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Ski Safety Blog

Engaging training creates more efficient learning
November 28, 2019

Welcome to Medic52’s Ski Safety Blog, where we share insights, tools and training tips to help patrols maximize training efforts and…

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5 ways volunteer patrollers keep relevant in the ski business
November 9, 2019

In an increasingly commercial environment, the ski business is starting to be a long way from the humble family driven, volunteer…

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Incident Reports Go Digital – Toggenburg’s Experience with Medic52
April 14, 2017

Analytics, Accuracy, and Accountability drove Toggenburg Ski Patrol to adopt electronic incident reporting system. Medic52 featured in Trail Sweep, the Official…

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2017 World Ski Patroller Survey now open
April 5, 2017

The 2017 World Ski Patroller Survey is now open. Ski patrollers who submit their experiences are assisting with the World’s largest…

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World Ski Patroller Survey 2016 report available now
February 3, 2017

The 2016 Work Ski Patroller Survey report is available for download – 33 pages of information about Ski Patrollers in 18…

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Ski Apache love Team by Medic52
January 25, 2017

We love helping our customers, it’s why we exist, and it’s so cool to get a confirmation of our work: “At Ski…

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Speed of access with iPad fast user switching
October 5, 2016

This video is a quick run-through of a little feature we’ve put in place on the iPad application to help patrollers be able to…

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World Ski Patroller Survey 2016 Closed
June 4, 2016

The World Ski Patroller Survey is now closed gathering over 2,500 responses. In it’s first year we gathered responses from over…

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Flaik – Safety & Peace of Mind for Ski School
October 30, 2015

Watch our webinar with Flaik where we talk about positive impact of safety, and how ski schools have a pivotal role in the ski industry future.

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3 Ski Patrol Avalanche Dog Videos
October 12, 2015

Here are three great videos of Avalanche dogs in all their cuteness, and awesomeness, with their handlers to get your warmed up for the snow.

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