Below are the rules and conditions for our activities, if you have any further questions please contact us before arriving for your activity. Please not under 18 year olds must be accompanied by a responsible adult, who does not necessarily need to take part but will need to be present and must sign a consent form.
Minimum height: 1m
Maximum weight: 20 stone (and subject to correct harness fit)
Rules and conditions for the High Ropes
Minimum height: 1.4m
This is not a safety reason purely that if you are below 1.4m you won't be able to reach the system that we use to keep you secure throughout the course.
All activities require specialist equipment that Dynamic Adventures CIC provide which must be worn while taking part in the activity and must not be tampered with by the client.
Please tell an instructor if you have any medical conditions, in particular back/neck problems, heart conditions, epilepsy, asthma, diabetes or if you are on any medication.
The Dynamic Adventures CIC policy is that we recommend that pregnant women do not take part on the zip line, rock climbing, abseiling or high ropes as there are associated risks.
However, we do not want to be discriminatory and ultimately the choice is yours. We are not medical experts and therefore suggest that you seek advice from your doctor on the matter.
If you decide to proceed, you will need to declare that you are pregnant and then sign a disclaimer stating that: “I have made Dynamic Adventures aware that I am pregnant and as a result Dynamic Adventures has recommended that I do not take part on the course. However I have decided to take part on the course in the full knowledge that this may incur risks to my unborn child”.
Any items of clothing, bags, keys, or valuables are left entirely at the owner’s risk, Dynamic Adventures CIC does not accept responsibly for any lost or stolen items or possessions.
Dynamic Adventures CIC often takes photographs of the activities for use in our literature and presentations. If you do not wish photographs of yourself or your children to be used in this way please let an instructor know. We also provide a photo service on request.
The following is a list of examples of the minor accidents / situations that can happen. The list is not exhaustive. If you don’t wish your child or yourself to take this type of risk PLEASE do not take part:
Banged knee, slightly scraped knuckles, wet and cold, bruises to legs and arms, twisted ankle, nettle stings, insect bites, twigs in face, scratches.
GENERAL RISK– if someone slips, whether it’s wet or dry ground, whether they are experienced or not it occasionally happens, the person may twist an ankle, break a wrist, break a collar bone or receive some other similar injury.
Once the group arrive at the location there will be a series of staff and participant briefings both on health and safety issues and on the activities and logistics. Dynamic risk assessments continue throughout the activity making sure staff and participants are aware of any changes that might be required.
The activities are run in accordance with Dynamic Adventures South West C.I.C normal operating and emergency procedures and take into account recent legislation and National Governing Body schemes and procedures.
After the activity we will ask everybody to evaluate the day so that we can continually develop our standard of delivery and safety systems. For more information on the Adventure Activities Licensing Authority scheme go to www.aala.org.uk
For any further information please contact us on 01803 862725 or email email@example.com