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Safety standards in the Chinese Equestrian Industry : The gap between the industries safety standards of the West vs. China

Vörgers, M.M.A. (2016) Safety standards in the Chinese Equestrian Industry : The gap between the industries safety standards of the West vs. China.

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Abstract:This research has been carried out by means of desk and field research in china to analyze where the Chinese equestrian industry currently stands on safety issues, what the gap is between China and the West on equestrian safety standards, and what could be done to improve the safety standards in China. The research question for this research is How to improve safety in the Chinese equestrian industry? This research report is a report that explains the current situation and provides ideas based on desk and field research in China on how to address and improve the current safety situation in the Chinese equestrian industry. The outcomes found that the most important aspect would be for the Chinese Equestrian Association (CEA) to step forward and initialize an official Chinese safety and training program preferably accompanied by a certification program for all equestrian interested and involved in the industry. Furthermore, this research provides an initial guide list of how to start the creation of a safety program for the Chinese equestrian industry, for any official body in China. Besides the CEA all professionals in this industry could educate other equestrians by the hand of their experience and scientific literature to ensure further safety within the industry.
Item Type:Essay (Bachelor)
Faculty:BMS: Behavioural, Management and Social Sciences
Subject:48 agricultural science
Programme:International Business Administration BSc (50952)
Link to this item:http://purl.utwente.nl/essays/71347
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