1.2 Required Facilities & Resources

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1.2 Required Facilities & Resources

On site facilities

  • The Event Organising Committee (OC) must assure that emergency medical services are available for each official day of training and competition
  • Medically equipped tent or clinic in close vicinity of the base / finish of event location for initial triage and minor issues.
  • Public facility for medical care of spectators
  • Top of course medical station for athlete needs prior to competition
  • Intermediate medical course stations depending on event
  • Alpine Speed events, Freestyle Aerials and Ski Cross, Snowboard Cross and Big Air and and Skiflying competitions must have a fully equipped Advanced Life Support Team and a replacement available with transport at all times during official training or competition.
  • Alpine Speed, Freestyle Aerials, Ski Cross, Snowboard Cross, Big Air and Skiflying competitions must have a fully equipped Advanced Life Support Team and a replacement available with transport at all times during official training or competition
  • For Alpine Speed, Freestyle Aerials, Ski Cross, Snowboard Cross, Big Air and Skiflying competitions, a rescue helicopter or medically equivalent evacuation method must be available on a basis consistent with local law. The chosen method of evacuation must be capable of immediate patient off-hill evacuation.


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