Risk Management for Climbing


A general overview of the ranges of issues related to risk management for climbing on public lands. It describes a variety of statutes, acts and provisions – other than restricting or prohibiting climbing – that limit liability for land managers and private landowners who open their lands for public use.

These acts, statutes, and provisions include: Governmental Immunity Acts & Governmental Tort Claim Acts, Recreational Use Statutes, Assumption of Risk Doctrine, Attractive Nuisance Doctrine, State Common Law, Conclusions about Exposure to Liability in Public Land (climber and public safety), Fixed anchors, and Warning Signage.



Author: Access Fund
Published: 2005
Categories: Legislations, Risk Management

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English: Risk Management