This site is designed so that
it's easy for you to find what you want quickly and easily. It doesn't contain many pictures or graphics to ensure that
pages download rapidly.
Take just a minute to get the most
out of this site by finding out what you can expect to find in each section.
Home is the homepage and is the entrance to this site. It will always carry
a link to the latest equestrian safety news headlines. I'll be updating regularly
so this is the place to look for up to date news.
News will keep you updated with the latest equestrian safety news and the latest additions to this site.
The News archive containing previous news items is available
through a link at the bottom of the News page.
Risk Assessment is the fundamental philosophy on which this site is built. Let this
section demystify what we all do automatically each day and help you to think risk assessment on your feet to help you be
safer in all your equestrian activities.
For Everyone is the area that will provide general information and advice for all equestrians. Here, amongst others, you'll find topics such as protective clothing for horse and rider. "Informative" is the key word in this section. The aim is to provide you with the best information
to enable you to make informed choices and decisions.
For Businesses is where equestrian businesses can find information and tools to enable them to stay safe and comply with UK law.
Strategy is where you can find out about the first ever strategy for the horse industry in England
and Wales, launched on the 6th December 2005, which sets out a vision of where the industry
aspires to be within ten years, how the different parts of the industry fit into this picture, and how the Government can
help it in following this path.
For Waxed Jackets what on earth? you may ask. Other sites might call it "anoraks" corner. It's the area where you'll find more in-depth information often supporting the headlines
in the news section. Useful for those who have a professional interest in equestrian
safety or those who simply want to learn more.
Forum is where you can ask a question or comment.
Search is where you can search the whole site by word or topic.