Please let us know about any medical information that is relevant to the session. This includes allergies, illnesses, injuries & learning difficulties. You must also inform the Instructor of any relevant medical information at the start of every session.
BMC Participation Statement *
The BMC recognises that climbing and mountaineering are activities with a danger of personal injury or death. Participants in these activities should be aware of and accept these risks and be responsible for their own actions.
Acknowledgement of Risk *
Indoor climbing is a physical and demanding sport, which has inherent hazards associated with it. The Foundry Climbing Centre & Foundry Climbing Coaching Limited (and/or associated and/or subsidiary companies) takes all necessary precautions to try and ensure the safety of all participants.
Accidents can happen without any contributory negligence from the centre or its staff. The Foundry Climbing Centre & Foundry Climbing Coaching Limited (and/or associated and/or subsidiary companies) can accept no responsibility for loss or damage to personal property or for personal injury not arising as a result of its own act or default
Each participant should familiarise themselves with the hazards and try to minimise them as much as possible by complying with the risk management guidelines of The Foundry Climbing Centre and Foundry Climbing Coaching Ltd (and/or associated and/or subsidiary companies'). It is understood that individuals participate at their own risk.
Individuals will be asked to provide explicit consent that they or anyone under their care can participate in the activities. At any stage participants can ask to see our Risk Assessment, ask a member of staff about the risks of the activity or email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com for more information.
The Foundry Conditions of Use *
A link to the Conditions of Use can be found below this form.
Bouldering & Traversing *
Information about Traversing can be found below this form.
N.B. Team Foundry members may boulder & traverse unsupervised if they are judged to have appropriate competence.