Risk Perception and Safety Practices; the Implications for Safety Initiatives and Incident Prevention in an Outdoor Adventure Activity

Colin Powell
Participation in outdoor adventure activities can result in injuries, medical conditions and fatalities. Whilst risk is present in outdoor adventure, the literature indicates that engagement with risk is often desired and results in valued outcomes. The way in which risk is perceived and responded to has been described as being linked to a range of socio-psychological variables. These variables may act as a filter to messages that are designed to promote safety and reduce incidents....
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