Type: Media
Date Posted: Sep 13, 2020
This year's virtual Wilderness Risk Management Conference provides an opportunity to network and learn from experts and peers across the outdoor industry.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Jul 26, 2020
Three women in competitive mountain biking examine their relationships with falling, both on and off the course.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Jul 12, 2020
The Petzl Foundation is sponsoring scientific research to decrease risks on the normal route to Mont-Blanc. The Mont-Blanc rising to 4,809 meters is the highest peak in the Alps. It is also one of the deadliest summits in the world.
Type: Media
Date Posted: May 31, 2020
The focus of this webinar is examining the challenges of making risk management decisions about when to return to programming due to COVID-19.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Apr 27, 2020
The traditional Safety I approach to risk management focuses on what is going wrong and takes a ‘control mistakes’ approach. Safety II focuses on what is going right and works to ensure that those factors which create success are present in all programming.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Apr 26, 2020
Covid-19’s quick, pervasive and continuing impact has fundamentally affected current outdoor, adventure and experiential programming, and importantly, how that programming will operate into the future.  Cathy and Steve will provide insight into the risk management, legal and practi
Type: Blog
Date Posted: Apr 26, 2020
On April 24 I offered a Webinar on COVID-19 and Risk Management in collaboration with the Association for Experiential Education as part of their ongoing COVID-19 Webinar series.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Apr 12, 2020
This webinar covers topics such as the prevalence of mental health issues, normalized increase in mental health vulnerability during times of chronic stress/crisis, red flags to notice in yourself and others (especially focused on anxiety, depression, substance abuse and suicide), the role of tra
Type: Media
Date Posted: Feb 09, 2020
As an AIARE level 3 certified guide, BD Ambassador Mike Barney spends nine months a year skiing and guiding in the mountains. But even Barney still gets antsy when the powder flies. “Patience is something that I have to practice and work on,” he says.