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News, information and updates from AALA and the wider world.

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7 months ago
Announcement - dicussion document now live
Details on how to access the discussion document
7 months ago
Update on the review of AALA - December 2017
Latest news following the HSE Board meeting on 6 December
8 months ago
Web link for recording of webinar 30 November 2017
On 30 November 2017 HSE held a webinar to provide an update on the progress of the review of the Adventure Activities Licensing Authority. This document contains instructions on how to replay the webinar.
6 months ago
Adventure Activities Licensing Authority webinar link
A webinar was held on 19 June 2017 to provide the results of the survey conducted in phase 1 of the consultation. This document provides details of how to listen to a recording of the presentation.
1 year ago
The AALA review - Frequently Asked Questions
Answers to common questions including information on how to access the AALA survey results.
1 year ago
AALA review - update 12 June 2017
Update on the review of AALA
1 year ago
AALA Consultation - Update 13 March 2017
Update on the progress of the 2017 AALA consultation
1 year ago
1 year ago
1 year ago
Update on the future of the AALA - January 2016
Updated information - January 2016
4 months ago
Update on proposal to abolish the AALA - May 2014
Update on position May 2014, remains current
3 years ago
Adventure Activities Licensing in Scotland
The Scottish Government has asked the Scottish Adventure Activities Forum to undertake a review to further inform their decision-making relating to Adventure Activity Licensing in Scotland. SAAF want as many activity providers and other interested parties as possible to respond to the consultation. You can read more about this work and access the on line survey by following the web link.
3 years ago
Revised Workplace ACoP
HSE has published new help for employers on how to protect the health, safety and welfare of their workers. The Workplace Regulations Approved Code of Practice (ACOP) (L24)[1] has been reviewed and updated to make it easier for employers, building owners, landlords and managing agents to understand and meet their legal obligations and so reduce the risks of over compliance.
4 years ago
4 years ago