Security at CHM
At CHM, security is an integral part of your stay!
When you stay at CHM, right upon arrival, you will be given a personal pass with your picture that you are to keep throughout your stay. You must have it constantly with you; it is easier to identify yourself, or to fetch kids back to their parents if they are out there on their own discovering the wide open spaces of the campsite.
During high season, there are forty three security guards watching the campsite 24 hours a day.
The “Quebecs” as they are familiarly called by the regulars, they are easily recognisable thanks to their red tee-shirts. They have quite various tasks.
They are responsible for the control of the access to the Centre; Right on arrival, they will see you to your pitch or advise you from the information point located next to the Welcome desk. You will see them regularly riding on their bicycles, because your tranquillity and quietness during your stay are their priority.
They are ready to give a hand whenever necessary, like putting up your tent or to pull your vehicle out of the sand. Don’t hesitate to ask for their help, should you need some!
The Quebecs are led by experienced team leaders recognisable in their black tee shirts. Holders of first-aid certificates, they are entitled to provide first help in the event of an accident while waiting for the emergency services.
The aid post of the Beach and the Welcome office are both equipped with a defibrillator.
The watch of the swimming areas of the CHM beach indicated by blue flags is ensured from mid-June till mid-September by 12 naturist lifeguards, all holders of the BNSSA. Moreover, this is reinforced on Beach 1 by a lifeguard on a jet ski for instant reaction.
Monitoring of the Aquatic Park and the swimming pool:
Eight lifeguards ensure alternatively the watch of the Aquatic Park from mid-June till mid-September, and of the swimming pool in July and August. They are there, among other things, to make sure that naturist values are respected.