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ten rules of conduct for skiers and snowboarders

The FIS (International Ski Federation) has established ten rules of conduct for skiers and snowboarders. They are:

1 Respect- Do not endanger others
2 Control- Adapt the manner and speed of your skiing to your ability and to the general conditions on the mountain
3 Choice of Route- The skier or boarder in front has priority. Give them space.
4 Overtaking- Leave plenty of space when overtaking slower skiers or boarders.
5 Entering and Starting- Look up and down the mountain each time before starting or entering a marked run
6 Stopping- Only stop at the edge of a piste or where you can be easily seen. Try not to stop in the middle of a piste or you may be skied into!
7 Climbing- When climbing up and down, always stay to the side of the slope
8 Signs- Obey all signs and markings- they are for your safety
9 Assistance- In case of accidents, provide help and alert the rescue services
10 Identification- Carry identification about who you are with you at all times. All those involved in an accident, including witness should exchange names and addresses. 

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