Adventure Activities Licencing Information & Updates
Visit the AALS Info Log below for information about incidents, accidents and near misses that have happened in adventure activities or similar, closely related activities.
The HSE continue to review their approach to Adventure Activity Licensing. Below you can find information about the most recent meetings and consultations with the outdoor learning sector.
To provide the HSE with a representative and informed point of contact a wide ranging group of representative organisations has come together as the UK Adventure Industry Group. The group has established a simple website to hold notes of its meetings and other pertinent information UKAIG. The group is being supported by the Institute and a list of its members can be found on the website.
Update 12/06/2017 Following the consideration of their 2017 AALA survey results the HSE recognises that there is potential for an effectively functioning, industry-run scheme to meet the aspirations of stakeholders and has committed to work with these stakeholders and others to develop this option further. See further details of the HSE statement and an option to join a webinar on 19th June to hear feedback on the survey results. IOL will continue to support this dialogue with the HSE working closely with AAIAC and other stakeholders representing all the Home Nations.
Note of meeting with Adventure Activity stakeholders British Mountaineering Council, Manchester 20/04/2017
Warwick Mill Business Centre, Warwick Bridge, Carlisle, Cumbria, CA4 8RR
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