AOA Fliers and Risk Ownership

The revised 2018DIN07-103 (available on this site) published during the late Summer directed a change to the Insurance and data protection statement at the bottom of AOA event fliers. This now requires further change to with regard to risk ownership.

With immediate effect, Event Organisers are to ensure that the following text is incorporated into relevant section of all event fliers, replacing existing text.

This event is conducted iaw British Orienteering Rules 2018 (v3.7) and land booked iaw the AOA DIO Licence and JSP907. 

For civilians participating in Army orienteering, Public Liability Insurance is provided by Towergate; individuals are advised to have their own private accident insurance. Orienteering in the Army is classed as individual military training. Competitors are responsible for their own personal safety and assessing their own abilities to complete the course.

The personal data you give at Registration will be used by the event organisers and their agents for the sole purpose of processing/publishing entries/results, conducting safety checks and as required by our insurers to validate our cover; and, managed iaw the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

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