Adventure activities licensing guidance – When does a fundraising event become a licensable situation?
Category: Entertainment and leisure
Additional general inspector guidance notes:
Local authorities are treated in the same way as all other providers. If local authorities offer facilities for adventure activities in return for payment then they require a licence.
Adventure activities licensing ensures that activity providers follow good safety management practices. HSE is very supportive of such activities which allow young
Field Monitoring is one of the six key stages in implementing risk management policies with regards to staff.
Caravan, camping and holiday parks across the South West are being offered expert health and safety advice in the run-up to the summer tourist season,
Combined Water/Rock Activities (CWRA or CWR Activities) are activities where hazards associated with a rock environment may at times combine or alternate with those of a water environment.
Version 1 of Inspector Guidance Note – IGN 1.09 is now available.
Issue: Improvised raft building is a fun and popular activity offered by many providers.
Issue: Using non-conventional or catamaran type craft as safety boats can be problematic.
Myth of the Month – December 2009. The reality: Realistically, if a panto throws out sweets the chances of someone being seriously hurt is incredibly low.
The article ‘We don’t need to wait for an elf & safety risk assessment if we’re in real danger’ hardly presents a fair or accurate picture of that investigation, or of HSE more generally.
The owner of a faulty fairground ride has been fined £2000 after it collapsed during Suffolk’s annual Big Night Out injuring eight people.
HSE said today that serious management failings led to the death of a young boy, who drowned in a swimming pool at a Dundee leisure centre.
Off-road cycling leader qualifications recognised awards and training and assessment safety criteria
Issue: There are currently over 30 different bodies governing the sport and recreation of cycling in Britain
As part of the evaluation of the work-related violence website and toolkit we would like to know more about visitors to
November 5: Bonfire Night. Firework displays should be enjoyable and spectacular occasions – but they obviously
A lifeguard who failed to notice a father-of-three lifeless at the bottom of a Walsall swimming pool was yesterday (26/10) convicted at Wolverhampton Crown Court.
The duration of a licence is an area where there may be potential for disagreement between the inspector and provider.
The current regulatory system in the fairgrounds industry is based on the HSE Guidance, HSG175 ‘Fairgrounds and Amusement Parks – guidance on safe practice’.