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The FIS 10 Basic Rules PDF Print E-mail

The so-called „FIS 10 are the statutory rules in the countries of the alpine. It is our interest and duty to keep these rules and regulations on the slopes.


  • 1. Respect of others - All skiers must act in a way whereby he or she does not endanger or prejudice others. This continues to hold even in international competitions and the FIS states that "The integrity of the human being stands over and above all sports results".
  • 2. Control of Speed and Skiing - A skier must adapt his speed and way of skiing to his personal ability and to the prevailing conditions of snow, terrain and weather. In addition, you should consider who else may be on the run and how fast they may be traveling.
  • 3. Control of Direction - A skier coming from above, whose dominant position allows him a choice of pathway must take the direction which assures the safety of skiers below. There is no fixed idea of passing on the left or right, every skier must make the decision for themselves how to handle each situation as they encounter it.
  • 4. Overtaking - It is permitted to overtake a skier on either side, providing you leave sufficient room for them to make or complete their turns.
  • 5. Crossing the Piste - A skier wishing to enter and cross a ski run must ensure that they can do so without endangering himself or others. The same applies when starting after a stop on a ski run.
  • 6. Stopping - Avoid stopping on the run unless it is absolutely necessary. Never stop in constricted areas or places with poor visibility. In case of a fall, move to the side as soon as possible.
  • 7. Climbing - A climbing skier or pedestrian must keep to the edge of the slope.
  • 8. Respect for signals - Skiers must obey the signs. You should respect all signs, particularly those stating a run is closed or hazard warnings. You should also obey the instructions of the staff of the company running the slope.
  • 9. Conduct at Accidents - At an accident, it is everyone's duty to assist. In some countries, it is an offence to ignore an accident on a mountain in the same way as it would be on the road.
  • 10. Identification. Witnesses must establish their identity if a report of the accident is required. This may be difficult if you do not speak the native language, but you should be aware that you may be bound by European law to make yourself known to the authorities.

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