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Mountain Professions (Mountain Leaders And Ski Instructors) And Tour Guides

MOUNTAIN PROFESSIONS (mountain leaders and ski instructors)

▪    Before beginning activities participants on technical professional access exams may have their body temperatures measured.

▪    Suitable information on prevention measures which can also be understood by non-Italian speakers must be shown.

▪    Small groups should be the norm.

▪    Hand washing and disinfecting must be frequent.

▪    Food and drink must not be shared.

▪    Activity programmes must be as planned as possible, i.e. via booking with attendance lists kept for 14 days.

▪    Clothing and equipment must not be exchanged (e.g. harnesses, helmets, ice axes, goggles, glasses, skis, poles).

▪    Safety equipment must not be shared (radios, avalanche equipment, wax).

▪    Liquid magnesite in alcohol solution is to be used in climbing.

▪    Equipment must be disinfected in accordance with maker guidelines.

▪    Interpersonal distances of at least two metres must be respected and groups must be avoided.


TOUR GUIDES

▪    Guides and participants must wear masks.

▪    Hand washing must be frequent.

▪    Distancing and group formation rules must be obeyed.

▪    Adequate information on all prevention measures adopted must be displayed.

▪    Activity programmes must be as planned as possible, i.e. via booking with attendance lists kept for 14 days.

▪    Small groups should be the norm.

▪    Audio guides and IT supports can be used only if they are suitably disinfected after each use.

▪    Use of personal devices for information purposes should be encouraged.

▪    Leaflets and other paper supports must be sent to participants online prior to the tour.