Some explanation on the naming of documents across our online library on this website
To make searches in our document library on our website easier, the following name giving convention is applied:
Date (year, month, day) = always represents the current valid from date (either creation/approval or last modification), what you see is what's valid now.
Time (hhmm) = optional insert after date, if several documents of the same day.
XYZ = originating organizational body (3-letter abbreviation), more than one if applicable.
Title = keywords in plain text.
Example: 20071027-MED Diploma in Mountain Medicine
If a document is available in other languages than English, you will find the choices when accessing the document with a click (otherwise the English version will automatically appear).
Formerly used logos and abbreviations might still appear within older documents (after opening them up). Here's the conversion table to the new structure:
L now AVA, Avalanche Rescue Commission
B now TER, Terrestrial Rescue Commission
A now AIR, Air Rescue Commission
M now MED, Alpine Medicine Commission
V now BOA, Executive Board
Sub-Commission Dog-Handlers = DOG
Work Group Prevention = PRE
By using the full text search function (lens symbol), you can search for any character string across all our online library (entire website).
All ICAR Publications