location? A1- YES. When you arrive in theatre, you will sign a form, which will entitle your pay office to deposit the money into your account in theatre. Q2- Transfers – What is reasonable and what isn’t? A2- A 6 to 7 hour transfer is very reasonable in Europe but not in Canada. FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:  Q3 - Can I have a stop over en route to NOK or LPD in Canada ? A3 - NO. Stop overs are NOT authorized en route to NOK or LPD in Canada (MFSI 10.21.06) Q4 - When traveling to a 3rd location, can I land in Canada (outside a radius of 800 km), and then drive to NOK or LPD? A4 - No. You’re looking at fraud. FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:  Q5 - When traveling to a 3rd location, can I go to Europe (for example), and then to Canada? A5 - YES, as long as with condition that the location is outside the 800 Km radius. Q6 - Do you require Travel Insurance? A6 - NO, not for Home Return. Strongly recommended for member’s traveling on 3rd location. FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

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