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SAAF & Scottish Government Open Forums on the Review of AALA February 2018
The Scottish Adventure Activities Forum will be hosting three National forums supported by Scottish Government. We would welcome anyone to attend. Please note, with reference to the new proposals from the HSE review, one of the options may impact on activities and activity providers who previously were not required to obtain a licence.   We would urge […] read more...

The Scottish Adventure Activities Forum will be hosting three National forums supported by Scottish Government. We would welcome anyone to attend.

Please note, with reference to the new proposals from the HSE review, one of the options may impact on activities and activity providers who previously were not required to obtain a licence.  

We would urge you to read the discussion document http://www.hse.gov.uk/consult/condocs/cd286.htm and would suggest that you respond after you have attended one of the forums. 

1st Forum

Date               6th February 2018

Time               5.30pm – 8.30pm  

Venue             Scottish Government building in Leith, Victoria Quay  Edinburgh EH6 6QQ    (max number 68)                                       

2nd Forum 

Date                           8th February 2018

Time                           5pm – 8pm

Venue                        Glenmore Lodge, Aviemore. PH22 1QZ    (max number 50)                                       

3rd Forum 

Date                           13th February 2018

Time                           5.30pm – 8.30pm

Venue                        Maryhill Burgh Halls, Gairbraid Avenue Glasgow G20 8YE         (max capacity 50)

Tea and coffee will be provided at each venue. 

Please confirm your attendance by replying to info@thesaaf.org.uk  Confirmation of attendance will be upon a first come basis.

The purpose of these forums will be to :

  1. Ensure the wider industry is aware of the most recent developments.
  2. Highlight the potential impact of the three options proposed by HSE.
  3. Facilitate discussion around the three options.   
  4. Record to the best of our ability, the discussions and more importantly the broad views specifically of Scotland. 
  5. Promote discussion and thought in order to ensure responses to the HSE Discussion Paper.

 

SCOTTISH ADVENTURE ACTIVITIES FORUM (SAAF)
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