Get prepared before you go with exercise to strengthen muscles and prevent injury.
Wear a helmet! Most people do nowadays and mandatory for Children in many countries and also for some Insurers. Helmets can reduce a risk of head injury by 35-
Put emergency numbers and your Holiday Rep's number in your mobile phone.
Wear something distinctive so you can identify those in your ski group.
Agree a 'meeting point' with others in your party in case you get split up.
Layer your clothing and make sure you are adequately dressed.
If you wear sunglasses also carry goggles for poor weather.
Fasten your boots securely and make sure that your ski bindings are adjusted properly for your weight.
Look up the slope before setting off.
The person in front has priority, make sure that you leave enough space.
Leave plenty of space when overtaking a slower Skier or Snowboarder.
If you stop, stop at the edge of the piste and beware of others near you before a sudden stop.
Obey all signs and markings.
Take a break if you are getting tired.
Don't do 'one last run' if you are getting tired or the weather is turning.
Carry a Piste Map and make sure you plan your way back allowing enough time before the lifts close.
Don't Ski beyond your ability -