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BePraSA

Best Practices in Prevention of Skiing Accidents in Europe: The New Challenge

Turin Charter

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Consensus Conference

The Turin Charter on Skiing Safety was prepared by a panel of international experts that gathered at a Consensus Conference in Turin on February 5th 2006, in the context of the Olympic Winter Games, under the patronage and coordination of the Torino Organising Committee.

Aim

The aim of the Charter is to lay the foundations for articulating a common universal vision and implementing global norms and standards for safety aspects for skiing activities in order to reduce the burden of injuries and promote sport activities and their related benefits, and to create incentives for effective injury prevention.

It is not intended to lay down new rights with legal value. EuroSafe, in coordination with EC co-financed Project BePraSA, was appointed to follow the implementation and world-wide diffusion of the Charter.

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Download the Turin Charter in english, french, german, italian or slovenian language (Adobe PDF format).

Endorsement

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Photogallery

View the photo exibition promoted by BePraSA and bought by the Olympic Committee at the Consensus Conference (Turin, 5 february 2006)

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