If a rider feels they are being placed in danger or something is unsafe, then they should stop riding and are to report the matter to the organizer immediately.
A competition and/or riders may be removed from the ISF championship or have action taken against them for compromising safety.
- Riders must wear a fastened helmet (certified), appropriate shoes, clothing and have an undamaged scooter. The ISF has a strict “No helmet NO riding” policy.
- An appropriate first aider / medical staff must be onsite at all times.
- All accidents are recorded and reported to the ISF or national association.
- A rider is responsible for their health and can only ride if they are fit and well. Any rider that is coming back from a known injury may be asked by the organizer to produce a doctor’s note proving they are medically fit to compete.
- All riders must be aware and understand the skatepark rules and safety measures.
- The organizer must do a risk assessment or ensure the skatepark has one.
- It’s the competition organizers responsibility to have initiatives for continuous safety improvements, adding additional measures where appropriate and ensuring safety is never compromised.
- The competition organizer will conform to the safety standards of the skatepark or venue, and that of any national law.
- If a rider feels they are being placed in danger then they should not ride and are to report the matter to the organizer. The ISF is not a competition organizer and therefore it’s the competition organizers responsibility to be reactive to any concerns towards a rider’s safety.
- Riders are never to ride beyond their limitation. If an organizer or an ISF official feels a rider is not pro level they should be removed from the competition.
- Riders are to abide the ISF rules and ride on good condition, non-faulty stunt scooter.
- Riders are to complete a competition waiver release form stating they understand the rules, code of conduct and dangers of competing.
- A competition organizer will not tolerate abusive, aggressive or inappropriate behaviour from anyone.