ISO 21101:2014 Preview

Adventure tourism -- Safety management systems -- Requirements

ISO 21101:2014 outlines the requirements of a safety management system for adventure tourism activity providers.

A provider can use ISO 21101:2014 for the following:

  • to enhance safety performance;
  • to meet expectations for participant and staff safety;
  • to demonstrate safe practice;
  • to support compliance with applicable legal requirements.

ISO 21101:2014 can be used by all types and sizes of providers, operating in different geographic, cultural and social environments.

General information

  • Current status : Published
    Publication date : 2014-04
  • Edition : 1
    Number of pages : 22
  • :
    ISO/TC 228
    Tourism and related services
  • 03.200.10
    Adventure tourism
    Services for consumers

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Cover page: ISO 21101 - Adventure tourism - Safety management systems - A practical guide for SMEs
ISO 21101 - Adventure tourism - Safety management systems - A practical guide for SMEs
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