The day-to-day operations of the Adventure Activities Licensing Authority are carried out by the Adventure Activities Licensing Service (AALS) on behalf of the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), which is designated as the Adventure Activities Licensing Authority (AALA). For most routine enquiries, you will want to contact the Licensing Service.
AALS will be happy to receive your comments and questions but before you contact them, have you checked that the information you require isn't already on this site or the AALA web community?
Queries from providers
Queries from activity providers about whether they need a licence, about the licensing process or applications under consideration, initial representations about license decisions and technical enquiries should be made direct to the licensing service (details below).
Adventure Activities Licensing Service
44 Lambourne Crescent
029 2075 5715
Queries or complaints about individual licence holders should be made direct to the Licensing Service (details above). They will investigate complaints. If the matter is beyond their remit or ability to investigate, they will pass it on to the appropriate enforcing authority and will let you know that they have done so.
Complaints about the Adventure Activities Licensing Service should be made direct to the Authority at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are not satisfied with your initial representation to the Licensing Service about their decision, you may appeal to the AALA. If the Licensing Service rejects your representation, they will tell you how to appeal to the Adventure Activities Licensing Authority.
These would include:
- the future of AALA;
- possible changes to licensing;
- policy on licensing;
- health and safety regarding non-licensable activities;
should be made to the AALA direct at email@example.com