VSG Risk Assessment Training
- 200 British pounds£200
Visitor Safety Group (VSG), Risk Assessment Training. The aim of the group is to promote sensible, proportionate, reasonable and balanced guidance to owners on managing visitor safety. To both protect historic buildings, landscapes, and encourage public access, within levels of risk acceptable to society. VSG members follow a consistent approach to visitor safety management and are committed to applying VSG guiding principles in their work. Which our course Trains and assess participants to do successfully. The group, set up in 1997, was originally called the Visitor Safety in the Countryside Group (VSCG) which we have been running multi-able courses for National Resources Wales. The group also includes other organisations that own and manage land and property (to name a few: National Trust, Crown Estate, Forestry England, RSPC, Waterways Ireland, LGMA, Forestry and Land Scotland), with day-to-day experience of visitor management, as well as national policymakers and specialist safety advisers. They all work together in order to: + identify and share good practice. + promote the application of consistent management principles. + develop a model approach to risk assessment that incorporates valuing benefits. + encourage consistency in the choice and application of risk control measures. + seek a balanced and pragmatic approach to dealing with the many and varied factors that affect visitor safety management produce sound interpretation of legislative requirements and court decisions.
Bryn Bettws Lodge, Pontrhydyfen, Port Talbot, UK