Climbing instructors need to be ready to work with climbers with a wide range of skills. From children who have just started to learn, to experienced adults who are training between outdoor bouldering sessions.
Instructors without the proper training and experience are a risk to those they are meant to support. Continue Reading…
Papertrail is delighted to announce that Aerial Adventure Tech has recently joined our family of global safety partners.
In March 1993, in Lyme Bay, tragedy struck a group of teenagers who set off canoeing on a school-organised journey to Charmouth, just two miles down the coast. Continue Reading…
A lot of people are unsure of how to work out the date of manufacture on a piece of their PPE or other equipment, and in turn are unaware of the date the product needs to be retired. Therefore we thought we would give you a few tips on how you would find this out with some of the main manufacturers such as Petzl and DMM.
According to the Association of British Insurers, the number of bodily injury claims received by insurers increased by 72% from 2002 to 2010. The figure continues to increase, with adventure activity providers increasingly becoming the focus of claims.
With so much going on at a busy adventure park, keeping up with the demands of health and safety management can be challenging at times. We’re passionate about making life easier (and safer!) for professionals in the ropes course industry, so would love to invite you to a free webinar we’re holding next week:
A new and updated version of the European Ropes Course Standard, EN 15567 is due to be published later this year. We’ve put together a brief overview of the changes to the existing standard – read on to find out more.