The remaining items in this section, Q30-40, were divided between non-belayed and belayed activity competencies. In the non-belayed area, the emphasis is on the facilitator's ability to determine between the need for spotting or a belay, and how that will be done safely. The belayed activities area asks if participants with disabilities are allowed to belay, and if belaying policies and procedures are applied to participants with disabilities. None of these items presented as being a significant weakness. The lowest-scoring item is in the belayed activities area: "Facilitators are able to assess participants with disabilities for individual belay technique adaptations on an activity-specific basis (Q36)." This again suggests that training about the needs and safety concerns of specific disabilities is an area for improvement.