The Adventure Activities Licensing Authority Management Board

The Adventure Activities Licensing Authority's role is to have oversight and responsibility for the efficient delivery of the licensing regime.  It sets the strategic direction for the regime, publishes guidance and monitors the delivery of the inspection service, which is operated by Adventure Risk Management Services.

The AALA Management Board has members drawn from HSE and from LG Regulation (formerly LACORS) representing local authorities.

There are two independent members whose role is to:

There are observers from the Department for Education, Scottish Government and the Welsh Assembly Government.

The AALA is supported by a small team from HSE. The team takes an active role in dealing with the sector and key stakeholders. Its role includes:

 
Updated: 2020-08-27