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Adventure Activities Licensing Authority (AALA)

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The AALA was established in 1996 to undertake the statutory inspection of activity providers whose operations fall within the scope of the Activity Centres (Young Persons Safety) Act 1995.

S & A were initially commissioned by the AALA to assess the views of the Governing Bodies of those sports affected by the legislation. Terry Stevens has had a long association with assessing risk in leisure environments, having formerly been the Director of the Safety in Leisure Unit (SAIL) and the Stadium Management Project. He has authored three major reports on these issues:

(i) Managing Safe Activity Centres
(ii) Safety on Waterslides
(iii) Stadia and Arena Management

Terry is now a member of the Authority. As of February 2001 some 925 activity providers have been licensed. The key issue facing the sector over the next 5 years will be the efficacy of extending the existing scheme or to move towards a voluntary regime.

Date: 20/5/2004

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