In depth Talk 1 (Covent Garden) 10th November 2021
Book your ticket to see the In depth Talk at Ellis Brigham in Covent Garden on 10th November 2021 at 20.00.
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Come to see Henry present The Essentials Talk at Ellis Brigham in Covent Garden on 10th November 2021 from 20.00 to 21.45. The talk lasts 90 minutes with a short time for questions.
The Essentials Talk helps you answer the critical question “Is it safe out there?” We explain that there is no simple yes or no answer. The right answer is it depends on you. It depends on
Where you go and when,
How you go down or up and
How well prepared you are.
The hour and a half ‘Essentials’ talk explains how to HAT checklist works and how you can use this to make going off piste just as safe as driving to the resort.
The talk is full of exciting images, videos and stories of accidents, great skiing along with close calls with danger. The HAT checklist is a risk management formula that will help you to see how skiing off-piste can be no more dangerous than the activities that you engage in each day.
Date: November 10, 2021
Start time: 20:00 GMT
End time: 21:45 GMT
Venue: Ellis Brigham
Coordinates: 51.511184, -0.122128
Directions: The Ellis Brigham Store at 10-12 Southampton St, Covent Garden, London, WC2E 7HA
Come to see The In depth Talk at Ellis Brigham in Covent Garden. The talk lasts 90 minutes with a short time for questions.
Our in-depth talks build on the Essentials talk and go in depth into four subjects.
- How avalanches are triggered
- Where you go and when
- How you go down or up
- The Human Factor
How avalanches are triggered
We discuss the latest thinking and theory on how and why avalanches are triggered. This talk uses graphics and video to show you how avalanches can be triggered by one person weighing just 60Kg. Understanding why this happens will help you reduce your risk of being caught.
The Human Factor
We discuss the latest lessons from recent research on the Human Factor and how it applies to decision making and risk taking in the backcountry and off-piste skiing. Why it is that people who should know better, still get caught out in avalanches?