2009 – FEI Eventing Risk Management Seminar – Hartpury

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FEI Eventing National Safety Officers Seminar, Hartpury (GBR), 23 – 24 January 2009

Minutes of the 2009 Seminar – 2009 Eventing Risk Management Seminar for NSOs Minutes – Hartpury


  • Medical Aspects of Safety – Presentation by Dr Craig Ferrell, Chairman FEI Medical Committee (27.02.2009)
  • Veterinary Presentation – by Prof. Catherine Kohn, Member of Eventing Safety Sub Committee (27.02.2009)
  • Video Presentation “Eventing training to fall” – by Laurent Bousquet Member of Eventing Safety Sub Committee

IMPORTANT NOTICE:  The concept of this training to fall has been created by Mr Bertrand TRIGUER, e-mail: bertrand.triguer@orange.fr. Please contact him directly if you have any interest in this concept or the “learning to fall” training programme which is associated to it.


  • AUT NF – Body Protector, Dr Peter Panzenböck, NSO (27.02.2009)
  • GER NF – Main Safety Actions in Eventing, Mr Friedrich Otto-Erley, NSO (27.02.2009)
  • GBR NF – 2007-2008 GBR Statistics, Mr Jonathan Clissold, NSO (27.02.2009)
  • GBR NF – Researching into deformable structures (supported by Goodyear) – Mr Martin Herbert and Mr Tim Deans, Bristol University (27.09.2009)
  • NED NF – Safety Presentation, Mr Teun Platenkamp, NSO (27.02.2009)
  • SUI NF – 2008 Statistics, Mr Hans Klemm, NSO (27.02.2009)
  • SWE NF – Recommendations integrated into National rules for 2008, Mrs Christina Klingspor and Mr Christian Persson, NSO (27.02.2009)

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