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…
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An Outdoors Perspective by Marcus Bailie of the Adventure Activities Licensing Service
I was recently lucky enough to attend a presentation on Human Error Accidents given by Marcus Bailie, Head of Inspection for the Adventure Activities Licensing Service (AALS) at the Outdoor North Wales Forum. As an extremely experienced inspector with decades of experience in the adventure activities sector, Marcus is in a unique position to be able to identify and explain some of the root causes of accidents and incidents in the outdoors.
The following blog post is a summary of the key points from Marcus’ presentation.