- Certain outdoor events, activities and programmes organised and managed by Call of the Wild Ltd can be of a dangerous and adventurous in nature and do require an average level of fitness and good health.
- Call of the Wild will accept liability for the negligence of its staff or employees causing your injury or death only to the extent that it is obliged under English Law.
- Call of the Wild shall not (subject to any statutory requirement to the contrary) be liable for any injury, death, loss or damage caused by other participants, nor will it be liable for any uninsured losses of your property, nor for any illness, injury or death sustained during any event, activity or programme.
- All medical conditions and problems which may affect your ability to participate in the event, activity or programme organised must be disclosed to the designated staff member immediately upon arrival and in any event prior to the commencement of any participation. Call of the Wild Limited shall not be liable for any injury, death, loss or damage brought about by such non-disclosure. Under GDPR Regulations this is a vital interest relevant for the potential provision of emergency medical care.
- Call of the Wild have comprehensive insurance up to £10,000,000. Call of the Wild cannot be held responsible for any loss which you may suffer as a result of its insurers failing to indemnify any risk through you providing incorrect information or failing to disclose any relevant information.
Examples of some of the health problems or conditions that you should inform us about (e.g. Diabetes, Asthma, Epilepsy, Rare blood Group, Heart Conditions, Haemophilia, etc.)
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