Risk Management Advice

The sports, recreation and activities sector has clear awareness of the need to provide personal challenge through sporting activities whilst at the same time tempering this against the need for effective safety management. The sector can demonstrate a good track record in this respect through its providers, lead bodies, councils and clubs.

Despite this there has been a number of serious accidents “off the field” which has demonstrated that more could be done to manage safety on the social side of sporting activity where there is no less a “duty of care”. This Guidance aims to highlight this issue and offer simple and effective solutions with the aim of reducing risk.

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