New to September 2011 - open water event management documentation
This is a detailed resource explaining the guidance of how to run an open water swimming event.
Brand new to British Swimming and the ASA; the open water event management document has been released in September 2011. The document includes all aspects to take in to consideration when organising an open water event.
The guidelines explain the roles required to run an event, preparation work involved, safety procedures, risk assessments and how to set your course. It is designed to leave the organisers and officials ready to launch their next event. It is advised that you also read the rules of open water swimming here.
About open water swimming
Open water bathing has always been a popular activity primarily as a recreational pursuit linked to tourism and sunny weather. Open water events, although not a new phenomenon, have increased significantly throughout the 1990’s both in frequency, size and location. Open water swimming events have been recorded with participants in excess of 10,000; this sort out event needs to be carefully planned and set up. This document should help with the safety and planning procedures in doing so.
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NEW TO OCTOBER 2012 – OPEN WATER SWIMMING – MASS PARTICIPATION
“This document should be read in conjunction with “The Management of Open Water Swimming Events – Guidance, Safe Operating Procedures & Risk Assessment”. The following information has been produced specifically in relation to Open Water Mass Participation events.
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