Denti, Mario and Pisanu, Mario and Usai, Ernesto and Checchi, Antonio and Casazza, Serenella (2010) Safety characteristics of bridleways. In: Work safety and risk prevention in agro-food and forest systems: International conference, September 16-18, 2010, Ragusa, Italy. Ragusa, ElleDue. p. 56-61. ISBN 978-88-903151-6-9. Conference or Workshop Item.
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Bridleways can technically be defined as routes practicable for horses, generally on excavated paths, through interesting places under a landscape, cultural and gastronomic profile. Unfortunately however, many of these pathways don't hold in due account safety characteristics for the safeguard of the binomial horse-rider. The purpose of this job instead is to individuate the possible dangers which the binomial horse-rider can go toward and to define all those actions that can eliminate or reduce the possible risks without penalizing the technical and functional characteristics of the pathway.
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