FIM Oceania is committed to caring for the environment. The adoption of the first FIM Environmental Code dates back to 1994.
FIM Oceania works closely with the support of FIM who has created its International Sustainability Commission (CID) to enforce this policy. This document, whose latest version was adopted at the end of 2009, is updated every year by the CID and is an essential tool for national affiliated federations and other organisers of FIM events.
This Code prescribes regulations and recommendations to improve the relationship between motorcycling and the environment and promotes sustainable events.
These regulations and recommendations refer in particular to:
1) Noise, fuel, protection of the ground and cleaning issues
2) Behaviour and activities of spectators, organisers, circuit/track managers, race participants and road users
3) Duties for CID Delegates and Environmental Stewards
The International Sustainability Commission (CID)
The CID Commission deals with all matters relating to environmental protection and shall establish close co-operation with sporting and extra-sporting Commissions as well as with the Panels. It shall advise the CID on all steps which it feels ought to be taken in this area.