Crowd Safety Weekly Bulletin

11

JUL, 2016

Safety
Event Mangement

Our Weekly Crowd Safety Bulletin

Managing crowds involves significant risk. The extent, severity and exposure to risk
will vary depending on: the circumstances crowd management find themselves in;
how well crowd safety staff have been prepared; and how effectively risks have
been controlled.

Common problems faced are:

  • Controlling the entry into the event
  • Monitoring and communicating with crowds
  • Influencing crowd behaviour
  • “First Response” first aid and critical care
  • Preparing for, coordinating and responding to emergencies including the possibility of emergency evacuation.

How prepared are you?

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