Ice Skating is a sport, and like all sports, carries a degree of risk for the participants. Ice is a slippery surface, and slips and falls do occur. At our rinks, we ensure that there is a professional medical team on hand to deal with all incidents/accidents that occur on the ice. In the first instance our Ice Marshals shall assess the situation, and, if required, summon medical assistance to the ice. A separate medical room/marquee is located on-site, here you will be assessed and treated by the medical provider. The sport of skating is something that you freely engage in, and undertake entirely at your own risk. The skater acknowledges that ice is a very slippery surface and, depending upon individual skill and experience level, Ice Skating may involve falls upon the ice, collisions with other skaters, objects, or structures, and therefore be considered a hazardous activity, which the skater has elected to voluntarily participate, with full knowledge, acceptance, and assumption of any and all risks of serious personal injury, death or property damage. Management will not be responsible, however, incurred, for all injury, accidents, and loss, incurred by the skater.