Event Saftey – Learning From Experience
We’ve all been there! Breathing that sigh of satisfaction perhaps tinged with relief when your event is over and the public are safely on their way, no longer yours to worry about.
But what should we learn from that event? What did you plan for? Did the plan come together? What would you do differently next time?
Here is a model that I developed during my studies into Crowd Safety Management, pulling together what I found best practice from my experiences.
I hope you may find this useful.
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