Generic outdoor activity risk assessment

About this publication

Thurston staff are conscious of safety at all times and constantly evaluate risk. However, it must be recognised that it is not possible to entirely remove all the risk from adventurous activities without losing benefits of participation.

This generic assessment is for all outdoor activities and it outlines how staff manage risk in relation to the benefits with awareness of the consequences.

Publishing information

From: Children, Adults and Families

Published: January 2022


PDF:  Generic outdoor activity risk assessment (PDF) [54KB]

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