Health & Safety

Skyline: Important Health & Safety Regulations

In order to ensure your comfort on the tour please read the important health and safety information below. This information will allow you gauge your ability to participate in a tour. All participants undertake the tour at their own risk.

To take an Etihad Skyline tour, you must:

  • Complete a declaration form in the presence of your guide
  • Have a reasonable fitness level
  • Inform your Etihad Skyline Guide of any current medical conditions which may impact on your ability to participate in the tour.
  • Be satisfied by your ability to participate in a Etihad Skyline tour.

You cannot take part in the Etihad Skyline tour if you:

  • Are under the influence of drugs or alcohol
  • Are under 1.2 metres in height
  • Have undergone surgery in the past 6 months
  • Have any broken bones
  • Are over 24 weeks pregnant

Because Etihad Skyline operates at height and includes climbing, walking on a narrow walkway and exposure to all types of weather, it is important to note that the following may impact on your ability to participate:

  • Heart conditions / angina
  • Pregnancy*
  • Vertigo / dizziness / fear of heights / loss of balance
  • Respiratory conditions
  • Visual impairment
  • Depression
  • Epilepsy
  • Back, joint or limb injuries
  • Severe or uncontrolled asthma
  • Having suffered a seizure or fit in the past six months

*Pregnant participants less than 24 weeks must seek medical advice in advance of their visit and must produce a doctor’s certificate in order to take part in the tour. Those who are over 24 weeks pregnant are not permitted to take part on a tour.

The health and safety of our visitors is of gravest concern. Croke Park retains the right to refuse admission, even if you have made an advance booking.

Note: If you have questions or any concerns in relation to the above information, please seek professional medical advice in advance of travelling to Croke Park.