The International Knowledgebase for Best Practices in Mountain Safety developed by Subject Matter Experts Worldwide.
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The association MountainSafety.info includes the associative members International Federation of Mountain Guide Associations (IFMGA) and the scientific member SLF/WSL Swiss Institute for Snow and Avalanche Research.
The NATO Center of Excellence of Mountain Warfare is an institutional affiliate.
The International Climbing and Mountaineering Federation (UIAA) is in collaboration with MountainSafety.info.
The project has been initiated by Manuel Genswein and has evolved together with the "Best Practice in Avalanche Rescue" pioneer workgroup.
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MountainSafety.info levert gespecialiseerde provides content voor:
Opleiders in bergsport en lawinekunde, ski-, snowboard- en berggidsen, pistediensten, bergredding, militaire alpine programma's en Alpenclubs.
  • Jaarlijkse reviews en updates
  • Preventie and Redding
  • Sneeuw, Rots, Ice, Gletsjer, Navigatie, Eerste Hulp gerelateerde content, etc.
  • Alle 'Best Practices' uit de dagelijkse praktijk en instructie
  • Stel met behulp van  “puzzle stukken” instructies samen voor beginner tot en met experts
  • Open platform waar voorstellen en feedback van gebruikers uit ale gebruikersgroepen welkom zijn
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  • Access to the data is based on a yearly subscription model and on a volume based license model, depending on type of use of the data.
  • Fair pricing is ensured by including the number of users in an organization as well as the GDP of the respective country.
  • Fees are used for author's compensation, workgroup expenses, operational costs of MS.i and in particular for future development of its content.
  • Users can freely choose based on their requirements which content of the MS.i knowledgebase they want to use.


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