I’m going to take my kids to experience skiing next week, what are the safety facilities in a normal ski resort, how often they are replaced and whether they can protect me and my kids
Reply from Brenda J.
Ski resorts generally have some safety facilities to ensure the safety of skiers. The main safety facilities are as follows.
Ambulance personnel: If there is an accident or someone is injured, the rescue team is the first to run to the scene to rescue
Safety rails: These rails prevent skiers from sliding off the piste and are usually found on steeper slopes.
Ambulance stations: Most ski resorts will have ambulance stations in case of emergency.
Ambulances: Ambulances are always ready to go to the scene to rescue injured skiers.
Lifelines: Lifelines make it easy for ambulance personnel to get to the scene quickly to resuscitate injured skiers.
The frequency of replacement of these safety features varies from ski resort to ski resort, but they are usually inspected annually and replaced every 3-5 years. However, ski resorts still need skiers to keep themselves safe by using safety equipment, following safety rules, etc.
Generally speaking, ski resorts generally pay more attention to safety issues, the frequency of replacement is moderate, but still need skiers themselves to wear good ski equipment and actively cooperate to ensure safety.