HEALTH & SAFETY AT CROSS COUNTRY EVENTS

Athletes are advised that Health and Safety regulations recommend that you should examine the course for potential hazards before competing.

The course has been checked by the organisers and a risk assessment conducted. The Race Referee has inspected the course and declared it suitable for use.

Any competitor who has concerns about a safety aspect on the course should bring it to the attention of the organisers and/or the Referee immediately.

If the issue cannot be resolved satisfactorily the competitor will be advised not to participate in the the event.

FIRST AID

First Aid cover is available on site. Any situation arising that requires First Aid treatment anywhere on the course must be reported immediately to First Aid Personnel.

All participants are reminded of their duty of care for each other. If you suspect that someone, athlete or spectator, is in need of medical assistance you must act appropriately.