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Since its inception, FIPS members have gathered approximately every two year for a Congress at a ski resort in one of the member countries. These congresses provide an opportunity for ski patrollers from around the globe to learn from each other, grow together and benefit from each others experiences.

Congresses have been held in Canada, USA, Chile, Japan, South Korea, Australia, Sweden, Scotland and France.

At the congresses there are formal presentations, workshops, demonstrations and discussion groups that have targeted specific areas of patrolling. Some of the topics covered have included skier safety, training and education, medical aspects, innovations, statistics, injury types, disabled skiers, avalanche, evacuation techniques, administration of drugs, cross-country and downhill patrolling, snow board injuries, legal aspects, search and rescue, extended care, avalanche, updates from the various countries, etc. The FIPS Board of Directors also meets during each congress.

Next World Congress

Next Congress

Bariloche, Argentina – 7 to 14 September 2019

Details & Registration

Dates des Congrès et lieux

Congrés

Date

Pays

Lieu

Organisateur

1

1979

Canada Calgary

FIPS

2

1980

U.S.A Jay Peak

FIPS

3

1981

Australia Thredbo

ASPA

4

1983

France Méribel

ANPS

5

1985

Japan Kurumayama

SAJ

6

1987

Chile El-Colorado-Farellones

PSC

7

1989

Sweden Riksgränsen

SLAO

8

1991

Australia Thredbo

ASPA

9

1993

Canada Nakiska

CSP

10

1995

France Les Arcs

FIPS

11

1997

Korea Yong Pyong

SPK

12

1999

Scotland Cairngorm

BASP

13

2001

France Les Arcs

FIPS

14

2003

Australia Mt. Buller

ASPA

15

2005

France Tignes

FIPS

16

2007

USA, Utah Snowbird

RMD

17

2009

Sweden Åre

SLAO

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2011

Japan Cancelled

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18

2012

France Chatel

FIPS

19

2014
March 29th – April 5th

Canada Big White
Ski Resort

CSP

20

2016
April 2nd – April 9th

Italy Ponte di Legno – Passo Tonale

FISPS

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