General risks and
hazards that may be encountered are documented here, however we
live in a dynamic environment, consequently
you need to be alert to hazards at all times.
time to read and understand them and if you have any
questions please ask a run leader.
It is also
advisable to check for updates and amendments to
this page frequently.
All attending the
club runs will be expected to wear suitable
footwear and clothing.
For their own safety individuals
should endeavour to be visible to other road
users by wearing some form of Hi-Viz device,
an armband with LEDs or a Hi-Viz tabard or bright
roads; you should always endeavour to use:-
light controlled crossings
where there is a central reservation
- avoid blind
possible always use the pavement and face the
aware of surface conditions, pavement edges,
potholes, tree roots.
out for overhanging branches from hedges, bushes
alert to obstructions on or along footpaths, these
could be lampposts, railings, cones, signs, phone
poles, bus shelters. They don't move out of your
way and they hurt YOU if you collide with them.
take care in the vicinity of small children and
dogs ( on or off a lead ) as they can be
unpredictable, become a trip hazard, or even
bite if startled.
Brough Runners May