These FIA Rally Safety Guidelines are the culmination of an intensive period of detailed analysis and consultation regarding the safe running of rally events around the world.
They capture the latest best practice from the FIA World Rally Championship, in a format that is relevant to FIA Regional and National level rallying. They outline expertise and guidance on all aspects of organising an event, including:
- The role and responsibilities of officials
- The use of safety cars and the safety plan
- Areas of risk for spectators
- Special Stage set-up
- Communication with marshals and fans
- Handling incidents of varying severity from an organisational and medical perspective
The FIA Rally Safety Guidelines are available on the FIA website, and we encourage our Clubs, rally organisers, officials and volunteers to digest these Guidelines and consider them a valuable resource to assist you with the staging of rally events.
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