Parental Consent for Climbing Activities
Parental Consent for Climbing Activities at Climbing the walls for Action Walls, Tall Walls and Bouldering
The following information will be used to complete a document that you will then read and sign. Please complete the following form to create this document for each child. If the parent or legal guardian also wishes to participate you MUST complete the relevant registration for for your climbing activity.
We know this may take a little bit of time initially but you only need to do this ONCE per child should you want to use the centre again
Please include below details of any medicines being taken, any allergies e.g. penicillin, plasters etc or any special dietary or other treatments necessary.
Declaration of Fitness
I certify that to the best of my knowledge, the above named child does not suffer from a medical condition which might have the effect of making it more likely that I be involved in an accident which could result in injury to myself or others
Declaration of Fact
I also confirm that the above information is correct and if any information changes I will notify the centre
Action Walls InformationThe Auto Belay system has a maximum and minimum designed weight limit. Even if you are within the weight limit, your body shape may make participating more of a risk to you. In this case, the decision of participation will be at the instructors discretion.
ACTION WALLS WEIGHT LIMITSMINIMUM Weight limit: 20kg
MAXIMUM Weight limit: 150kg
The BMC recognises that climbing, hill walking and mountaineering are activities with a danger of personal injury or death. Participants in these activities should be aware of and accept these risks and be responsible for their own actions and involvement.
To comply with GDPR we are required to obtain your consent to collect and store your personal data. Climbing The Walls Ltd. is the Data Controller. We require your data to ensure that you comply with the conditions of use of the Centre. We will store your data securely and will not disclose it to any third party. At any time, you can request a copy of your data free of charge. GDPR makes provision for you to request to have your data removed and erased. This is known as the 'Right to erasure/ right to be forgotten'. When data is held for the establishment, exercise or defense of legal claims we have the right to refuse to erase the data. For this reason, our insurers insist that we continue to hold your data for 3 years from the date of your most recent visit.
In the case of Under 18 years olds, this is extended to 3 years beyond their 18th birthday. If you make a written request for erasure of your data, this request will be logged and the data will be erased after the period stated above.
In order to be allowed to use the facilities and services provided by Climbing The Walls you are required to consent to our Privacy and GDPR Policy.