Public Safety at Festivals and Mass Gatherings

Festivals and mass gatherings can vary in size from one venue to another, which is why the risks involved can also vary dramatically. Pre-planning for an event will significantly influence the way in which a major incident should be handled.

We have created this course to make sure you don’t miss anything vital from your contingency plan. The course explains how to produce a qualitative risk assessment of a site enabling you to evaluate safety features of an event proposal.

Course Details

Who should attend?

Those who plan for and manage safety at outdoor festivals and gatherings, or who represent organisations with a significant stakeholder input to the safety planning and management process.


Objectives:

By the end of this event you will be able to:

  • Outline the principle guidelines and regulations for safety and contingency planning for events
  • Produce a qualitative risk assessment of a site in order to determine its suitability for an event
  • Evaluate the safety features of an event proposal
  • Describe the key elements of a contingency plan for a proposed event
  • Explain the benefits of multi–agency co–operation in the planning of events
  • Identify good practice and lessons from events and incident case studies.

Pre-attendance requirements:

You should normally have attended the Introduction to Crowd and Event Safety Management course before attending this course but this requirement may be waived if you consider yourself to have relevant professional experience to progress directly to this course.


Progression:

Ref No. Start Date / Time End Date / Time Venue Cost (Ex VAT) Availability
2017/21/PC 24/05/2017 09:30 25/05/2017 17:00 The Hawkhills £835.00 Full Contact Us
2017/41/PC 11/10/2017 09:30 12/10/2017 17:00 The Hawkhills £835.00 8 Book Online
2017/50/PA 11/12/2017 09:30 12/12/2017 17:00 The Hawkhills £835.00 9 Book Online