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Question 298 November 2004


Risk Assessments for Outdoor Sports & Activities

We are a large water company with a major reservoir, to which we are required to give the public access. The site is used for a range of sports and activities, ranging from fishing [boat and bank] to windsurfing and sailing. We also have a permissive path open for cyclists, walkers and equestrians.
We are reviewing our current risk assessments and controls.
Do any othe members have examples there would be willing to share?

 
 

The following 4 companies answered this question and 5 documents were supplied:

  • Canal & River Trust
  • Environment Agency
  • GNER
  • South West Water Ltd - WUK member
Documents
  • "Guidance to Public Risk Assessment of Assets in the water environment"
  • "Procedure for Public Safety Risk Assessment of Assets"
  • "Process for Visitor Safety Assessment"
  • "Public Safety in the Water Environment"
  • "Signage guidance-Public Safety Risk Assessment of Assets"

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